Do you want to build patio bar? Whether starting from scratch or thinking about creating an addition on an existing patio that adds an outdoor bar can increase your home’s value and slow down appeal. Bar tables should be elegant and durable. They should also be easy to clean, as bars often experience a lot of emissions. There are a variety of materials from which you can choose to design and build your bar counter, but concrete fits all the above qualifications and is also at the forefront of interior design. You do not have to be fond of cold and gray to exploit concrete for your new bar, concrete is now available in many shades.
Determine how long and wide your new patio bar should be. Use the cabinet or other surface for your bar counter to guide you. Do not make a barrier more than five meters wider or longer than the base, or tension breaks may occur. Construct a mold for length, width and depth specifications that you have chosen for your bar counter to pour concrete. Use coated timber, drywall screws and a drill bit with a screw a little. Cover the bottom of the mold with more timber so it is completely closed.
Protect your floors patio bar and other surfaces with heavy tarpaulins. Place the mug on a tarpaulin and make sure it is completely flat. Dress in old clothes that cover you well and put on gloves, a paper mask, and safety glasses. Spread a 1-inch layer of prepared fiber-free concrete inside the mold with a metal spatula. Cover the bottom and all sides are completely and evenly. Smooth concrete with front of trowel.