Patio. Wednesday , November 08th , 2017 - 09:08:47 AM
Perhaps the concrete is basically sound, but has a few hairline cracks. In that case you can lay porcelain or stone tiles over the top, to give an elegant finish to your patio. It's a good idea to use tiles with a textured finish, to reduce the risk of slipping when the tiles are wet. You can use other materials such as sandstone, limestone, granite or slate, as long as they are properly sealed. If you often have freezing conditions over winter, then ensure the tiles don't absorb high levels of water, or they might crack. Be aware, too, that existing cracks in the concrete may expand and cause the tiles on top to crack as well.
Installing a fire pit is incredibly easy. You will receive an instruction manual to guide you through the process. Most can be assembled using simple tools found in most homes. The average assembly time is just a few minutes. Compare that to a complicated furniture set which can take hours to build! Don't sweat the small stuff either, these packages come with all the necessary bolts and screws.
Vinyl is the ideal choice if you are looking for a maintenance-free material that will not require staining or painting. Vinyl also last longer than wood and is resistant to decay and rot. Choose the UV resistant vinyl that will not discolor or fade after sun exposure if you are going with this option.
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