Preparing Your Outdoor Kitchen and Living Space for the Upcoming Spring

Preparing Your Outdoor Kitchen and Living Space for the Upcoming Spring

It’s never too early to start making plans for your outdoor living space. One of the most interesting ways to do this is to upgrade your outdoor kitchen.

You may have heard the phrase “winter is coming.” Well, winter is here – but spring is also coming soon. It’s never too early to start making plans for your outdoor living space. One of the most interesting ways to do this is to upgrade your outdoor kitchen. Warmer weather can make it more tempting to spend more time on your deck so let’s talk about ways to get it ready for the spring – when hopefully larger gatherings will become a fun bonding experience again!

Clean Up Your Patio Furniture 

Your patio furniture will give you a nice place to lounge and relax. This past year, you probably did spend some time on your patio to get some fresh air and not feeling so trapped inside your home all season long. So, this means that you’ve got to spend some time cleaning up your patio furniture. Uncover all of it and get rid of accumulated dust. Then grab the hose to blast away any dirt or grit that you see. Look into installing a pergola over your patio and replace the throw pillows and living plants that you had there before. 

Focus on the Outdoor Kitchen 

The outdoor kitchen is probably going to be a gathering place for everyone you want to spend time with during the spring of 2021. With that in mind, do what you can to prepare all of the necessary elements that make a kitchen operate smoothly. In this case, the BBQ grill is going to need some love. The grill needs to be cleaned out – it might be a chore to do this every time you are done with it but it can help prevent the grill from becoming a fire hazard. Plus, the food you cook on it will taste much better! 

Sweep the Debris Off of the Pavers 

Dust and debris can ruin the looks of your once beautiful paver patio. Fierce winter storms can make this situation even worse. Be careful when shoveling away snow and scraping off the ice – you might damage the pavers by accident! Even so, this tedious task is necessary if you want to ensure that your outdoor living space is ready to go in time for March, April, and May. However, if you are not particularly excited about doing this, then you can wait until late February to begin taking care of it. 

Call Matthews Construction and Design

Are you ready to improve your Maryland landscape? The professionals at Matthews Construction and Design can help. For over four decades, Matthews Construction and Design has been transforming landscapes through stonework, concrete work, and other hardscape installations.

Whether you are ready to dive headfirst into your kitchen remodel or you still have a million questions, Matthews Construction and Design is here to help you. We can service all your remodeling needs. If you want to learn more, feel free to give us a call at 202-702-3553 or you can visit us online. For more tips, tricks, and to see what we have been working on, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Houzz.

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