Top 4 Tips for Keeping Your Outdoor Entertaining Areas Toasty This Winter
Weather is all too often unpredictable. You just never know when a chilly cold front will roll in. We can often find ourselves unprepared for the winter months because the cold weather seems to creep up on us all so suddenly. Fortunately for you, we have some trendy ideas to keep you warm while relaxing on your alfresco dining area or while entertaining guests on a weekend.
Outdoor Gas Heaters
One of the most effective ways to stay comfortable and warm in that patio at home is with an outdoor gas heater. Most of which are portable and extremely easy to use once you have a gas bottle connected. They are superb at keeping a smaller area warm during the cooler months, especially when. They will be here before you know it!
Electric Patio Heaters
Have you heard of Heatstrips? According to their website, they are a range of stylish, premium high-intensity electric panel heaters. The slimline heating strops are off-white in color to match the off-white colors of walls or ceilings that is mounted to. Heatstrips are cost-effective solutions for eating any open indoor area or outdoor entertaining area, whether it be your home or a café you own. They seem perfect for installing in patios, BBQ areas, verandas, courtyards and alfresco dining areas if the area is protected and undercover. They must be hard-wired in, so placement is key!
Outdoor Fire Pits & Fireplaces
The romance of an open fire does wonders for entertaining guests. They just seem to create the perfect ambience and atmosphere for social interactions and allowing conversations to flow.
When thinking about purchasing a fire pit you need to consider design, shape and size. They need to be places on a flat, even and non-combustible surface such as patio pavers or tiles and a reasonable distance away from the home or any combustible materials. With a range of styles, you really do need to choose a fire pit which suits the area it is warming up. Fire pits are generally freestanding while fireplaces are mostly built-in both come in a variety of designs to suit outdoor spaces, including table-top and ground-based options for your home.
If you have an area suitable to host a fire pit or fireplace, it can be the most affordable option to get started. Of course, you need to purchase the proper fuel and you’ll need to store this wood in a dry, protected place out of the weather.
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