Summer is officially here, and it is finally feeling that way in New England. So, with the warm weather and longer daylight hours, it’s the perfect time to make some outdoor home improvements! In fact, Zillow reports that the 60% of homeowners who plan to make home improvements this season mostly intend to do outdoor projects.
This is obviously an idea that we’re on board with. There is no limit to what you can do with your outdoor space, and we encourage you to explore your options. Projects can be as small as reorganizing your shed or as big as totally redoing your whole backyard. Need a place to start (that won’t involve too much work on your end)?
- Entertain in style and invest in a gazebo: with various sizes and styles, you’re bound to find one that suits your space (and budget!). Gazebos are great for outdoor shade in the summer, and even better for hosting cookouts. Already have one? If it’s wood, take this time to seal it with a clear water sealer or stain to keep it looking its best.
Win Parent of the Year and build a custom playhouse: your kids are bound to be in awe – their imaginations can run wild with all of the different ways they can put it to use, and it is a great addition to your backyard.
Invest in something now that will have you enjoying the outdoors beyond the summer months: our leisure building, wrapped with oversized windows, lets you enjoy the outdoors from the inside.
Design a shed, your way: our Shed Builder let’s you put together the perfect shed for all of your outdoor needs. You choose the style, size, finish, doors, windows, features – you name it. This way, you’re guaranteed to end up with the perfect structure to house all of the tools you’ll need for your other home improvement projects!
You’d be amazed at the ways people can make the most of their outdoor space. From structures like the ones mentioned above, to gardening and landscaping methods – there is plenty of (fun!) work to do in your own backyard this season. And the results are yours to enjoy day after day!
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