First unpack your necessary items. You should have packed most of the things you need to get through the next few things together, and they should be the first things out of the truck, or should have come with you in the car. Get this done right away, so you can be comfortable the first night in your new home.
Reorganize your kitchen for the cooler months ahead. Clear the countertops and clean out those cabinets. Begin thinking Thanksgiving because before you know it, it will be here. Do you have all the baking supplies and utensils you will need for the holidays and do you have other supplies whose expiration dates have all but gone with the wind?
As if the rain isn’t enough, UV rays can cause fading. So, if your restaurant does not open until dinner, it doesn’t make sense to allow the full day of sun to beat down on the furniture, when it is not even being used. Plus, if you have a windy day or strong storms, gusts can blow debris around your patio, which can scratch your furniture. It can even blow chairs into one another, or on top of tables. When you shop for outdoor furniture covers that offer maximum protection, you are able to better extend the life and appearance of these pieces.
Teak wood is expensive because it is in high demand and it requires tedious processing. Teak trees are aged 30 to 50 years and then stripped of their bark for three years, as they die a lasting death. The trees are then, cut down. Then the wood is kiln dried for eight months until most of the moisture is gone. Once the wood is dry, the lumber is sliced.
If your furniture is going to be left out in the open, be sure you select Outdoor bean bags covers that are attractive. Anyone who’s had to stare at a bunch of blue tarps held down by bricks on an otherwise pristine snow covered day will understand the importance of getting covers that are nice to look at.
Perhaps you don’t have enough privacy in your backyard. No one wants to think that every neighbor can see his or her every move. It’s time to think about having a privacy fence put around your property which will shield you from prying eyes. If you already have a fence, but have a deck high off the back of your house you could think about other types of screening for your deck. Try using climbing vines and flowers on trellises. Use lattice work to build screens.
Consider your patio or porch an extension of your house. Just as you would decorate your living room, choose furniture and accessories that suit your style so you and your guests can enjoy outdoor living.