Month: May 2016

Patio Kits

Are you keen to construct a patio in a sunny corner of your garden or located close to your home? Have you wandered through the garden centres and large DIY warehouses and wondered just where to start?  Well, you may want to consider buying a patio kit. Several of the big retailers and home improvement outlets are selling complete kits for building a single patio. There are a number of designs to choose from – circular, herringbone, octagonal or rectangular shaped paving slabs or pavers – with clear instructions of how to complete the design purchased. Like completing a jigsaw puzzle using muscles and strength! Patio kits come in different shades and colours and also different materials from sandstone and slate to paving slabs. Most companies offer home delivery so there is no need to ruin the suspension of your car in transporting paving stones from the garden centre to your home and, with a kit and a pattern to follow, you will find that this is a quick way to enhance the look of your garden and create the perfect patio, ready for the summer and barbecue season.

Renovate your house with pergola kits

Turn unattractive backyard into an elegant entertainment space by adding a pergola. This can be accomplished easily with pergolas kits that you can put together yourself with a little help from family and friends. Here are the types of kits that are on the market: Vinyl Pergolas Kits- Vinyl is a great choice for a pergola it’s easy to maintain and retains its beauty for many years to come. The vinyl pergola has the look of natural wood and is very easy to maintain by rinsing with a garden hose to loosen the dirt. Just with all kits this one comes in a variety of colors. Aluminium Pergola Kits- aluminium may not seem like the obvious choice for a pergola but they are made of heavy gauge aluminium and they have the look of a natural wood grain. You will also have a choice of colour as well as wood stain. Wood Pergola Kits- wood pergola come in cedar or pine and is one of the most common materials for building pergolas. These pergolas can be stained or painted or left natural to weather to a gray finish. The cedar and pine are both rot resistant and treated to be… Read more »