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Home Improvement – Wooden Garden Bridges for the Home
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There are homes which are very impressive not because of the size of the property but because of certain decorative elements that are present. While huge mansions have the resources and the manpower to make sure their homes look elegant and impressive, there are certain homes which are small in property size but create a great impact to those who see it. The reason why these humble homes remain to be impressive despite their size is the fact that their homeowners take the considerable effort to make a few structural additions that can change the dull and common to attractive and impressive.

One such example is the way garden bridges add a touch of style to a certain garden or an empty space, however, small it is. A wooden bridge is no longer simply used to bridge two gaps together. It can now be used not only to bridge gaps and spaces but also to add creativity and style to a space. For this reason, even a simple garden or a yard of a few square meters can be changed dramatically by adding a small wooden bridge. If in the old days, we use bridges to merely make ends meet literally, the decorative and functional bridges of today do so much more to the space.

If you have a koi or fish pond in your property, then a wooden bridge can also serve many purposes. For one thing, it can make your pond more accessible to you and your family. At the same time, a koi pond bridge can also provide that certain area of your home property an additional attitude when it comes to space and style. Most bridge makers of today create wooden or garden bridges for fish ponds with the thought that the wood used are not pressure treated so they are safe for any kind of fish pond. It is also important that your short or long span bridge is protected from decay and that it can age beautifully over time.

When you have a wooden bridge handcrafted for your home, make sure that the size, the style, the design, and the actual wood goes in harmony with the look you desire. To be on the safe side, it is best to take measurements before you place your order since accuracy also leads to how perfectly fit your bridge would be. Also, to create a beautiful finish and effect, you can choose the wonderful California redwood as your raw material since the red-brown color of the wood can blend it beautifully with any theme.

Aside from fish ponds, you can also artfully place a wooden bridge over a miniature flower garden or over a reflecting pool. Small bridges placed over these two create a very relaxing and therapeutic effect. With a crafted garden bridge near a small reflecting pool, an artificial waterfall or even over a garden pathway can also become a place to meditate and relax.

Using garden bridges in handcrafted wood not only provide a certain home exterior part full functionality of bridging gaps and spaces but it creatively beautifies the area.

To see all of the breath-taking bridges, go to It provides a variety of Garden Bridges, koi pond and Landscaping Bridges. To contact one of their customer service professionals or design consultants, or to have a bridge customized, call 559-325-2597 For more video information visit

Handcrafted Garden Bridges offers quality handcrafted garden bridges for Koi ponds, Japanese water gardens and landscaped yards. Their bridges use galvanized hardware and are made from quality Calif redwood . Joe Guraro, the craftsman-owner of this company, has been "building bridges" since 1998 and welcomes you to his website.

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