The fall is a much celebrated time of the year. It dramatically alters our landscape with those fantastic autumn colors. Both Halloween and Thanksgiving occur during its watch. The nights start to grow longer and the temperatures start to dip. In places with hotter climates such as our home base Arizona, it’s a time when we start to use our outdoor areas more. Below you will find some essential items that will help you have an enjoyable and unforgettable fall.
New Year’s Eve is that special time of the year where you reflect upon the year that was. Depending on how you think your year went it’s either a cause of celebration or a cold reality check. We hope that you’re planning on celebrating your many accomplishments and that we have somehow played a part in it. For those that feel their life is need of some change, finding direction can be a challenge. If the improvement lies within unfortunately I fear this piece will not be of much use to you. If the improvement involves your backyard and outdoor areas, then you have definitely come to the right place. Below you will find some ideas on how to improve your yard this year with links to articles we previously wrote with much more detail.
The cold winter can be a cruel and intimidating foe. It can drive you from your outdoor spaces and trap you in your house. There it dooms you to peer through your windows at your deserted patio that longs for companionship. Out in the cold your furniture sits (hopefully protected with a furniture cover) reminiscing of the good days when you would gleefully swivel in the chairs, eagerly read countless books on the chaise lounge and happily entertain friends on your lovely bar height furniture set. It is safe to say that the winter and your patio are natural enemies. In this aged old battle, Today’s Patio has not remained neutral and has been an active advocate of your patio. We are here to tell you that the winter does not have to control your life and that you can enjoy your beautiful outdoor spaces year-round. Here’s how:
Here at Today's Patio we understand better than most that a beautiful and functional backyard is something that should be truly appreciated. Like most works of art it takes countless hours of thought and effort to craft a masterpiece. On the other hand it is much easier to create a disastrous backyard so hideous that you have to blackmail loved ones to come over for free barbecue and cocktails. If you are a proud and flamboyant recluse (if ever there was such a thing) and you want to do away with the threat of having company over, a horrible backyard can be attained by abiding by these 5 easy-to-follow steps to create an inhabitable wasteland.