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Tempered Glass vs. Regular Glass: A Comprehensive Guide

Glass has become the main part of modern architectural designs. It has long been used for decorative, security, functionality, and many other...

on Feb 27, 2020

6 Things You Need to Inspect on Your Septic System

The septic system is constantly processing large amounts of wastewater. It might be the last thing on your mind, but it is very important to do...

on Feb 26, 2020

What is Wrong With Your Commercial HVAC System?

A malfunctioning HVAC unit is a building owner’s headache that typically gets worse the longer it’s ignored! Because HVAC systems heat...

on Feb 25, 2020

Different Types of Concrete Resurfacing Techniques

Concrete was perhaps the most important invention in the world of construction, besides bricks. The use of concrete transcends place and time,...

on Feb 24, 2020

5 Tips on How to Increase House Values

If you are looking for ways to increase the value of your property and make potential buyers weak at the knees, these five handy tips on how to...

on Feb 17, 2020

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Raised Bed Gardens: Their Benefits, Pros, and Cons

Raised Bed Gardens: Their Benefits, Pros, and Cons

by Nick Marr on Aug 16, 2019

Raised bed gardens are a fantastic activity which has its pros and cons, and it is certainly not for everyone. For example, if you want to keep your plants away from the toxic leaves of trees nearby, raised beds are a sensible choice. However, keep in mind that these could be resource-intensive too. Continue reading →

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3 Ways to Prepare Your Lawn for Fall

3 Ways to Prepare Your Lawn for Fall

by Ray Winters on Aug 16, 2019

The end of summer marks the beginning of your lawn fading from vibrant green to dormancy after Labor Day. But lawns require treatment and care as the temperatures cool and the long winter approaches. Continue reading →

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How To Fix Leaning Privacy Fence

How To Fix Leaning Privacy Fence

by Zachary Drumm on Aug 23, 2019

The privacy fence is the holy grail of suburban living. Most families work for years, saving their funds until they can afford a yard with a privacy fence.   Privacy fences are not cheap. Even if you install it yourself, the wood is costly, and the time investment is high, requiring several weekends of work.   The best bet is to buy a home that already has one installed. While privacy fences cost a lot to install and increase the sell ability of a house, they don't add a lot to the Continue reading →

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Curb Appeal: The Little Things Matter

Curb Appeal: The Little Things Matter

by Craig Daniel on Aug 29, 2019

As we all know, the real estate industry is constantly changing. For the purposes of today, we are not referring to the ever-climbing asking prices either. Instead, it is about one of the hot topics in the industry at the moment, coming in the form of curb appeal. Continue reading →

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The Pros and Cons of Artificial Greenery

The Pros and Cons of Artificial Greenery

by Guest on Oct 5, 2019

Artificial greenery ranges from the small fake fern in the corner to the massive artificial ficus tree in the arboretum. They are popular and popularly criticized in equal measure. What are the pros and cons of artificial greenery? Continue reading →

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DIY Upside-Down Planter - What Not to Do

DIY Upside-Down Planter - What Not to Do

by 411 on Oct 14, 2019

Upside down planters are an option if you can not grow tomatoes for many reasons including space, sunlight, rodents and other critters. Otherwise, it is easier to grow them right side up. When you grow tomatoes upside down, you don't have to worry about cutworms or ground fungus too. Continue reading →

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The 10 Best Fruits and Vegetables to Grow in Your Garden

The 10 Best Fruits and Vegetables to Grow in Your Garden

by T. Lopez on Dec 8, 2019

If you’re just starting out growing your own fruit and vegetables, congratulations - you’ve made the right decision. Growing your own food is significantly more environmentally friendly than purchasing it. There’s also simply no substitute for sitting down to a home-cooked meal consisting entirely of ingredients you’ve grew yourself. Continue reading →

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6 Steps to Choose the Best Retractable Awning for Your Home

6 Steps to Choose the Best Retractable Awning for Your Home

by Sally Smith on Dec 23, 2019

Outdoor awnings are an excellent investment primarily because it covers you figuratively and literally. First, if you need a place to rest outside your house, sunshade protects you from the sun, snow, and rain. Secondly, if you are holding a barbeque party, the canopy got you covered as it provides a comfortable room as the house would, for your guest. Continue reading →

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Sandy Soil: The Best Plants to Grow In

Sandy Soil: The Best Plants to Grow In

by Guest on Jan 16, 2020

The main peculiarities of the sandy soil, its pluses and minuses. Useful tips on how to improve the sandy soil. Examples of the plants that can be grown in the sandy soil. Continue reading →

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Outdoor Blinds: 9 Reasons Why You Must Pick Them

Outdoor Blinds: 9 Reasons Why You Must Pick Them

by Valerie Muscat on Jan 23, 2020

Have you recently moved into your new home and are looking for ways to spruce up the place? While many homeowners tend to focus on beautifying their home interior, remember that your outdoor space matters too! Why not use outdoor blinds to cover your patio or veranda? You will be happy to know that when it comes to purchasing outdoor blinds. Continue reading →

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