Now that spring in full bloom throughout Kansas City, homeowners across the metro are looking for ways to up their outdoor living game. Not only does a great outdoor living environment help to add functionality to your property, but it also adds immense curb appeal and resell value to your home. But what are the best projects to tackle this spring to improve your outdoor living?
Three ways to bring new life to your outdoor property this spring include:
Install a Deck
Whether your existing structure needs some TLC or you are looking to build a completely new structure, spring is the perfect time to install new decking. Decks open up new opportunities for your outdoor living and can be customized to fit your unique needs with railing, lighting, screens, and other accessories. Plus, when you opt for composite decking, your structure will remain beautiful and strong – with virtually no required maintenance – for years to come.
Incorporate an Arbor
We know just how brutal Kansas City summers can be, so before the heat sets in, install an arbor in your yard. This backyard essential offers shade without the feeling of total enclosure, allowing you to better enjoy time spent outside. Arbors can be made from your choice of wood, like cedar, and personalized to fit your home’s style with paint and hardware.
Build a Bench
Every outdoor living area needs a great place to relax, which is why building a bench is the perfect spring project. If made with treated lumber, a bench can withstand the test of the elements, and give you a new place to enjoy. Your bench can be placed anywhere throughout your property, whether near a flower garden, under a favorite tree, or even out front so you can chat with neighbors and tell kids to get off of your lawn.
Don’t spend this spring stuck inside of the house wishing you had a better outdoor living area. Instead, get started on your project today with the help of McCray Lumber and Millwork. Our experts can help you find the perfect project for your home, and provide you with the materials you need to make it happen.
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