Patio & Pergola. Monday , August 28th , 2017 - 11:59:32 AM
You've got about 1,000 decisions to make regarding the design of your patio or deck. So take your time during the planning phase and get it right. You'll know when that is - you'll feel it, and you'll be smiling a lot. But don't just go for the obvious square or rectangle because it's easy. People spend a lot of time sitting on their decks, so they should feel good about what they built.
Also, think about what sort of look you're trying to achieve on your patio. Do you want something stylish and elegant? Perhaps casual and simple? You might need to consider what color your patio furniture is, or the color of your house, so that your fire pit can blend in nicely. All of these factors are really a matter of preference, but you need to have some idea what you're looking for, or you'll never be able to choose.
You may find some patio heaters are just clunky - they look like aluminum foil over coat hanger wire - but if you shop around, you'll find useful and attractive patio heaters in every price range. Prices can range from less than 120 for small portable units to permanently installed natural gas units closer to the 300 range. Look for heater bases with wheels inside and poles with tables attached; you'll use both more than you might think.
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