Published at Saturday, October 06th, 2018 - 01:24:28 AM. Patio. By Alek.
Purchasing Comfortable Outdoor Patio Furniture Options - Planning Your Patio, Pool Or Deck Theme Spring is here and time to plan outdoor activities to suit all your special events. Three important factors to consider when shopping for outdoor patio furniture are: 1) Budget, shop for products that are in the price range you have decided on, shopping on line will give you a good idea quickly. 2) Style of furniture, shop for practical outdoor patio furniture that suits your entertaining requirements, determine if the furniture is designed for residential or commercial use. 3) Material options, what choice of materials is best suited for the climate where you live, research and determine how long the patio product of choice will last, many materials are available such as recycled plastic, resin, polywood, metal, wicker, cedar, pine and assorted hardwoods. More information on cost: There are so many patio furniture options to choose from, ranging from very cost effective furniture to very high end furniture packages. If you have a large outdoor patio area, consider purchasing in bulk, saving you money and getting a better deal. Many suppliers offer free shipping, check with your supplier and confirm if shipping is free, many suppliers offer this service as part of the purchase price. Online shopping is easy and cost effective, shop online for finding the best deals on the net. Planning your patio or deck outdoor area: Determine the size of the patio or deck area you plan to furnish, are you furnishing a small or large patio or deck area? If you entertain a lot, consider patio furniture that is durable and will hold up to high traffic usage. Make sure any patio chairs, patio sets, patio benches or outdoor furniture is comfortable and safe to use. Buying glass patio tables should be shatterproof and verified by the your supplier. Using common sense and researched product information will go a long way, giving you many years of outdoor furniture use. Do some research and create the theme of your dreams, key in patio and garden themes into a search engine, available are many practical patio, pool and garden theme ideas for you to use. More information on location: Where you live and what is the most practical choice for outdoor materials to choose. Choose material patio products that are designed and crafted to resist excessive sun, cold temperatures, and natural elements. Now available are plastic and resin furniture that is fade resistant and have built in UV protection for long lasting color life. Remember help is always available, just email your supplier for any questions you may have. Doing a little research will help you make good patio furniture choices, knowledge is a powerful tool when shopping for outdoor furniture.
Things to Consider When Installing a Patio When it comes to installing a patio, there is more to it than just blocking off a chunk of your yard and pouring down cement. These days there are many different styles, paving materials, uses, and sizes of patios. Before you start on your patio, you need to consider the shape and size of your property, how you intend to use your patio, and the style of your home and garden. From there you can determine Placement, Shape, Size, and Paving Materials for your patio. When deciding where to place your patio, it is very important to consider multiple aspects and ask yourself a few questions. What is the purpose for your patio? Do you intend to entertain large groups of people, or host intimate gatherings? Depending on the purpose of your patio, you then need to consider the proximity to your home. If you are installing a fireplace or fire pit, you need to make sure there is a good distance between your home and where the fire will be contained. You need to look at the available space in your yard. An over-sized patio will overtake a smaller yard. Another consideration is the amount of sun or shade you desire. If you plan to use your patio for sunbathing, you need to make sure it is in a sunny spot. Shapes of patios are: Square, Circular, or Free-form. Square patios are the most common and can blend well with formal or contemporary gardens. If you like to entertain a lot of people, a large square or rectangular patio is a great way to go. Circular patios can either be a full circle or a half circle. The full circle patio is generally independent of other hardscapes and usually feature a focal point. Half circle patios abut either a building, such as your home, or another hardscape form, like a garden wall. Circular patios blend well into landscapes since there are no hard edges that stand out. Free-form patios are asymmetrical, less predictable, and great for more informal gardens. Determining the size of your patio is very important. As stated above, a large patio can overwhelm a smaller yard, and vice versa. You can figure out how large your patio needs to be by deciding on how you intend to use it and how many people it should fit. Measure the size of your yard to see how much area you are working with, how much space you are willing to allot to your patio, etc. One good tip Ive come across, is to buy your patio furniture before you install your patio, arrange it where you expect your patio to be, and observe how the space is used, where people walk, etc. This will help you see just how much room is needed for walk space around the furniture, accessories, and more. Once you have the shape, size, and purpose of your patio planned out, you can then move on to selecting appropriate paving materials. Before you jump right in and order slate tiles to go next to your pool, you need to ask yourself the following ten questions: • What is my budget? • What is the area that I need to cover? • How safe is this material for my type of patio? • How durable is it? • What are my drainage needs? What types of materials support those needs? • How long does it take to install this material? • Is this something I could install myself? (good if you are doing a DIY project) • What type of texture do I want? Will people be sitting or standing on this surface? • How easily maintained is the material? • What is the appearance I am going for? Patios may seem like a simple task anyone can take on, but for a great patio that you are proud of and excited to show off, a little bit of time and thought needs to be put into the planning process.
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