Maintain Your Patio This Monsoon Season With These 5 Helpful Tips

 

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  1. Secure Anything Loose During Strong Winds

 

Prepare your patio for Arizona’s thunderstorm winds. With speeds of over 70+ at times and damaging straight-line winds of up to 100 mph. Strong winds can sweep away loose objects in your patio such as outdoor furniture and decor, electrical appliances, loose bricks and patio roof or torn loose objects during a thunderstorm. Secure them by tying up, stacking your outdoor furniture in the corner or near a wall, or covering them with weather-resistance outdoor cover. Make necessary repairs or replacement for loose bricks and patio roof.

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  1. Check Patio Roof for Leaks and Seal Up Between Storms

Expect more downpour all throughout August and into September in the metro Phoenix area. A roof leak can damage your investments, so better check for any leak as early as now. Do an inspection after a storm in case of tear or break; seal up any leak between storms using the right materials.

 

Plastic and vinyl patio roofs are more susceptible to wind damage, so better choose a durable material in the first place. All Pro Shades Concepts Awnings are sewn with Gore Tenara Thread that can handle extreme weather and is water-repellant.

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  1. Store Away Anything That You Don’t Want Covered In Dust

 

Monsoon season will stay for quite a long while in the Valley. Dust storms might sweep across the Valley again and you don’t want your patio furniture covered in dust. Safely store them indoors to prevent any damages or extra cleaning after a dust storm. For furniture that can’t be moved inside, cover them so it won’t get soaked with sand and dirt.

 

  1. Easily Take Down Sun Screens To Clean Your Windows After A Dust Storm

 

Sun screen gives you most benefit in Arizona during the monsoon season and our hot summers. Cut down time cleaning your patio or windows after a haboob by easily taking down your sun screen. A sun screen is installed at the exterior of your home so it can be easily removed for washing off the dust and mud. Or contact us today about scheduling cleaning by All Pro Shade Concepts.

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  1. Add Patio Shades To Your Patio

 

Heat can get extreme in the Valley all year round. Dust and heat can both damage your patio’s furniture. Invest in patio shades to keep dust out of your patio and heat that comes from the sun.

 

All Pro Shades Concepts’ Textilene patio shades and sun screens are the best available and can block up to 80 – 90 % of the Sun’s rays.

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