Clarissa Bancroft. Patio & Pergola. March 30th , 2017.
3. Safety First - Be sure the gas patio heater you choose is carefully engineered for safety. Industry-approved designs feature safety tilt switches, sealed burners, flame controls, electronic ignitions and emergency cut-off valves. No sense in looking good if you aren't safe.
Patio heaters also come in a black powder coated steel finish, stainless steel finish and bronze finish. They provide warmth with elegance and style in mind. Form and function in perfect harmony.
You've got about 1,000 decisions to make regarding the design of your patio or deck. So take your time during the planning phase and get it right. You'll know when that is - you'll feel it, and you'll be smiling a lot. But don't just go for the obvious square or rectangle because it's easy. People spend a lot of time sitting on their decks, so they should feel good about what they built.
Here's what to think about: overall size of the yard; how do you use the yard; contour of the landscape; what functions need to be accommodated on the deck or patio; will you hang out just with the family, or will you entertain often; which other backyard features will be integrated into the immediate area (i.e. awnings, hot tubs, pools, backyard kitchens, plants, seating, railings, etc.). Of course, your budget has something to do with your choices.
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