Insect Problem Ruining Your Trees? What To Do About It

When you have beautiful trees in your lawn, you want to keep it that way. It takes a lot to prune with care and make sure that each branch receives enough sunlight to keep the foliage growing to perfection. If something starts to ruin what you're attempting to build in your yard, your first question is probably, "What's going on?" Upon closer inspection, you might find that insects have taken up residence in the trees and are eating away at the beauty that you want to nourish. Read More 

Why Leave Your Garage Door Installation To A Pro

Do you think that you are handy enough around the house where you can handle installing your new garage door on your own? If so, you may find that the job will be much more difficult than you anticipated. There are aspects of installing a garage door that are easy to do from years of experience, which is why you may want to leave this job for a professional. Problems Lining Up The Garage Door Tracks Read More 

Lead Paint: What Should You Do Before You Move Into An Old House?

If your family purchased a home constructed in the 60s or 70s, you might be eager to move into the house right away. But before you move into the home, have it tested for lead paint first. Lead paint could still cover the home's walls and ceilings. Learn more about lead-based paint and why it's important to test your home for it now. Why Should You Be Aware of Lead? Read More 

How A Drinking Fountain Can Personalize Your Home Gym

If you grew up during the era when people still was drinking faucet water, then you are familiar with drinking fountains. It was common to grab a drink of water from a fountain before going into the locker room after physical education class. Now we live in a time where a lot people drink bottle water. If you are going to work out, then you are going to need plenty of water to keep hydrated. Read More 

Coloring Inside The Box — 5 Tips For Painting Your New “Tiny House”

When designing your "tiny home," you will be making a lot of important decisions. And by its very small nature, there's not a lot of room for error when it comes to building and decorating a tiny home. Paint can be one of the biggest — but least planned — aspects of tiny home preparation. To help you make the right decisions, here's a 5 step guide to painting your new tiny house. Read More