Outdoor ovens are most commonly associated with cooking pizza. However, outdoor ovens can actually cook a wide range of foods. For five things to cook in your outdoor pizza oven that’s not pizza, keep reading.
Spring is the perfect time to declutter and start fresh by taking on tasks like organizing the garage, cleaning out closets and scrubbing baseboards. However, while embarking on such spring cleaning tasks, it’s also important to compile checklists for any home maintenance tasks that need to be addressed.
Our experts here at Long Island Poolscapes are often asked what it is that a Poolscape entails and how it’s different than any standard pool installation. And before going any further, let us tell you, we never get tired of hearing that question. That is because it gives us the opportunity to explain to our friends and neighbors exactly how much more exciting and rewarding their experience can be with one of these modern-day, backyard luxuries.
If you have a pool in your backyard, but still haven built a patio to accompany it, we have to tell you that there really is no better time than right now. With pool and BBQ season right around the corner, this is the kind of streamlined and straightforward project that you could have done before you even have to start worrying about which bathing suit to wear.
This is the time of year where homeowners who have been kicking around the idea of making some changes to their home or property tend to usually get more serious about moving from the thinking and discussing to the doing stages. This is especially true as the outside decorations come down and they are back to looking at the same old view and scenery.
Is your New Year’s Resolution to renovate your outdoor living space? If so, there are several things you should consider during the planning process. For helpful tips for your outdoor renovation, read on.
No matter your particular situation, winter is coming. The traditional response to the cold months is to retreat indoors and wait it out, but that option prevents you from enjoying your outdoor space for a quarter of the year or more. For those that have invested heavily in a backyard refuge, that can feel rather limiting.
When you own a home or property, its outer appearance and maintenance are critical to not only maintaining its value but its visual appeal and even functionality as well. Hardscaping goes far beyond the limits of your typical landscaping service (although the great folks at Long Island Poolscapes do both and a whole lot more).
Most days end in a kitchen. Whether it was a long day of work or even a long day of play, preparing food and sitting down for an evening meal closes it out. While most people are quite comfortable with the kitchen they have, a monotonous routine can develop and the daily grind in the kitchen can become unbearable.
When you set out to perfect your outdoor space, there are only two schools of styling you need to know: landscaping and hardscaping. The first is how you choose to beautify and utilize the natural elements of the outdoor areas of your home. The second is how you add and install more permanent fixtures to that same space. One way isn’t inherently better than the other, and in fact, we’d recommend using them together. Here are a few techniques you can use from either or both schools to spruce things up outside the home.