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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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5 Gifts Any Texan Will Love
18 March 2019

Whether you want to treat a guest visiting from Te

Three Ways To Prevent Your Pipes From Freezing This Winter
3 February 2019

In the winter, the water within your home's plumbi

Tips For Cleaning And Maintaining Hammered Copper Kitchen Sinks
24 December 2018

There is nothing better looking than a hammered co

Get Ready For Your New Kitchen Countertops
11 November 2018

Once you've picked out your new kitchen countertop

What Attracts Squirrels To Your Yard?
27 September 2018

Squirrels are medium-sized rodents known for their

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5 Gifts Any Texan Will Love

Whether you want to treat a guest visiting from Texas or you have a friend who misses their Texan roots, the right gift can mean a lot. A state-themed gift tells the recipient you not only understand their love of their native or beloved state but also that you respect their loyalty as well. Texans are known to be proud of where they are from, so use this guide to help you select the perfect Texas gifts for your loved one. Read More 

Three Ways To Prevent Your Pipes From Freezing This Winter

In the winter, the water within your home's plumbing can freeze, which causes it to expand and can place additional pressure on the structure of the pipeā€”even causing it to burst open and let water flow freely into your home. Understanding some of the things that you can do to prevent your pipes from freezing and then leaking out into your home can help save you frustration and money on future water damage repairs. Read More 

Tips For Cleaning And Maintaining Hammered Copper Kitchen Sinks

There is nothing better looking than a hammered copper sink in a newly renovated kitchen. Stainless steel sinks tend to look industrial and often have issues with water spots. Ceramic sinks have a tendency to get chipped from dropped pots and pans and end up looking dated when the interior design styles change.  If you decide to install a hammered copper sink in your kitchen, follow each of these tips to properly care and maintain it so it stays looking as amazing as the day it was installed. Read More 

Get Ready For Your New Kitchen Countertops

Once you've picked out your new kitchen countertop material, you can plan the installation day. The day takes coordination between you, the installers, and a plumber so your kitchen is in working order the same day. It helps if you know what to expect of countertop installation in your home. Here is a quick overview. Have The Cabinets And Sink Ready If you're having new cabinets and a new sink installed too, be sure they're in place and able to withstand the weight of the countertop material since granite and marble can be heavy. Read More 

What Attracts Squirrels To Your Yard?

Squirrels are medium-sized rodents known for their bushy tails and enjoyment of nuts. They might be cute, and they're definitely not as undesirable as mice or rats, but they can be a nuisance if they take up residence in your yard. Squirrels have been known to stash nuts in inconvenient areas, steal your garden vegetables, and tear flashing and covering off of outbuildings. So what attracts these pesky creatures to your yard in the first place? Read More