It's that time of year here in Texas that the leaves are starting to turn and (hopefully) cool down, which means it's time to winterize your outdoor living space. Backyard Butler is here to help!
Clean your furniture and cushions: Cleaning and protecting your outdoor furniture and cushions now is the best way to ensure you're ready to entertain when there's a break in the weather. Mold build-up from all the moisture can create stains and damage fabric.
Stone surface cleaning, sealing, and pool tile cleaning: Now is a great time to have your driveway, walkways, stone counters, retaining walls or decks cleaned and sealed to protect year-round. Moisture protection is important to seal out to protect from freeze damage of the stone It's also a great time to have your pool tiles cleaned of that nasty white calcium build-up.
Schedule your Holiday Outdoor Cleaning: We offer services to keep your outdoor living space cleaned and ready for use at Thanksgiving or Christmas. Now is a great time to get on our schedule! Last year we were booked solid so contact us today to get on this holiday season schedule.
Winterize and clean your outdoor kitchen: When temperatures drop below freezing, your outdoor kitchen pipes can freeze and cause expensive damage. We'll winterize and protect your grill, stainless cabinets, sinks, and fixtures. Now is also a great time to deep clean your grill!
Call us today at (817)888-8439 to schedule your free quotation appointment and cleaning!
Leaving your patio furniture and cushions unprotected can damage them and that could put a damper in your outdoor entertaining schedule next spring. Call Backyard Butler at (800)557-9516 to clean your furniture for those warmer fall and winter days, enjoying the fire-pit, or to store for the season.
If you have extra room in a protected area, like a garage or covered patio area, it’s easy to stow your patio cushions, but if space is limited, high-quality storage bins are a convenient and simple solution. To ensure your cushions are free of mold, dirt and ready for spring, clean them using a long bristle brush with soap, a little bleach and water. Make sure you let them air dry before storing or covering them.
The type of furniture determines how to winterize it, but like everything, a good deep cleaning is essential. If you your backyard gets a lot of moisture, purchasing furniture covers from your favorite home improvement center is probably the easiest way to make sure your furniture is all set and ready to go once spring comes.