Patio & Pergola. Friday , April 21st , 2017 - 08:59:32 AM
I think patios are a better choice than decks. Patios last longer, require less maintenance, and allow greater design options than decks. Concrete is the most common material used for patios. Probably because it's relatively inexpensive, and builders use it extensively (because they won't be living in the house themselves).
A properly outfitted patio can be an amazing addition to any home. Along with patio furniture and a grill, you will want to purchase a metal fire pit in order to get the most from your deck. Imagine, you and your family basking in the warm glow of an open flame! They come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and are relatively cheap compared to other outdoor home enhancements such as patio tables and chairs. You can even fuel your fires with extra wood from your property, its a self-sufficient activity.
For that professional Patio Cover you would need appropriate tools; you can order a complete tool kit or purchase one. The tools required would be a 3/8" drill bit, hack saw or electric jig saw with fine-toothed blade for metal, a caulking gun, measuring tape, screwdriver, hammer, metal snips, socket and shank, crescent wrench, level, carpenter's square, ladders, heavy duty pencils, masonry and nuts and bolts. If the patio is attached to the house then the existing support system will help cover to fit easily. For a free-standing patio the cover will have to be fitted on all four sides, depending on shape. The building instructions will guide you step by step.How To Design And Build Your Own Pergola
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