(BPT) - Cookouts, barbecues, family reunions and more are upon us, and as the coolest neighbor on the cul-de-sac, hosting the summer fun is a no-brainer. Throughout the colder seasons it's easy to forget about your special role of summer party host, and maybe the dirt and grime on your deck is piled a little bit higher than you had expected. Worry not, for we've compiled three simple ways to have your deck and yard ready to go, so you can play host to the cookout of the year.
1. Make your deck and patio shine
After you remove the leaves from the surface of your deck or patio, dirt and stains remain. Luckily, Greenworks Tools has released the unbelievably easy-to-use 2000psi Pressure Washer. This light, powerful and gas-free machine will ensure that you have an easy time making your deck or patio look brand-new, impressing your guests. Talk about a win-win situation.
2. Give your deck a makeover
A great summer cookout on the deck is never a reason to complain, but taking your deck to the next level visually will enhance the experience a hundredfold. Look into outdoor string lights to hang across the deck, instead of relying on porch lights, to set that summer mood. This is also a great time to invest in new lawn and deck furniture if your current set is beginning to show its age.
3. Pamper your yard
While the barbecue may not leave the deck, your guests should be impressed with the high-quality mowing lines and perfectly trimmed hedges in your backyard. To make the job easier and save you time, Greenworks Tools has you covered once more. With a complete lineup of lithium-ion battery-powered outdoor equipment, Greenworks eliminates the mess, hassle and noise of gas-powered tools without having to sacrifice any of the power to get the job done, ensuring that your yard will be the talk of the party.
You're just three simple steps away from a great summer on your patio, so don't hesitate to get started - summer weather is finally here!
For more information on some of the tools listed to get your deck cleaned and yard trimmed to perfection, visit http://www.greenworkstools.com.