Summer Days And Making The Most of Your Doors
It would seem that we can finally put Winter behind us as the weather seems to be (fingers crossed) on the up.
With a few months of milder weather ahead of us, your doors will be firmly open allowing a warm breeze into your home and hopefully brightening your days! This post will give you a few tips on making the most of them.
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A Summer's tale...
Let me paint a picture for you - your new bi fold doors have been installed, and all the finishing touches to your new-found space have been completed. It's a warm evening and you are setting up the BBQ.
Friends are arriving, drinks are steadily flowing and your home is transformed into a mediterranean haven, with your living/dining/kitchen space opened up so people can freely come and go, children playing and there is space for all to mingle - maybe even dance...
This is a report we often get from our customers, especially those that have their doors installed during the summer months.
Change your lifestyle...
Not only are they thanking us for the installation and the manual fitting side of things, but they are thanking us for the lifestyle change it has inspired in them.
Bringing the outdoors in may be somewhat of a tag-line for us, but it really is the case.
Now to give you a little inspiration, whether you have just had bifold doors installed or not...try out this delicious (and perfect for BBQ burgers!) salsa recipe to have your guests waiting at your doors (bifold or otherwise!).
You'll need a few large tomatoes (depending on your party size), make a cross in their bottoms and blanche for around 30 seconds, whip them out of the water and place them in cold water.
Once they have cooled, peel the skins and chop into small chunks. Add to a mixing bowl. Next peel, de-stone and chop avocado(s) into similar sied chunks, and stir into the tomatoes.
At this stage, it's really up to you what you add, but a little olive oil, a little tabasco and a good helping of salt and pepper will make a summery salsa with a kick.
Perfect for your 'doors open' BBQ!