Winter weather doesn’t have to put your restaurant’s outdoor patio or rooftop dining on hiatus until the warmer months. Adding design-friendly Infratech heaters can offer your guests more seating options while helping you get more nights of use from your outdoor dining areas. Our heaters keep outdoor seating open, which can help lead to a boost in sales.
Timberline Patio Covers are outdoor living experts, having been in the business since the early ‘90s. Originally founded as specialists in Undercover Systems, an under deck drainage product, the company has spent the past decades learning about outdoor spaces, discovering innovative outdoor living products and refining their design approach. In 2016, Timberline Patio Covers launched a division specifically dedicated to building outdoor kitchens, roof structures, decks, fireplaces, fire pits, and other exciting features.
Founded in Los Angeles, CA in 2000, Tom Stout’s Stout Design Build is a start-to-finish landscaping and remodeling business. With a lifelong passion for the outdoors, Tom is dedicated to creating beautiful, sustainable projects. In 1996, he began designing and building landscapes, and has been building and renovating homes in Los Angeles since 2006. The Stout team specializes in the New SoCal Landscape, a fusion of form, function, and sustainability.
Stout and his team have used Infratech heaters in a variety of homes in the Los Angeles area. We recently spoke with them about why they choose our heaters for their stunning spaces, how the Southern California environment plays into their design decisions, and which fall/winter trends they think have staying power.
He’s the king of the grill, the man who’s never without ideas for fun in your own backyard. He loves nature, family time, and a good meal enjoyed under the stars. He’s the father who instilled in us a love of the great outdoors and the simple pleasures of outdoor living. With Father’s Day just around the corner, we’ve compiled a short list of gifts that will make dad smile.
Featured in Atomic Ranch, Dwell, Arch Daily and The Contemporist, Strand Design’s David Strand and his design partner David McKay have received a fair share of press for their distinctive synthesis of modern minimalist style and classic Midwestern agrarian structure. The Minneapolis, MN-based firm is also well regarded for their focus on environmental sustainability.
Both partners come from a construction background and began their career as architects, thus their work for Strand Design gives equal heft to solid design/build construction and architectural appeal. We spoke to them about about how they achieve their instantly recognizable design aesthetic, how sustainability plays into their designs, and why they choose Infratech heaters to keep homeowners cozy in cool Northern climates.