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2 Tips That Can Help Your Gutters Last

13 February 2017
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

One of the most important aspects of your home is the gutters, mostly due to the fact that the gutters are responsible for keeping water and moisture away from the base of your home where the water and moisture can cause foundation issues. Listed below are two tips that can help you ensure that your gutters last for as long as possible. Eliminate Sagging One of the most important things you can do when it comes to keeping your gutters in good condition is to eliminate any sagging that you may see. Read More …

3 Inexpensive Changes That Can Make A Home Easier To Sell

13 January 2017
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Selling a home can be a difficult task in certain real estate markets. Even when a home is priced right, well maintained, and in a great location buyers may not be interested. Many homeowners may be tempted to undergo large renovations or make big changes in order to sell their homes. However, big renovations do not always pay off. A full renovation with high end finishes may not be attractive to every seller. Read More …

Replace A Tree Stump With Healthy Blades Of Grass

12 January 2017
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

After cutting down a tree in your back yard that was recently struck by lighting, you may find that its stump is destroying the beauty of your property and taking up valuable space. Remove the tree stump by completing the steps below. Once finished, level the ground's surface and plant grass seed over bare sections in order to provide your yard with a uniform appearance. Materials work gloves power drill plastic funnel stump decomposing granules duct tape scissors vinyl tarp safety goggles ax power saw garden shovel soil rake grass seed water hose Create Holes In The Trunk And Fill Them With Granules Read More …

How To Naturally Remove Hard Water Stains

23 November 2016
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Do you cringe each time you look in the mirror because your once golden locks are now a dingy orange? Is your once bright-white sweater streaked with brownish-red stains that match your tub? These problems are most likely caused by hard water. Many people have hard water in their homes, which is water that is high in mineral count, such as magnesium, calcium and iron. As water travels through soil and rocks before making its way into your pipes, it absorbs these minerals. Read More …

3 Things That You Need To Do To Your Irrigation System As Winter Approaches

22 November 2016
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Having an irrigation system to water your grass can be an amazing and very helpful thing. And while it doesn't require too much care, there are a few things that you need to do with it to ensure that it is functioning properly for you. One time of year when this is going to be essentially important is during late fall and early winter. This is a time when the weather is changing, and you are not going to need to use your sprinkler system. Read More …

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Grow Your Own Vegetable Garden at Home

Adding a veggie garden to your property is a great way to increase its overall value, improve your home’s curb appeal, and save some money throughout the year thanks to all the free food that you can expect to receive from it. I’ve been growing a vegetable garden for more than five years now, and I harvest enough food to share with the neighbors. They love my squash and tomatoes! If you’re interested in growing a thriving veggie garden in your own yard, spend some time on the pages of my blog and you will find all sorts of valuable tips and tricks that will help ensure that any effort you make toward planting a personal garden is worth it.

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