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Posted by: chenchen12495 (---.182.171.61.broad.xw.sh.dynamic.163data.com.cn)
Date: November 21, 2019 11:40PM

Solid structures can give a garden sense of both permanence and practicality. Whether you are going to choose a deck or patio, it will depend on your site and your style. Choosing a deck will be perfect if your yard is sloped or it has poor drainage because a deck can provide a solid, level surface above the uneven or soggy soil. In contrast, a patio needs a level site for the stone, cement, or similar pavers. By following some easy tips below, you will get guidelines to design a deck or patio.
Firstly, you need to consider the climate and how it can affect your use of the outdoors. Besides, you should consider about what seasons that you so and do not spend your time outside. Moreover, you also need to consider whether you will need a space which is useful for all seasons or only for summer. After that, try to think about the way for improving the conditions for that key season where you live.
Secondly, you need to review the advantages and the disadvantages of placing the deck or patio in one area or another. You need to consider whether your deck or patio can capitalize on the beautiful view. If it is possible, you can design the structure in order to take advantage of mature plantings, sunny southern exposure, or any other standout elements like an attractive tree.
Thirdly, if you are going to design a deck or patio, you need to take into account on the shape and the size of your house and how it can relate to the shape and the size of your deck or patio. You can place a deck or patio at the rear, side, or the entry of your house. The possibilities can include a total wraparound deck, interior courtyard, or even rooftop crow's nest.
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