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Posted on 4:10pm Wednesday 9th Jun 2010
Now that we're coming into the summer, it's time to start thinking about your garden again. Weeding the garden, throwing away all the dead plants, your mind always begins to whirr over further improvements.
A timeless option that will help maintain a stunning garden year upon year, is an outdoor garden fire.
It can to begin with be a little intimidating choosing an outdoor fire, so in this article; I will list the options open to you and their inherent strengths and weaknesses.
Posted on 12:04pm Wednesday 5th May 2010
These few points are given so that you may know what to expect during the installation process.
It is building work that may be structural so light, electricity, water and often a mains gas supply will be required. It is important that you have checked the fireplace and it is on site before the installation date as most installers like an early start in the morning. It will be necessary to bring quite a lot of equipment and materials to your home so if there are difficulties with parking it is very helpful to know beforehand. In many circumstances the fireplace is installed in one day, if it is likely to have to go beyond that time then this is usually discussed before work starts. There are occasions however when unforeseen problems occur but having the chimney swept and getting a certificate of competence beforehand is essential and helps eliminate these.
Posted on 12:03pm Wednesday 5th May 2010
Follow manufacturer's instructions given with each product; the following is general advice.
Wood mantelpiecesDifferent manufacturer’s use different finishing methods.