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A homeowner's guide to a year-round deck

2:32 PM, Sep. 18, 2013
If a large outdoor fireplace is not for you, but you want to enjoy your deck on cool winter nights, consider the addition of a fire pit, fire bowl or even a chiminea.
If a large outdoor fireplace is not for you, but you want to enjoy your deck on cool winter nights, consider the addition of a fire pit, fire bowl or even a chiminea.
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The approach of cool weather might signal the end of barbecue season, but homeowners still can use their deck after the warm temperatures have passed.

"Although decks are generally a summer attraction, there are ways to make them accessible during the winter as well," says Stephen McNally, TAMKO Building Products Inc.'s vice president of sales and marketing.

There are many ways to make your deck functional and enjoyable during the winter, no matter where your home is located. ...

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