A busy spring for outdoor living!

Even with the COVID challenge, which we are all dealing with the best we can, Coastal Outdoor Spaces has been as busy as ever. Our company has been following directions from the state to a T (Maryland Strong!) and we have developed our own method for safety when communicating with our customers.

From our home page: We have been helping customers by respecting social distancing as we consult on design ideas. For example, we can visit a client’s home and talk on the phone with them “on location” so we can see where they would like the work done. We can take measurements and access the physical space, all at a safe distance. We never need to enter a client’s home to accomplish our goals. After final designs are submitted by email or mail, we can finalize the paperwork and get started. That is when the real excitement begins.

None of us know when things will be back to “normal”, but some things have not changed: Coastal Outdoor Spaces will extend your family’s living space into the backyard with the popular Coastal style for outdoor living.

Decks will connect you with nature

Building a composite or wood deck with a variety of railing choices such as wood, vinyl or steel cable will connect you with nature, extend your entertainment space, and is a smart investment in your home. Adding a screened porch or sunroom, depending on your personal style and what you want from the space, will provide shade and protection from the weather.

A new patio will keep you grounded

A patio may sit at the base of a deck, off a back door, or can be designed to fit anywhere on the property. A nice walkway can lead to your front door, back door, or to a beautiful patio and pergola combination. Patios and walkways can complement a tall screened gazebo that sits near a small pond or waterfront and any deck you have built off the back of your home.