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Garden Room from a Garage

This garage is being changed to a garden room. Shown here is a picture of the original garage door, followed by what it looks like completed.

Garden Room - before picture

Garden Room complete - closed

Garden Room complete - open

Copper Fountain

This is a copper water wall I built, measuring 3ft wide by 5ft high.  I also added the landscaping. This set up is great for small kids because there isn't a pond to fall into.

Copper Waterwall and Landscaping

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Landscaping and Vinyl Railing

These are pictures of a landscape wall, vinyl railing and shrubs suited for this shady area of the house. Premier Handyman completed all three projects.  There used to be an old metal railing and wood pillars with some old evergreens.  What a great improvement.

Before Pic - Old railing

After Pic - New railing

Spring Basketball Hoop Installation Special

Spring Basketball Hoop Installation Special

Includes cement footing per manufacturer specs, assembly and installation. Just have the hoop delivered to your home, and we will take care of the rest.

$375, normally $450.
Contact us at (319) 560-6635
Expires 6/15/2016

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8 Spring Maintenance Tips

  • Clean gutters and downspouts to keep debris from accumulating.
  • Find low areas in the yard or next to the foundation. These areas should be filled with soil since spring rains can cause yard flooding, which can lead to foundation flooding and damage. Also, when water pools in these low areas in summer, it creates a breeding ground for insects.
  • Check for damage to your roof.
  • Repair cracked, broken or uneven driveways and walkways to provide a level walking surface.
  • Probe the wood trim around windows, doors, railings and decks. Make repairs now before the spring rains do more damage to the exposed wood.
  • Check outside hose faucets for freeze damage. Turn the water on and place your thumb or finger over the opening. If you can stop the flow of water, it is likely the pipe inside the home is damaged and will need to be replaced. While you're at it, check the garden hose for dry rot.
  • Clean the clothes dryer exhaust duct and space under the dryer. Remove all lint, dust, and pieces of material.
  • Have your air-conditioning system inspected by a professional as recommended by the manufacturer.
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