Three Reasons Why Every Home Should Have A Covered Patio

Posted on: 15 March 2019

Many modern homeowners think of outdoor living spaces as basically an afterthought in the overall big picture of their households. For instance, they may have a patio with a barbecue and some outdoor furniture, and they may even use the space on a regular basis, particularly during the warm season. However, many homeowners don't realize how  much more valuable to the average patio will be if it's got an overhead covering — particularly if the covering is retractable to allow them to enjoy those beautiful spring and summer days when nothing feels quite as good as the sunlight shining on your face.
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How To Revive A Completely Dead Lawn

Posted on: 26 June 2018

There are a number of ways in which a lawn can die. Not having proper maintenance can kill anything, especially plants. The grass on lawns can die completely if it is not properly watered, especially in a hot climate. If you are fixing up a home or have newly purchased a home with a completely dead lawn, it is important for you to come up with a game plan. Reviving the lawn will also increase your curb appeal.
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Soft And Hardscaping Tips To Make Your Backyard Attractive And Useful

Posted on: 3 May 2018

Spring is the perfect time to work in your yard and spend time in the sunshine, as the cooler temperatures make it more comfortable outside. There may be many projects to complete in your yard, comprising installing a paved surface and planting new vegetation. Here are some tips to put together the right elements in soft and hardscaping of your backyard to make it beautiful and functional. Hardscape Features Your backyard will need to have paved areas and surfaces to keep down the mud and dust, for which you can install many different types of materials.
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What Is Repointing?

Posted on: 23 March 2018

Having a fireplace can be a lot of fun, especially when you are looking forward to a romantic night in front of the fire with your significant other. However, having that fireplace can also be a lot of work and responsibility. One thing that you are going to have to do is make sure that your chimney is in good shape. If your chimney is starting to break down, then you can run into trouble when you are starting a fire because your chimney may not pull smoke up the way it should or it could start to fall over.
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