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Plan Space Accordingly For Your Fire Pit
Fire pits are a fun way to enhance your patio and give a warm place to enjoy the outdoors in the evening, but it requires some careful planning. Be aware that fire pits have to be at least ten feet away from your home, and more space than that is ideal to be safest. They can’t be under anything or be too close to trees, the deck, or anything else that could potentially be a fire hazard. Safety should always come first overall!
Ensure You Have Proper Lighting For Your Patio
It may seem like a no brainer, but this step is easy to forget about while setting up your patio, outdoor kitchen, or otherwise, and it’s a big deal! If you’re looking to spend some pleasant evenings outside on your new addition, you’ll want to be able to see easily as you do. Look into what type of lighting would best suit what you have in mind, and types of fixtures that can reside outdoors and withstand the elements. It'll make things safer!
Keep A Few Extra Paver Stones In The Garage
Getting a couple of the paver stones used to make your driveway, walkway, patio, or other outdoor feature can assist you in the future. You’ll be able to compare them to the stones used later on to determine if they’ve become faded and could use replacing, have an example of the stones that were used so you can get matching ones if necessary, and also have some replacements on hand if one stone becomes broken over time for a quick, easy fix.