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5 Ways to Prepare Your Home for a New Dog

Bringing home a new dog is an exciting time for your family. But even the best dogs can cause damage to your home, or even hurt themselves, if your...

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Bored In Lockdown? Refresh Your Kitchen

People around the world are taking advantage of their time in lockdown to tackle home improvement projects. A common area of focus is the kitchen,...

on Jun 3, 2020

A Short Guide to Transforming Your Lawn to Lush Green

Can you use an upgrade of your lawn? If there are more weeds than grass on your lawn and you still have bare patches, no matter what you do, it may...

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8 Reasons You Need Spray Foam Insulation

One question many homeowners are asking themselves is how to make their homes cooler in the summer or warmer in the winter. Whether during summer...

on Jun 1, 2020

A Brief Guide to Vinyl Siding

Vinyl siding is, by far, the most popular siding choice in the world nowadays. It is built using PVC resin in a panel structure that is installed...

on May 30, 2020

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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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How often do you Trim Maple Trees?

How often do you Trim Maple Trees?

by Ben Mcinerney on Feb 4, 2020

Depending on the age and the type of maple trees you have in your home, they should be carefully trimmed at the beginning of their third summer. This is particularly important for young maples. After that, you can trim the trees after 5 to 10 years for structural and aesthetic purposes. Trimming maples in their third summer enhance the tree's chances of healthy growth before you can work on the branches. Continue reading →

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Pros and Cons to Having a Chicken Pen When Selling

Pros and Cons to Having a Chicken Pen When Selling

by Tammy Emineth on Mar 23, 2020

Have you been noticing a lot of people getting chickens in their backyard lately? It is a growing trend even in metro places like Seattle and Chicago. While there are some city ordinances and rules, having a chicken pen, with chickens, of course, may or may not be a good idea if you are planning on selling your home. Continue reading →

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7 Tips for Styling and Decorating Your Apartment Balcony

7 Tips for Styling and Decorating Your Apartment Balcony

by Joe Goldstein on Mar 26, 2020

If you are lucky enough to have an apartment with a balcony, you might want to find some ways that you can decorate it to enjoy it in the summertime. There are many things that you can do, based on your budget and your preferences. Below are 7 tips that you can use for adding some style to your balcony. Continue reading →

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9 Steps to Remove Japanese Knotweed from Your Home

9 Steps to Remove Japanese Knotweed from Your Home

by finn on Apr 22, 2020

Japanese knotweed can be the bane of a great many homeowners, the invasive "ornamental" plant is quite possibly the most hated plant due to its rhizomes. It grows around 7 feet high and the roots, which are the real problem, can go twice as deep. Continue reading →

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How to Install Landscape Drainage

How to Install Landscape Drainage

by Guest on May 10, 2020

If water is collecting or stagnating in your landscape then it means that there is a low area there and the water is not able to drain. If water keeps pooling and if the pooling is close to the foundation of your house, it can cause problems to the building in the long run. Continue reading →

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A Brief Guide to Stamped Concrete Solutions

A Brief Guide to Stamped Concrete Solutions

by Bonnie Phillips on May 30, 2020

Stamped concrete is a visually appealing material used in construction. This concrete is used to create textures that can match itself with the surroundings. The texture usually resembles bricks, tiles, wood, or any other material used in construction. Stamped concrete is also less expensive, and easy to blend with a variety of other textures. Continue reading →

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