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Tips For Getting Your Backyard Ready For Summer Fun

The first official day of summer is June 20. That leaves you with a little while before getting the backyard ready for season of summer fun. Whether you have kids that will be spending their days back there or adult friends you want to entertain with dinner parties, there are some proactive steps you can take to make sure your backyard is up to the challenge of entertaining. Here’s what you can do:


Clean the Grill

When was the last time you used the barbecue grill? Was there a lot of smoke coming up from the bottom? That would be all the grease and gunk that is built up there from all your past grilling sessions. Before you start cooking this summer, it might be a good idea to give your grill a thorough cleaning. That means removing the actual grill and the plates that cover the flame broiler. This will let you get at the gunk and scrape it all away.

As for the grates, you can use the same kind of oven cleaner you would use in your kitchen oven. Just make sure you thoroughly wash them off before use again. A clean grill is going to make a big difference when it comes to the taste of what you’re cooking.

Plant Your Garden

If you haven’t planted your garden yet, then there’s still time to get blooming. You’ll find plenty of colorful flowers at your local nursery that are ready to place around your backyard. You could even dedicate a small corner to for a herb and vegetable garden. Even if you just grow mint, you’ll have a fragrant herb to add to drinks.

Take Down Old Playground Sets

This might be the summer that your kids have outgrown their swing sets, sandboxes and trampolines. Instead of cluttering up your backyard with those items, you should think about having them removed. This is the task you need to take on yourself. Instead, call up Junk King BucksMont for fast removal. The team that will be sent over to your property will have a lot of experience in taking down these kinds of things. They can also collect all the other rubbish you have around your yard that you want to get rid of including rusty patio furniture or broken lawnmower.

Getting your yard into shape for summer fun isn’t difficult when you bring in Junk King BucksMont.

4 Steps For Building The Perfect Campfire

Sitting around a campfire is what is going to make your camping trip to the great outdoors truly memorable. How else will you make s’mores? Not only will it provide you with warmth and a cooking space, but also it’s really the only place you tell ghost stories. Bottom line: If you’re going camping, you’re going to need to know how to build a perfect campfire. Yes packing waterproof matches is a good start but what happens next? Follow these steps and you’re sure to have a very nice blaze every time.


Step #1: Dig A Pit

Your fire needs to be contained. This is what the fire pit is for. Ideally, you should build a ring of rocks to keep the fire embers from spreading. Within that ring, you’ll want to dig out six inches of dirt in the center of the ring. As for the size of the ring, consider how many folks will be sitting around that fire and build accordingly.

Step #2: Gather the Wood l

Fire needs wood and there are three types of wood that you need to gather: Tinder, kindling and fuel wood. Tinder is what is going to spark your fire. This is the stuff that burns fast and easy. Things like leaves, dry grass or bark make good tinder.

Once the spark starts, you want to add kindling. The idea is to slowly build your fire. You can’t go from tinder to logs and expect it to burn. Kindling if your “fire bridge.” The best kindling would be twigs and branches about the width of a pencil. If you can easily snap a branch in two, it’s dry and good to go. A branch that bends is too wet and only going to give you a lot of smoke. Instead, look for braches that are slightly bigger than your forearm. Get plenty and stack them up by your pit to feed throughout the night.

Step #3: Lay Your Fire

First, you’ll want to bunch up your tinder in the center of the pit. Around that, you’ll build a tepee of kindling. Around the tepee, you’ll arrange your fuel wood as if you were building a mini log cabin. Basically, you’ll lay two logs on opposite sides of the tepee. Then you stack to more logs on the opposite side of those logs and so on until you have a few layers. If you ever played with Lincoln Logs, then you know how this goes!

Step #4: Light Your Fire

The first thing to burn on your fire will be your tinder. Thanks to your pit digging and fire lay construction, your tinder should have access to air. That’s the other element fire needs to get going. Strike your match and let the fire do its thing. As your logs burn down, you can add to them throughout the night.

Now that you know how to build the perfect fire, you want to get your gear together. As you take a survey of all the stuff you have in storage in your garage or attic you may find that some of those tents, sleeping bags and tarps are worn out. It’s best to get rid of them all with a call to Junk King BucksMont. These the professional junk haulers who are experts at clearing away clutter. You’ll be able to get better organized once all that unwanted camping gear is gone. The same can be said for the rest of the clutter around your house. One call to Junk King BucksMont makes it disappear.

Enjoy your camping this summer and make sure to leave your campground better than when you found it!

Junk King Bucks County
1816 Mearns Rd
Warminster, PA 18974
Hours: M-F: 8A-6P, Sa: 8A-4P

Providing junk removal services to the Bucks County area, including:

Blooming Glen
Bryn Athyn
East Greenville
and these nearby zip codes:
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