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Summer is finally here and with the weather improving it is the perfect opportunity to make the most of the outdoors, most importantly your back garden. If you are fortunate to have a green oasis out of the back of your home, you should want to make the most of it so it is properly ready for the upcoming summer months. One of the best ways to utilise the space is to add in timber decking so you have more a larger area that is accessible. If you are a keen gardener then having a full lawn of soil and grass will be a fun challenge for you to try to maintain. A good lawn mower and numerous gardening tools should be filling up your outdoor shed and it is a great time to get these out to start making a difference. Once the lawn is mowed you can start planning where you could plant flowers to add a splash of colour to the space. Make sure you put some in that come back year after year to save yourself some time. If you do not think you can cope with the whole of your garden being taken up by a grassy area, plus you want some space where you can chill out on without your deck chair sinking into the grass, then a decking area is the perfect solution. You will need to take some measurements and decide how much space you want it to take up, and also purchase your materials including decking from somewhere such as http://www.laveronline.co.uk/timber-c5. You could ask a family member or give it a go yourself if you fancy yourself as a DIY whiz, however if you do not feel comfortable make sure to enlist some help from professionals, check around for prices before committing though. Having a sturdy timber decking to walk on is perfect for lounging about on in the day, and getting a BBQ going on a night with family and friends. You can accessorise it just like you would with a room in your home, by purchasing a table and chairs, parasol, planters, string lights and more. It will certainly make you want to spend more time in your garden and you will be ready to just hop right outside as soon as the sun peeps out from the clouds. Decking areas are easy to maintain too, so once your hard work is complete you will reap the rewards after. Image sources: http://www.psbuildingandlandscaping.co.uk/wp-content/gallery/timber-decking/timber_decking.jpg http://www.4-winds.co.uk/images/gallery-img/decking/750decking-a.jpg