Patio heaters offer a broad range of benefits, both to individual home owners as well as commercial businesses, such as restaurants. Recently, we shared some of these benefits, as well as some tips for choosing the right unit for your needs. If you’re still in the process of considering a purchase of a new patio heater for your home or business, here are some additional FAQs to help you m
If you’re lucky enough to have a deck, patio or outdoor gazebo, you know that this time of year it’s important to take the appropriate steps to prepare and protect it for winter. You want to extend its life for as long as possible so you can enjoy it for many more springs and summers to come. Here are a few helpful tips to add to your winter to-do list. Clean it up. Start by sweeping to remove all excess dirt and debris that may have gathered over the course of the year. Anything left behind – especially moss or fungus - could begin to stain or even cause structural damage. Remove and store furniture. If you have a place indoors to store your patio furniture, like a garage, that’s always your best bet. If not, move the furniture to a safe area where it can be stacked and stored, and then co
It’s that time again, when the cold weather is making its way to most areas of the country and even the globe. This year, some places that normally experience relatively mild temperatures or warmer weather are also feeling the brunt of the winter air. If you’re in one of these locations and you have a misting system installed in your outdoor space, it’s time to think about putting it away for the season. Here are a few helpful tips for winterizing your misting system so it’ll still be in tip-top shape when it comes time to use it again.
Unplug unit. The first step in preparing your misting system for winter is unplugging it from any power source (if applicable). Store the cord safely by either removin