Tag Archive: Backyard

How to Use a Crane Rental to Lift Your Hot Tub For the Perfect Backyard

Having a hard time selecting the best method for your newly purchased hot tub or spa placement into your backyard? Then, you’re in luck!

In this article, you’ll learn the best and the most convenient way to place a hot tub or spa quickly, while at the same time, saving on labor costs often associated with movement and positioning.

The delivery and setup of a hot tub can take a 3-4 men team a full day to unload, move, and properly place. The average hot tub weighs over 1000 pounds, and can weigh as much as 6000 pounds for larger spas.  Spas and hot tubs are usually a single unit that cannot be disassembled for delivery. In many cases, manual carriage requires the team to disassemble fences, doors or other obstacles to properly deliver the hot tub into its correct placement.  Using a crane can reduce the number of people required while also speeding up the process by as much as 50%. 

Why A Crane Is The Best Option For Hot Tub Delivery

We’ve already identified barriers to regular delivery, so let’s explore how the crane can actually help. Once properly set up, a three man team can lift any size hot tub over fences, houses, or other obstacles into position in minutes rather than several hours. Plus, you won’t have to remove fences, and reassemble those obstacles after placement. In some cases, it’s not possible to deliver a spa due to terrain or obstacle …

Tips for Creating an Unforgettable Backyard Entertaining Space

Well-designed outdoor spaces can be like an additional room of your house. They can provide a place for you and your family to relax and can be integral when you throw get-togethers or summer parties. Whether you are starting a deck, patio or porch from scratch or are updating one you already have, these three tips will have you entertaining people in style during the day or evening.

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Create Flow from the Indoors

By creating flow in your plans, you can let your party guests know where to go while eliminating congestion. Consider using sliding or French doors to open up your home to the outdoors. Lay down formal walkways throughout your backyard to allow guests to see your landscaping and to lead to other parts of the entertaining areas. Choose materials and colors that mimic the styles of the interior of the home to help guests feel that the …