Preparing Your Outdoor Space For Warmer Weather
& COOKING ARTICLE
is over and warmer weather lies ahead for many of us. This
means baseball games, swimming pools and entertaining at home.
There are tasks that must be done in spring and summer to
make your home more comfortable and visually appealing.
Every homeowner has their own taste and preferences for upkeep,
but many responsibilities will be common among neighbors.
See what you need to do to prepare your outdoor space for
Lawn Care & Yardwork
The grass is the first object a visitor sees when approaching
your home, so of course you want
a healthy lawn to display. This means well-kept
green grass with no weeds. Take time to pick up twigs and
place your mulch. Trimming your trees is also recommended.
Moe, fertilize and water your yard to give it the best possible
chance for long-term health. It may feel like the yardwork
never ends, but this is what comes with home ownership.
Constant care and attention is key to a lawn that shines.
Place Patio Furniture
Getting your patio ready is the fun part. Its time
to take those cushions out of storage and do any
rearranging or purchasing of new items. Consider
if youll be entertaining a lot over the summer and
what pieces youll need to show people a good time.
Sweep the patio often and be sure to remove any weeds. If
you dont have any privacy installed, you should look
at the cost of installing a fence or installing extra bushes.
Its nice to have this feeling of seclusion at your
Plant your Garden
Warmer weather means its also time to prepare and
plant your garden. If youre new to gardening, dont
worry, there are plenty of online resources out there to
help get you started. For example, check
out Bingo Blooms to learn what flowers you should
plant in which month and how to care for the blooms. Youll
also want to be mindful where in your garden you plant each
flower so youre sure to see them thrive. You can even
become a planting master by playing Bingo Blooms in your
garden as you plan your masterpiece.
As the weather turns nice out, youll want to step
outside and see how your windows look. After a long winter
they will most likely be dirty and grimy. Take a tour of
your windows from inside your home too. You can hire a professional
or tackle the task on your own if you feel necessary. If
you do it yourself, then make sure you have the right equipment
and enough time to get through all of your windows. Youll
love the sparkle they give your home after the project is
Preparing your outdoor space for warmer weather isnt
easy, but its doable. It takes hard work and a positive
attitude to tackle all of the individual tasks. You wont
be disappointed when its all done. Enjoy the warm
weather and your labor from your beautiful outdoor patio
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