Under Cover: Here’s How To Protect Your Patio Furniture & More During The Off-Season
There are certain things you don’t foresee ever being relevant to your life, like hacksaws, understanding nuclear fusion, or anything related to the term “nuclear” for that matter, baby booger-removers, those sorts of things. For me, that list includes outdoor furniture covers.
Never could I have predicted that covers for patio furniture, grills, and more would ever play a role, however small, in my life.
But there it is: I’m constantly helping clients to organize garages, helping them to accomplish seasonal change-over tasks, re-negotiating yard space and storage space. If you follow that course, eventually you land squarely at the desire to protect outdoor items from the harsher elements of fall and winter.
I’ve co-purchased a lot of them is what I’m trying to say.
Most people, after all, do not have the indoor space to house a whole set out of outdoor furniture during the off-season, nor perhaps even room for a grill, and some, not even a bike or two!
What’s a responsible homeowner to do? Ensure the contents of your outdoor world have a chance at not rotting away to dust after being pelted with snow, rain and ice for months on end is what.
(Everything up until this point might be substituted for the phrase: “remember to cover your outdoor shit; winter’s coming,” but brevity is a skill I turn on and off asI please.) (Sorry.)
Great, here’s some covers then!
(Obviously, you’ll likely want to choose a matching set to accomodate all your outdoor furniture, but I just figured I’d start by linking up some of the ones clients have had success with in the past.)
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