Home Garden

I have always loved gardening, but a few years ago I realized that my garden needed a little tender loving care. I started focusing on perfecting my techniques and making the area stand out, and it was a lot of work. Before I knew it, I was adding a lovely pergola to part of the yard along with a nice play area for the kids, and it was really interesting to see how things were coming along. I wanted to create this blog to inspire other people to make their land more beautiful. Check it out for great information that could help you.

Tips For Recognizing The Signs Of A Cracked Heat Exchanger In A Furnace

8 January 2020
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

During the cold winter months, a furnace in good working condition is essential to keep a home warm and comfortable. Unfortunately, a furnace will not function properly forever, and there is a good chance that you furnace may need repairs at some point. One common furnace issue that should not be ignored and needs to repaired as quickly as possible is a cracked heat exchanger. It is not always easy to visually notice that your furnace has a cracked heat exchanger, but there will most likely be signs that repairs are needed. Read More …

All About Retractable Screen Doors

24 November 2019
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

You probably know all about screen doors and their benefits — specifically, that they let you leave the door open without letting in insects and other pests. However, screen doors also represent a big installation, with a fair amount of attendant maintenance. Enter the retractable screen door, which is a lower profile version of the standard model. Retractable Screen Door Basics A retractable screen door is a little like a roller shade. Read More …

Why Your House Needs Gutters Installed Even When It’s Built On A Slab Rather Than A Basement

10 October 2019
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

You may know that gutters are necessary for keeping a basement dry, so that might make you wonder if you need gutters on your home if it's built on a slab rather than a basement or crawlspace. While you don't have to worry about a wet basement, gutters are still important. Learn why you should consider residential gutter installation. Gutters Prevent Soil Erosion Without gutters on your home, rain will roll off along a roof valley and dump on the soil. Read More …

4 Things To Do Before You List Your Home For Sale

22 August 2019
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Making the decision to put your home on the market and move can cause an immediate sense of panic. How do you know that you're doing everything right? Is there anything that you can do to ensure that the selling process goes as flawlessly as possible? Here, you'll find a few tips to help you prepare to list your home for sale. Have a Home Inspection Completed One thing that every buyer should do is have a home inspection done on the home. Read More …

3 Ideas For Adding Curtains To A Nursery

8 July 2019
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Hanging new curtains in a nursery can make an enormous difference in how a room looks and just how much brightness is being allowed in. Regardless of how old your child is, you might be curious about what you can do to improve the way the room looks and its functionality. When you're eager to have new curtains hung that will make a big improvement in the nursery, consider some of the following tips that can help you select the right curtains for the space. Read More …