How do you build a patio bar?

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To build a Patio Bar, you need to first consider the number of people you usually entertain, the amount of money you would consider spending and determine whether you will need a professional to design it or do it yourself. Determine all the appliances you will need such as a sink, a blender, a fridge among others at the bar. Use products that will survive the location for example if you're using bricks or concrete you will need a foundational pad.
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