With summer just around the corner, you need to ask yourself just one question: is my backyard ready for what is to come? If not, you have come to the right place. We have several tips and tricks to ensure that your backyard is ready for the summer and all the fun that comes with it.
With that, here are some tips that you can utilize to properly prepare your backyard for hosting or just sitting back and relaxing with your family.
Pressure Wash Your Deck
Pressure washing your patio or deck drastically alters the appearance of your backyard. We recommend that you refinish and reseal your deck after pressure washing. It is also recommended that you seal wood decks every other year to prolong the life of the deck and prevent water and weather damage.
Thing About Upgrades
Be it with new patio furniture, new lighting, better fencing, play areas, and more, you should consider updating your backyard to freshen it up. One of the many reasons why people allow their backyards to get into disrepair is that they have no vested interest in them anymore. Don’t fall down that trap. Take the time to liven up your backyard so that it is fresh and new.
There are few things more relaxing than sitting under a string of outdoor bulb lights. You can save money by purchasing outdoor solar lights, which are easy to install and use.
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Update and Clean
Clean and wipe down all of your patio furniture. Be sure to also check the cushion covers for holes and clean your outdoor rugs. You can easily clean your rugs with a pressure washer or a steam mop and all-purpose cleaner. Additionally, we encourage you to clean your windows and screens. You can easily clean screens by removing them, running over them with a handheld vacuum, and sponge with an all-purpose cleaner. Once that is done, rinse them off before the soap begins to dry. Dry and reinstall. You should generally clean your windows and screens once or twice a year.
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