Patio furniture is part of the rapidly growing “outdoor living” phenomenon. But, what is outdoor living? It no longer refers to a picnic table and a hibachi. Now it means bring all the comforts of indoor living to the outdoors. HPBA (Hearth, Patio and Barbecue Association) Homeowners are dreaming of spring and looking ahead to making their outdoor spaces even more relaxing and enjoyable.
A sunroom addition can be one of the best things you can do for your home and your family. Most owner’s say that their sunroom is the most used and enjoyed area of their home. A commonly heard statement is “I wish we would have done it sooner”.
Outdoor kitchen projects have exploded along with the entire outdoor leisure lifestyle industry. This growth in popularity might suggest that the North American trend of eating out less and entertaining at home more has evolved into… eating out at home. Outdoor kitchens are no longer just a place to barbecue, they have become gathering areas.
The front door and overall approach to your home offers a glimpse about the style and personality of the people found within. What is your home saying?
Take advantage of the moderate spring temperatures to get a head start on what should be part of your annual spring home maintenance routine.
Whatever the weather in your area you can get started on spring weekend backyard projects to get a jump on deck season this weekend.