Monthly Archives: April 2020

Prepping Your Deck for Outdoor Entertaining

Prepping Your Deck for Outdoor Entertaining

Spring is here and summer is around the corner, which means now is the time to ensure your deck is in prime condition for entertaining. Read on as the roof repair  and deck experts at ABM Services & Renovations share some tips.

Creating Casual Leisure Space

You don’t need to spend a fortune to transform your deck into a casual, comfortable space for you and your family to relax and enjoy nature. Simply invest in a table and a few comfortable chairs, plus an umbrella for shade, and you’re well on your way.

Enclosing Your Deck

Having an enclosed deck means your guests don’t have to stand under the sun, so they won’t feel hot and humid. If you haven’t enclosed your deck yet, hire ABM Services & Renovations Inc to do the job. With our excellent deck and roofing services, we’ll make sure to enclose your deck according to your needs and preferences.

A Fire Pit 

A fire pit creates a central point for guests to gather. It can help create a vibrant atmosphere for hosting a few friends on a summer night. Fire pits are also great for cooler evenings when you want to spend time outdoors without catching a chill.

Eye-catching Furniture

Textured throw pillows and matching sofas and lounge chairs can take your deck design to the next level. These items can complement the more colorful side of your home’s design. Patterns and textures can help your deck “pop” and make the space feel more welcoming for your guests.

When you want reliable deck and roof replacement services, you need a reliable contractor. Call ABM Services & Renovations Inc at (770) 282-3700 for more information, or fill out our online request form. We serve Atlanta, McDonough and surrounding GA areas.

What a Roof Soffit Is and Why Your Home Needs It

What a Roof Soffit Is and Why Your Home Needs It

The term “soffit” is derived from the Latin word “suffixus,” which referred to something “fastened below.” Today, the word is mainly used as a roofing term. Just think of soffit as your roof’s underside that connects the overhang to the siding of your home. Continue Reading