Welcome back to our blog here at Colorado Deck Drain Experts. This is part two of our blog series about preparing your backyard for summer. Since summer is just a few days away, you don’t have much time to catch up on preparing your deck and lawn, so follow a few of these tips to keep you in line.
If you’re considering installing a deck drain system on your upper deck this summer, look no further than Colorado Deck Drain Experts. We want you to be able to make the most of your deck this summer so give us a call for a free consultation.
Grow Deck-Worthy Plants
For many Colorado homeowners, their decks and patios are a way to show off all the beautiful flowers they’re growing. The end of spring is the perfect time to start picking out your flower pots and growing because before you know it, it will be summer and you’ll be trying to compete with your neighbors for who can have the nicest looking patio or deck.
Balance is really important when it comes to flowers on your patio. You want to have a good selection of flower types and colors. You also don’t want to overdo it. Flowers are beautiful, but if your guests are choking because your deck is so overcrowded with flowers, you might want to remove some.
We feel like a broken record repeating this in so many of our blogs. But honestly, you won’t know how great it is to have lighting on your deck and yard until you take a chance and give it a try for yourself. It may seem like a simple addition, but it really is a lot more than that. Lighting around your deck or on your pergola can really spruce up your deck and give it a nice nighttime vibe. You can have lighting installed on your stairs in order to improve safety and throughout your lawn to make it usable during a nice summertime backyard party.
On top of all of this, lighting is a relatively cheap way to make your deck and yard look nice. Most lighting fixtures can be bought for several dollars a piece. Whereas more fancy ones can go upwards of 100 dollars. It’s really up to you how much you invest in it. If you’re concerned about cost, make sure you budget your project beforehand.
When it comes to installing deck drains for your Colorado home, it’s better late than never. Although we’ve already seen some precipitation this year, that doesn’t mean it’s too late to install a new deck drain system. The great part is we here at Colorado Deck Drain Experts want to make this process as easy as possible for you. Just give us a call and we’ll determine which system would work best on your home and for your needs.