Getting Your Yard Ready For Spring And Summer: What You Should Know
20 April 2015
When spring finally emerges after a long, cold winter, all you can think about is getting outside to enjoy the heat and warmth. And when you do get outside, you realize that you want to update and change your landscaping design. However, you may not know where to start with your yard work and re-designing. Get to know some of the ways that you can start getting your yard ready for spring and summer.
4 Signs That Your Kids Could Be At Risk Of Being Harmed By Your Garage Door
1 April 2015
If your home has a garage and garage door, then you should know that there is a chance that your kids are at risk. Garage doors, although handy, can also be dangerous for small children. Luckily, if you learn to look out for these signs, then you can take necessary steps to help keep your kids safe.
1. Your Garage Door is Old
Nowadays, garage doors are equipped with safety devices to keep both children and adults safe.
Adding Flowers To Places You May Not Have Thought Of
23 March 2015
Designing your landscape is something that's fun and that can be as unique as you'd like it to be. If you are a new homeowner and want your front lawn to feature color in spaces that most may not think about, you'll want to know what to plant and where to plant it. This guide hopes to provide you with a few ideas to add to your own, so that you can have the best-looking landscape on the block.
4 Lawncare Tips For First Time Homeowners
7 March 2015
Did you just buy your first home? If so, you may be overwhelmed by all of the maintenance and work that a home requires. One of the most important features of your new home is the lawn. A full, green lawn can improve your home's curb appeal and increase its value. A lawn isn't difficult to maintain, but it does require constant attention. If you neglect your lawn for any period of time, it can slip into an unhealthy and patchy appearance.