We can help you find the best materials for any exterior renovation project.
Residents of Chattanooga, Tennessee are lucky enough to have great weather all year round, so many homeowners are eager to take full advantage of their outdoor space. Some popular exterior renovation projects include gorgeous front porches, enchanting backyard gardens, cozy bonfire pits, and even full outdoor kitchen areas.
Whether you want to upgrade your backyard to a breathtaking outdoor oasis or simply increase your home’s curb appeal, here are a few key tips and ideas to keep in mind:
- Bring samples home. Before you commit to a specific paint color for your house or new tiles for a garden path, take some time to see how these items look in the space. Be sure to go outside at different times to see how each material looks throughout the day, too.
- Choose durable materials. There are a wide variety of stones you can choose from to build your dream outdoor space, but not all of them are weather-proof. Make sure to select something that’s resistant to heat, fading, scratches, and rain, such as granite.
- Create multifunctional solutions. If your backyard needs a retaining wall, it doesn’t have to be an eyesore! Creative landscapers and homeowners can create retaining walls that can also function as privacy walls, seating areas, garden planters, or shelves for outdoor decorations.
- Add plenty of lighting. After you complete your exterior renovation project, make sure you and your family will be able to fully enjoy it by adding plenty of outdoor lighting. Depending on your personal style, you can consider adding outdoor-safe string lights, small pathway lamps, stylish wall-mounted lights, or a combination of these options.
To get started on your exterior renovation project, contact us at Rolling Stone Granite Tennessee today!
At Rolling Stone Granite Tennessee, we offer exterior renovation services in Chattanooga, Cleveland, Knoxville, Winchester, Tullahoma, Oakridge, Dayton, and Maryville, Tennessee; Decatur, Huntsville, Scottsboro, and Fort Payne, Alabama; and Rome, Dalton, Calhoun, Marietta, and Athens, Georgia.