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Good Food Good Friends Good Tiki Bar

9 August 2010 No Comment

Many people like the casual beachcomber look of the Tiki bars for their backyard areas. You can find many varieties online to chose from. Some come hand carved from Hawaii, some are made of sabal palm wood. Some have thatched roofs and are made of bamboo. If you are redecorating your home and think that you have just the right corner to set up one in your home, it is recommended that you do some window shopping first.

After you have a general idea of the ones you prefer, start to do some comparison pricing. A high quality hand carved tiki bar can run in the thousands of dollars. On the other hand, if you have some free time available and are patient enough to follow a step by step guide for a few hours, you could greatly discount this price.  Are you willing to accept this challenge?

There is a great competition among the tiki bar manufactures, the quality, models and design keep improving. The kits for sale now are not of inferior quality. You can purchase the floor plans alone if you know how to find good deals in materials. You can find them in a package as a complete kit. The tiki bar is the perfect touch for the perfect memory. Spend some of that money you will be saving and have a gathering of your family and friends over for drinks, good food and fellowship…and a Tiki kit building party!

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