If you’re considering selling your home, you’ve probably already started a list of all of the things that need attention. Keep in mind that first impressions matter. When attracting potential homebuyers, improving the curb appeal of your home is a valuable investment. Parr Lumber can help. Here are four tips.
The holiday season is fast-approaching. Whether you’re a contractor rushing to finish a remodeling job before the holidays, or trying to find the perfect gift for the do-it-yourself enthusiast in your life, Parr Lumber has a vast selection of tools to match what you need and keep to your budget.
As temperatures drop and homeowners feel the effects of winter, it’s common to hear complaints about cold houses, seemingly constant drafts, and dramatic increases in heating bills. The solution to these issues might be behind the sheetrock of your home. Comfort and energy savings in many homes (especially older homes) can be improved by checking the air flow around windows and doors and properly maintaining or adding high quality insulation.
Have you browsed our website lately? Our ‘For Homeowners’ page provides a variety of resources to help with your home improvement projects. From DIY articles and videos to requesting a quick quote, we are here to assist.
Today we take a deeper look into the benefits of insulation. Check out our latest infographics below.
Check out these deck winterizing tips from Parr Lumber decking experts.
Winter is about a month away, but that doesn’t mean it’s too late to take care of your home maintenance and winterization tasks for the Fall. Check out our Procrastinator’s Guide on Fall Prep Infographic below.
Thinking about building a deck this year? If you are, then you’ll want to attend our Deck Expo at Raleigh Hills (May 2), West Linn (May 2), Bend (May 9) and Vancouver (May 9). Lunch is on us and there will be prizes, specials, and how-to clinics.
Check out this awesome coffee table. It features nine puzzle pieces that can be taken apart and used as individual tables. Neat, right? Continue reading to find out how you can make this puzzle table.
If you have a log or two lying around, here’s a project idea for you: build a lounge chair out of logs. For this project you will need a saw for cutting the log and a drill for attaching the logs together. In addition, you will need 1/4″ x 6″ lag screws, 1/4″ x 9″ lag screws, and some metal brackets to strengthen the floppy parts of the chair. Note: the hardware should be galvanized so they don’t rust in the rain.