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Straighten That Slope

Blog Cabin 2012 Terraced Landscape

Our forefathers were so clever. Who knew they constructed homes on bluffs to take advantage of more than pretty views? Read the latest Remodeling of Blog Cabin 2012 article on HGTVRemodels.com to find out why our adorable high-posted cape and other homes of its era were built on hills and how today’s homeowners can mitigate resulting backyard slopes.

  • Posted at 4:54 pm on September 9, 2012
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151 Comments

  1. New post…Bloggers!!!

    Jennie/Florida on September 26, 2012 at 1:13 pm
  2. New Thread!!! OOPS

    Jennie/Florida on October 2, 2012 at 6:41 pm
  3. That will look great once it is done. Looks like a lot of hard graft however.

    Alastair on October 23, 2012 at 4:28 pm
  4. hello,my friend,how are you

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    johan smith on February 11, 2013 at 1:51 pm
  6. Well nice post you have shared keep it up.

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  7. Having read this I believed it was extremely informative. I appreciate you spending some time and effort to put this content together. The idea for build on a slope had a lot to do with drainage away from the house and having the snow and ice roll away from the house also. The site also allowed for cooler breezes in the summer heat and a better view of who was coming up the road or trail. More advantages to this even today. I still think the garden isn't complete without some tulips and hyacinths.

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