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  • How To Keep A Tree From Destroying Your Yard

    29 December 2017

      Like most people, you love trees but the tree in your backyard is becoming a headache. You've noticed that your back yard garden not thriving as it should? You suspect that the tree in your backyard is sapping all the strength from other plants. Or it could be that tree the in your backyard has grown too big, blocking sunlight from accessing your house, damaging the pavement, or threatening to interfere with the utility line or even to damage your house.

  • Oh Deer: How To Use Fencing To Deter Deer From Your Landscaping

    21 March 2017

    Deer are gorgeous animals, but they can really wreak havoc on your lawn, garden, and landscaping. Many homeowners have taken drastic measures to prevent deer from damaging their property, from diversion tactics to sound repellent. Although these measures can work, a good, solid fence is going to provide much better protection. The following are some things to keep in mind when considering a fence: Taller Is Not Always Better One thing to know about deer is the fact that they can jump many feet in the air and can easily leap over any standard sized fence.

  • How To Repair A Water Heater With A Heating Element Leak

    3 November 2016

    As a homeowner, appliance issues are a common concern. If you have a water heater, then the concern may be a leak coming directly from the tank itself. While many leaks cannot be fixed and require you to get a brand new water tank, you probably want to avoid this if you can. After all, a water heater with a tank can cost around $900 to install. If your water heater is leaking water near the control panel of the device, then the device is likely leaking fluid around the heating element.

  • Crane Rental Will Provide You With Upgrades In Technology Without The Cost Of Replacement

    21 June 2016

    If you use cranes within your business, you know that once you purchase one you have a piece of machinery that has a useful lifespan that can exceed 12 years. Depending on the working conditions, and the amount of use, your machine may last much longer than that. While a long life may be good for your bottom dollar, you will miss out on many of the technological advances that will come with newer equipment.

  • Packing Screen Prints For Shipping: 4 Reasons Your Artwork Arrived With Damage

    20 June 2016

    Collectible screen prints are popular with buyers and sellers across the United States, and these collectors often choose to ship prints to other people by courier. It isn't particularly expensive to use a courier service for these transactions, but if you don't pack the prints properly, they are liable to end up at their destination with signs of damage. Here are four reasons why. The tube you chose was too small or too thin

  • Vinyl Fencing: The Benefits Of It And Tips For Helping It Look Great For A Lifetime

    15 June 2016

    Putting a fence up around your yard is a great way to protect your home and gain more privacy, but there are so many types of fences to choose from. Vinyl fencing is one option you may want to consider. Vinyl fencing offers many benefits, and it is easy to maintain. In addition, you can paint vinyl fencing if you ever want to change the color of your fence or restore a brand-new look to it.

  • How To Make The Most Out Of A Small Kitchen During A Remodel

    15 June 2016

    If your kitchen has always felt a little small, when the time to remodel comes around, you'll want to do all that you can to maximize on the space you do have. Here are four tips for remodeling a small kitchen in a way that feels less cramped and more efficient. Go Floor-to-Ceiling When you are short on horizontal space, you need to make the most of your vertical space. Opt for floor-to-ceiling cabinets wherever possible.

  • 4 Essential Safety Tips To Follow When Pouring A Concrete Slab Patio

    15 June 2016

    From wood decks and screened porches to a patio and outdoor kitchen, there are many options available to create an appealing and functional outdoor living space. Considering a patio can add an estimated 12.4 percent to your home's value, this outdoor living space can be a worthwhile investment. Unfortunately, you may not be able to install a concrete patio in a safe, effective manner. If you are a homeowner pouring a concrete patio, consider using these tips to ensure your project is completed safely.

  • 4 Things To Check Before Allowing A Roofing Contractor To Begin Work On Your Roof

    15 June 2016

    Once you find a contractor you trust and hire them to begin work on your roof, you may think that the majority of your job is done. However, if you want to make sure that things will go as planned, it is important that you check in with the roofing crew the first day they arrive to work on your home. This way, you can make sure that all of the aspects of your contract are being followed and there will not be any issues with the work on your home.

  • 5 Tips For Selecting Colors For Your Nursery

    9 June 2016

    Expecting a new baby is an exciting time for most parents, and one of the most exciting tasks to do before the new baby is born is to set up the nursery. One of your first decisions that will allow you to begin designing your nursery is which colors you will use. Before you get swept into the pastel pinks and blues of traditional nurseries, you should consider these five tips for selecting nursery colors that will benefit everyone in your family.