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

3 Important Maintenance Tips For Your New Sprinkler System

29 April 2016
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

If you want to have a green lawn, installing a sprinkler system can be a good investment. There are even automated controls that can help with watering restrictions and choosing the best days to water your lawn. Even with all the features you add to your sprinkler system, it will still need maintenance to ensure it works properly and does not cause damage to the plumbing in your home. This can include weatherization during the winter and servicing during the spring. Read More …

Four Life Hacks When It Comes To Packing And Moving

5 April 2016
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

If you are getting ready to move, it can be hard to get organized and stay on task. Sometimes procrastination and packing mistakes will just make your life harder. Here are four life hacks that can make moving simple and help the process go smoothly. 1. Purge Before You Pack If you have a lot of unnecessary household items or are moving in with someone, don't waste time hauling things that you don't need to your next location. Read More …

What Causes Concrete To Get Pits And Holes In It?

8 March 2016
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Concrete that gets pits and holes in it is referred to as "spalled." Spalled concrete is unattractive. It also creates a rough, uneven surface to walk on, which means that spalled concrete can also be dangerous. Knowing what causes this condition and how you can prevent it will help you maintain your property's concrete.  What causes concrete to get pits and holes in it? Spalling frequently occurs during freeze/thaw cycles. Read More …

Weed Identification: Know Your Weeds For Better Eradication

6 February 2016
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Weeds seem to grow in almost any situation and sometimes seem impossible to get rid of. Each type of weed has its own characteristics and different weeds need different weed killers to properly eradicate them. This brief guide will introduce you to a few tricks that will help you get rid of these weeds.  Broadleaf Winter Annuals Broadleaf winter annuals begin growing in the winter months, continue to grow as the weather warms up and then reproduce and die off at the end of the spring months. Read More …

Why Certain Garden Stains Do Not Come Out Of Carpet Unless You Use Alternative Carpet Cleaning Remedies

6 January 2016
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

If you work in your yard or garden for any length of time and then enter your house, trekking in various plant pieces and organic matter, you will undoubtedly have a few stains on your carpet. Not surprisingly, some specific garden stains do not come out. The following lists some of these stains, the reason why they stick around (even with conventional carpet cleaning methods) and what will help you remove these stains. 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.