From the top of the deck we no longer have privacy from all of the other neighbors' decks in the neighborhood. So we got the great idea to put in a concrete patio, especially since we have two elderly Great Danes that need more room for beds to relax. After we planned (and killed the grass) two years ago, my husband tore his ACL. Last summer he was having neck problems and we just couldn't physically do it ourselves and hated the idea of paying so much to have someone do it for us. Now going into this summer, I am recovering from shoulder surgery and he still struggles with neck pain. Please give us and our even more elderly Great Danes a chance to enjoy our backyard this summer without having to see everyone else doing so and have them see everything we do. If we don't have to pay for all of it, we wouldn't have such a difficult time with allowing someone else to do the work. I even forgot to mention the two parrots who love to hang out outside too and would really enjoy more space so they don't have to be so close to the two Great Danes!
What the experts at Belgard Hardscapes suggest on a budget of 10,000:
The backyard transformation shown in this Belgard Design Studio rendering will allow the homeowners to add to their existing outdoor living area, extending the area by creating an outdoor space that is larger, multifunctional and flows cohesively. A Belgard Dublin Cobble walkway and new patio complete with Weston Stone fire pit complements the existing wood deck and provides an area for relaxing as well as entertaining. Fire features are perfect for cozy nights alone as well as outdoor parties, providing light and warmth and naturally drawing people together. With this additional ground level patio, the homeowners have no fear of running out of space for family members to enjoy, including their two Great Danes!