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Outdoor Living Projects for Fall

September 5, 2017

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Did you know that fall and winter seasons are a good time to initiate your outdoor living projects?

Naturally, many people think of building outdoor projects in the late spring and summer when the weather is nice and they want to get outside. Sometimes it can be challenging to get a good contractor during this time.

If you missed your opportunity this summer, don’t despair. Right now is a great time to hire Custom Fence and Masonry to get things in place for next year. Projects like outdoor kitchens, decks, covered areas, fireplaces and fire pits are not weather sensitive. Like many wood and masonry projects, they can be completed in any season, and if you begin now, you will have the time to improve and enjoy your living space. Call for a free consultation!

Our Redmond client Doug Myers couldn’t be happier with his outdoor “Man Cave” (pictured above) constructed by Custom Fence and Masonry. The covered patio is outfitted for year-round use and will likely be the popular place for many future gatherings of friends and family.

Featuring a sandblasted, colored concrete patio and benches, the space has an outdoor kitchen with barbeque, smoker, refrigerator and a sink with hot and cold running water. When the weather turns cooler, the gas fireplace and fire pit will supplement infrared heaters. A 74-inch wide screen TV and water feature with flame round out the impressive outdoor living area.

If you’ve been thinking about expanding your outdoor living space, we have a gallery full of ideas for you. Visit CustomFenceandMasonry.com and then contact us to let us know how we can help you build your dream.

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