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As summer starts to get under way, you might notice us talking about BBQs a fair bit in this blog. There are a couple of reasons for this. Firstly, well, who doesn’t like a BBQ? And secondly, we like to tell you, the people who visit this site, about the potential uses for pattern imprinted concrete other than driveways. (Though we do mention them quite a bit as well).
As the weather gets hotter, and as people spend more time outdoors, enjoying barbies, parties, and other forms of fun, they start to notice potential areas for improvement around their homes. It could be something like getting a sticking garage door fixed, or perhaps planning a pond.
When it comes to areas of surfacing such as patios, pattern imprinted concrete is definitely the way to go. An area of pattern imprinted concrete will be as long lasting as it is attractive, and with skilled contractors like us, you know you’re getting the best service available. In back gardens, which are more likely to get used for socialising and relaxation than front gardens, a well placed section of hard surfacing can work wonders.
As well as breaking up your garden – and reducing the amount of high-maintenance gardening there is to do – pattern imprinted concrete provides an excellent surface for common pieces of garden furniture. Like, for example BBQs! Not to mention chairs and tables.
Some precautions: it’s not a good idea to leave rusting metal in contact with your concrete, as it can cause damage to the finish. Mind you, it’s not a good idea to let your BBQ rust either.
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16th July 2010