Monday 28 May 2018

S'more please!

Who doesn't love roasting marshmallows on a cool summer night? Adding a fire pit to your backyard can add a fun and beautiful place for the whole family to gather around. Whether its to roast marshmallows for s'mores, a place to cook your next dutch oven master piece, or just a cozy place to gather around and share some laughs. A fire pit doesn't have to break the bank or even be huge under taking. There are tons of great ideas online to build the perfect fire pit that will fit your budget and your needs.

A good place to start to find the right place, I like to put it somewhere that my kids don't play often so there isn't a risk of them getting hurt. Also, if I can find the right place that wont require moving sprinklers or rearranging that's ideal. The two main styles of fire pits is above ground and and below ground. Each have their own pros and cons, its up to you to decide which fits your needs. If a permanent structure isn't something you are ready to commit to there are some really cool portable designs that are both super cheap and very easy to make. I hope you enjoy making your next backyard project!

Wednesday 2 May 2018

Make yard cleanup less stressful

This is the time of year we get outside and start cleaning up our yards from the winter. Spring is also the best time to prune bushes, plants, and trees. Starting a new project can leave you with a lot of yard waste like dirt and rock. Yard waste can be really heavy and most trucks cannot safely haul heavy loads. The bins are designed with front opening doors to make it easy to load.  Give us a call and we can help you decide which bin is best for your wallet and project.