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Planning Space for Outdoor Living

Excerpt for an Article in Texas Home and Garden

John Gillette, of Craftsmanship By John notes “When it comes to cabinetry, outdoor options are more limited. The best options are stainless steel, marine-grade polymer, and teak. Desirable for their classic good looks, teak cabinets must be custom built for the space and sealed and resealed regularly, with a water-proof finish. When choosing outdoor kitchen countertops your priority should always be durability first, and looks second. Your best choices are natural stone, concrete or tile. The same choices apply to your flooring options.”