Don’t let falling temperatures prevent them from enjoying their outdoor spaces.
By Stacey Freed, Propane.com
Cooler weather is the true test for outdoor living spaces. After all, a patio fire pit can be a cozy place to gather on a late fall or winter evening, and many people want to use their grill year-round.
With the lines between indoor and outdoor living areas blurring, more construction professionals are incorporating exterior heating elements to stave off the chill in style. In fact, fire pits and fireplaces were rated as the most popular outdoor design feature of 2018, according to the American Society of Landscape Architect’s annual residential design trends survey.
Here are a few ways to help them get the most out of those spaces when the temperatures drop.