with every outdoor living product, winter storage requirements is always in question. shadefx uses only the highest-grade materials which make our pergola canopies virtually maintenance free. for the winter months, some of our customers go beyond removing and placing it into storage.
this is a psa for those of you who live in cooler climes…like we do here in the northeast…and wish to “shrink-wrap” your screened-in porch before the winter hits. this most definitely will not be helpful for those of you in the buffalo ny area-it’s a pergola above garage door info:05 wrapping it up! country design home
relive the 2018-19 ringgold rams basketball season. maxpreps has their 25 game schedule and results, including links to box scores, standings, stats and video highlights.
your pergola may be your go-to hangout spot in the summer, but chances are that it won’t get much use come the winter months. after all, ma, nh, and other new england states usually get a fair amount of snow that will render the area unusable. however, if you want your pergola to be ready to go come spring, it’s important to maintain it properly during the winter.
before the short, cold, wet days of winter arrive, be sure to give your porch or deck a little winterizing attention. with a few preventative measures, your patio will be ready to greet the spring sunshine undamaged from the seasonal assault. here are some steps you can take to winterize your deck
an outdoor fireplace or fire pit is a popular way to winterize an outdoor structure such as a pergola. cold weather can be very hard on your pergola and deck, so making sure that you take steps to protect them from the elements is very important, even in atlanta. winterizing makes it easier to prepare your outdoor space for use in the warmer
txdot gearing up for winter weather, the pool has been removed; in its place sit a pergola, adaptable playground and a trike track. there are also new ramps, parking spaces and a new gate.
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we called it a baseball squash in our neck of brooklyn (bensonhurst). my mother's means of cooking it was a simple steam with some fresh herbs and a touch of homemade tomato sauce as a finish. we grew them alongside the grapevines on the pergola in the backyard (god's little 1/8 of an acre).