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4 Design Trends That Are Coming Back

Design trends are cyclical. We all know it on some level, yet it is surprising to see a few of these dated design trends of the past making back to the top of the trendy list. 1. Avocado Green: The late 1960s and early 1970s were the years when our parents and grandparents installed those infamous avocado green appliances in their kitchens that were the butt of design jokes for years. Read More 

Exterior Window Coverings You Can Install To Increase Your Home’s Interior Comfort

Keeping your home comfortable all year long is a goal that all homeowner's face. As the weather outside fluctuates from hot to freezing, your home can lose and gain a lot of heat through its windows creating the interior to be less comfortable. Here are some types of window coverings you can install on your home's exterior to help you keep your home's interior more comfortable. Awnings Awnings mounted on the exterior of your home can provide a non-mechanical method to keep your home comfortable. Read More 

The 101 On Centipedes: Understanding, Preventing, And Treating These Leggy Insects

As a homeowner, you most likely understand the importance of periodic maintenance and repairs. From replacing a loose roofing shingle to repairing a broken window, these tasks are necessary for your home's function, appeal, and value. Unfortunately, you may not be placing enough time and energy into pest control. Considering the house centipede is a common insect in residential North American, learning how to identify and control these pests is smart. Read More 

Looking for Quality Furniture? 2 Things You Should Pay Attention To

As soon as you make the decision to replace that sofa or ailing dining room set, you might head to the store to peruse your options. Unfortunately, if you are like most people, it can be easy to get carried away with attractive d├ęcor, hypothetical living rooms, and the promise of saving a little cash. Before you know it, you might be greeting a delivery truck in your driveway. But will that furniture really last? Read More 

New To Weed Control? 2 Things You Need To Know Before You Start Treating Your Lawn

That lawn might look green from a distance, but how does it look up close? If you discover a yard laden with noxious weeds, you might be ready to head to the store, buy a bag of weed killer, and start piling it on without abandon. However, unless you understand what you are using and how to apply it properly, your efforts might be in vain. Here are two things you need to know about chemical weed control, so that you can make your lawn beautiful and lush again: Read More