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.

3 Questions To Ask When Choosing A Company To Buy Custom Countertops From

12 April 2017
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

When it comes to buying custom countertops, it's important to consider more than just the reputation, experience, and reliability of the company you decide to purchase from. Here are a few important questions to have addressed when consulting with prospective companies and deciding who you want to work with: Are There any Redesign Fees? An important question to consider when consulting with prospective custom countertop providers is whether there are any redesign fees and if so, what are they? Read More …

How To Decorate A Fireplace Mantel By Season

9 April 2017
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

If you your living room features a fireplace, it's likely the centerpiece of the space. Whether it features modern marble, rustic brick or charming vintage carved wood details, a fireplace adds more to a home than just warmth during the cold fall and winter months. Even when it's not in use, you can put your fireplace to work by showcasing decorative elements such as candles and holiday items.  A fireplace mantel is the ideal place to display seasonal decor pieces all throughout the year. Read More …

Need A Water Softener System For Your Large Family? One Size Does Not Fit All

5 April 2017
 Categories: Home & Garden, Articles

If you have a large family, there's no doubt your appliances suffer wear due to the amount of usage they get, particularly when it comes to your water heater. The problems are compounded if you have hard water. According to a U.S. Geological Survey, 85% of the water in the United States is hard. Hard water contains high levels of magnesium and calcium, which can wreak havoc on your plumbing, water heater, and other appliances that use water. Read More …

How An Exterminator Gets Rid Of Termites In Your Home

23 March 2017
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Sometimes you're pretty sure you have a termite problem because you've seen the bugs or evidence of them in your home. Other times, you may not be sure if you have termites, but you worry about having them because of reports of heavy termite activity among your neighbors. The solution is to call a termite exterminator for an inspection and treatment if needed, because the pests can do a lot of damage if you ignore them. Read More …

The Main Differences Between A Water Softener & A Water Conditioner

1 February 2017
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

If you have hard water and have been trying to figure out how to deal with it in your home, you have most likely come across two different devices for dealing with your hard water – a water softener and a water conditioner. These two devices, although they have similar names and are both designed to deal with hard water, are not the same thing. Here are a few of the main differences between these two methods of dealing with hard water in your home. Read More …