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Changing Your Home And Garden

I have always loved the idea of going through my home and making changes to my home and garden, but things aren't always as simple as they seem. About six months ago, I realized that I needed to do something to make some significant changes to my home, because the entire space had grown dated and unsightly. It was a lot of stress to figure out what I should do and how I could make powerful changes, but after working hard to prioritize my needs, things started to come together. This blog is all about changing your home and garden in a way that works for your budget and lifestyle.

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3 Types Of Birds That Can Terrorize Your Home
29 August 2020

Homeowners rarely think about birds when consideri

Three Types Of High Efficiency Toilets
7 July 2020

Have you ever thought about how much water you use

Take Care Of A Mold Problem In Your Basement With The Right Steps
28 May 2020

It can be alarming to find the presence of mold in

How To Avoid Creosote Buildup In Your Chimney
7 April 2020

Creosote is a tar-like byproduct of fire. This hig

Tips To Update Your Yard With A Concrete Slab Installation
14 February 2020

Concrete is a great material for you to install on

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3 Types Of Birds That Can Terrorize Your Home

Homeowners rarely think about birds when considering the types of pests that can plague their property. Some birds have the potential to cause serious property damage when they take up residence in or near your home. Learn more about some common types of birds that can terrorize your home so that you will be prepared to combat these pests in the future. 1. Pigeons Pigeons can be found in many urban and suburban settings. Read More 

Three Types Of High Efficiency Toilets

Have you ever thought about how much water you use every day by the simple (yet necessary) act of flushing your toilet? Every time your toilet is flushed, an average of 7 gallons of water is used. When you consider how many times you use the restroom every day, it is alarming how much water is used and often times wasted. By shopping for high efficiency toilets, you can dramatically decrease your water consumption. Read More 

Take Care Of A Mold Problem In Your Basement With The Right Steps

It can be alarming to find the presence of mold in your basement, but not entirely unsurprising considering how damp the typical basement can be. Instead of trying to treat it alone or simply leaving it and potentially having breathing issues, it's important to see exactly what you can do to get rid of mold and prevent any issues that can come about with mold in your basement. Remove Any Furniture and Items Read More 

How To Avoid Creosote Buildup In Your Chimney

Creosote is a tar-like byproduct of fire. This highly flammable material consists of soot, smoke particles, and other materials that coalesce after combustion. Creosote can coat the inside of your chimney, where it can pose a major fire hazard. The following are a few methods that can help prevent creosote buildup. Avoid Artificial Logs Artificial fireplace logs are ubiquitous. Most consist of compressed sawdust held together with natural waxes. They are designed to light easily so that they can provide a bit of heat and flame for ambiance purposes. Read More 

Tips To Update Your Yard With A Concrete Slab Installation

Concrete is a great material for you to install on your property to provide durable support and an upgraded surface for your vehicles, tools, and activities. Before you mix up the concrete and add it onto your worksite, it is pretty important that you make sure all the preparation and proper processes are followed for a successful slab that will last you many years. Here are some recommendations for you to successfully install a new concrete slab in your yard. Read More