If you’re interested in growing a thriving veggie garden in your own yard, learn tips for preparing the space and planting seeds.

Mold Testing Myths That May Mislead You

29 March 2023
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Mold testing in residential buildings is critical to maintaining a safe and healthy environment for homeowners and their families. Unfortunately, several myths surround this preventative task, which often deters people from taking the necessary steps to test their houses. Myth: Mold Testing Is Unnecessary If You Cannot See Or Smell Mold Just because you can not see or smell mold does not mean it is not in your home. Certain species of mold can be invisible to the human eye, while others release spores that may be odorless or masked by other household scents. Read More …

Why You Need Water Damage Restoration To Avoid Hidden Costs

7 February 2023
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

You know to be on the lookout for leaks and floods, but did you know that there are hidden costs of water damage that can come back to bite you if you're not careful? Just because you've evacuated the water and dried the surfaces doesn't mean there's no lingering moisture and humidity. Its effects can go unnoticed until the damage becomes visible, such as widespread black mold infestations. This article takes a closer look at the hidden costs of water damage and how water damage restoration can help you prevent them. Read More …

Tips For Using Mulch For Landscaping And Gardening

13 December 2022
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Mulch is an important landscaping element that also keeps your plants healthier. You can put wood chips around trees and in flower beds. You might want leaf mulch for your vegetable garden or rocks for foundation plants. The purpose of wood chips and rocks is to hold back weed growth while keeping moisture in the soil. Here are some tips for using mulch. Apply Mulch To Wet Soil Putting down mulch when the soil is wet allows you to get a start on holding in moisture. Read More …

Protecting Your Garage Floor With An Epoxy Coating

21 October 2022
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

There are few surfaces in your home that will experience more wear and tear than garage floors. These surfaces can suffer significant damage from the wear of vehicles driving over them. To this end, individuals may want to use a garage floor coating to reduce these issues. What Material Is Used To Coat A Garage Floor? If you are wanting to protect your garage floors, there are several different options that you can use to coat them. Read More …

What To Look For In A Bath Towel

24 August 2022
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

People often think of bath towels as purely functional items. But when you start actually shopping for bath towels, you realize just how many different varieties there really are. How do you choose the right ones for your bathroom and for your family's needs? Here are the key things to look for and consider. Material Thickness  If you're able to look at and touch the towels in person, definitely do so. 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.