I think I read somewhere that you have propane. If you have a big underground tank, and have a problem with mosquitos or no seeum. Get a mosquito magnet. Each one is supposed to clear and acre, but in my house we believe in overkill. We have a 1/2 acre and two of them. They need power and a steady stream of propane. They are a huge pain if you have to replace the tanks but we have them both plumped to our underground tank and its wonderful. They pretty much handle about 95% of the bitting bugs, and here in south Florida we have a lot of those.Remind him he can set up sprinklers if he wants to. I do love his outfit. Those things are AWFUL and will eat you up if allowed on your skin!! OUCH!
Yep, you’re right. We plan to remove the porch railing after we get the deck in and add a step. Inside we plan to add insulation and dry wall. Next year!Pool house patio fence is right at eye level....can you lower it, or remove it completely? Where is the outdoor speakers for the party?
livinwell, if I may offer up a suggestion. Let them finish up all the construction, let the dust settle, then sit back and look around. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve purchased things that I thought would look/work good, only to think of something better.We’re still figuring out the open areas.
Also consider solo stove, breeo, or any of the other "smokeless" fire pits. They will still have smoke, but they have much better circulation and will burn a lot cleaner with less smoke and less ash.For the fire pit I would be a fire pit from Lowes that you can move if wanted. There are some VERY pretty ones!
Great suggestion. We get so caught up in wanting the end state, you are correct that it may turn out there an end to that is something different after time to reflect and apply use. Thank youlet the dust settle, then sit back and look around. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve purchased things that I thought would look/work good, only to think of something better.