Outdoor Living Basics

Today, many individuals are taking their home decor and living spaces outside. Outdoor living can consist of designing and creating unique outdoor spaces through construction or landscaping projects - from staining decks to building a koi pond with a cascading waterfall we've got you covered. Homeowners are building outdoor kitchens and fireplaces for entertaining purposes, while others are installing unique lighting concepts to reveal the beauty of their yardwork at night. Whichever project you decide to tackle, Angie's List is here to help you figure out the best way to begin transforming your outdoor living space. 

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From proper food preparation to correct technique, the grillmaster weighs in.
The space needed to be widened about seven inches and lowered about two inches in order for the new grill to fit. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Ronnie Blalack of Surprise, Ariz.)
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What happens when your new barbecue won't fit in the space left by the old one? Check out how this homeowner overcame that issue in his outdoor kitchen.
When selecting a grill, consider factors such as size, how many people you expect to cook for typically, and materials, such as stainless steel. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Richard J. of Lutz, Fla.)
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Do you want gas or charcoal? Does size really matter? What type of stainless steel grill is best? Find answers to these questions to choose the right grill.
Grilling hotdogs and steaks outdoors.
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Don't let your gas grill give out while throwing the barbecue of the century. Follow this grill maintenance checklist and enjoy fully cooked meats and veggies.
 
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