Chester County Backyards

April 20, 2017
Awnings, patios, bar and grill make a perfect setting for a pool party in Chester County, PA

A year round stationary awning on the lower patio and a retractable awning on the veranda for plenty of cool space.

It’s no secret that residents of Chester County know how to have a good time in their backyards, especially now that we’re entering the warmer months. Cookouts, pool parties, and summer holiday celebrations are right around the corner. Our swimming pool builders use their experience, creativity and design skills to make your backyard suit your lifestyle and budget.

At Milanese Remodeling, we love creating features that make the time you spend in your backyard more enjoyable. Creating your ideal exterior is a multi-layered process that begins with a deck or patio that attaches to your home. Next, we add an awning or some other type of structure for shade and rain protection. Add some deer fencing to keep out the critters and you’ve got a fully fledged, visitor friendly entertainment area. A place to be proud of that friends and family will remember for times to come.

The third step is what really makes Chester County backyards shine like nothing else on earth! We accessorize, adding anything from pizza ovens and patio kitchens to outdoor televisions and bars. In addition to these amenities, we install outdoor features that:

  • Heat things up: with fire-pits, fireplaces, hot tubs, and infra-red heaters.
  • Cool things down: with cabanas, gazebos, swimming pools, and misting fans.
  • Bring the outdoors indoors: with patio rooms and porch enclosures.
  • Keep it orderly: with fences and garden structures.

Installing a Hot Tub

The location you choose is essential just as important as the type of hot tub you choose, we suggest to stick to the ones from Hot Tubs For You. It will need to be large enough for the hot tub itself, but with enough space to perform maintenance. It’ll need to be far enough from the house for people to get in and out of the tub, too.

The electrical panel and spa controls should be at a distance from the spa. Water should never be close to electricity. That’s a lot of space requirements, so it’s best to plan that out way in advance.

Avoid leaving all sides of your hot tub exposed. Instead, use existing walls and railings to hide multiple sides, then mask what remains with a wooden enclosure. Head on, you’ll see functional steps leading to your tub, but from the side, the tub will appear as a warm wood wall.

Check out this post for more tips on getting your outdoor space ready for spring. For a close look at our work, check out the gallery below:

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Ready to Get Started? Contact Milanese Remodeling

Milanese Remodeling has been improving Chester County backyards since 1957. Backyards are less about what they contain than what they mean. They are a place to bond with family, catch up with friends and learn about the wider world and our goal is to help you build it according to your needs. To get started creating your dream backyard, contact us online or by calling (610) 384-5820.

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