• Why You Should Consider Epoxy Floors For Residential Applications

    17 September 2021

    Epoxy floors are generally seen as a type of flooring best left to professional kitchens and warehouses because they are extremely durable and are not thought of for residential applications. However, epoxy floors can be an excellent choice for some homes, especially industrial buildings that have been renovated into apartments. Aesthetics For residential applications, especially multi-level apartments, concrete floors are the gold standard because they are durable and can help with soundproofing so you cannot hear the people above you.

  • Some Possibilities For Your Garage Flooring

    20 July 2021

    When you are making improvements to your garage, you are going to need to choose the best garage flooring for your needs. Before you can choose, you will need to know more about some of the good options that are out there. Here is information on a few different types of flooring that may be good for your garage.  Concrete flooring is great for garages When you are thinking of redoing your garage's floor, you may be imagining going away from concrete.

  • 5 Gutter Guard Styles

    18 May 2021

    Gutter guards can help prevent clogged gutters and issues with roof drain. There are several different styles of guards to choose from. 1. Screens Screens are the most common type of gutter guard. They come in fine metal mesh or perforated metal or vinyl sheets. Generally, metal is preferred over vinyl because it is less prone to breakage and weathering. Fine screens can become clogged with debris, so they must be swept off more often than perforated screens.

  • How To Decorate Your Yard With Solar Leaf Windmills

    9 April 2021

    Whether you like the classic charm of a windmill or you want something that is whimsical, fun and almost constantly in motion adorning your yard, solar leaf windmills fit the bill. You can use solar leaf windmills in many ways in the yard, and while a majority of these windmills might not stand very tall, some of them can be several feet high and can create quite the centerpiece in your yard.

  • Spring Will Be Here Soon: How To Give Your Lawn The Treatment It Needs

    5 January 2021

    If you have a lawn, now's the time to start thinking about spring care. Your lawn might be in a dormant state right now, but it won't stay that way for long. As soon as the weather starts to warm up, your lawn will start to awaken from hibernation. When it does, you'll need to be ready with lawn treatment. Without the right care, your lawn won't look as lush and beautiful as it should.

  • 4 Tips for Buying Furniture That Works Great With Cats

    2 November 2020

    After moving to a new place, you may decide that you want to do a lot of furniture shopping to fill in empty spaces and replace existing furniture pieces. While you should make sure that the furniture you buy can satisfy your needs, you may also want to consider your cats. Material Although you may try to provide your cats with toys and scratchers throughout the house to meet their needs and keep them entertained, you may find that it does not always work.

  • 3 Tips For Saving Money On Perfume

    3 February 2017

    If you're like a lot of people, making sure that you smell good is probably important to you, and you might love using perfume to achieve the perfect scent. However, as you might have noticed, perfume can be very expensive. Luckily, if you follow these tips, you can save quite a bit of money on perfume while still ensuring that you smell great. 1. Buy Testers Many department stores and other stores that sell perfume actually sell "

  • Four Ways to Keep Lady Bugs Away from Your Home This Fall

    23 November 2016

    Lady bugs might seem cute and harmless, but when there are swarms of them covering your home in the fall, they quickly become an annoyance. If you notice some of these pests starting to flock to your property, there are a few easy ways to deter them from your home, and more importantly, keep them from finding their way inside. Seal all of the cracks and crevices in your home.

  • How To Bleed A Radiator

    26 October 2016

    Radiators are a common form of residential heating that make use of hot water or steam to provide heat to specific rooms throughout a house. However, over time air can become trapped in the pipes of your radiator, which prevents the radiator from providing heat to the room. Thankfully, if this does occur, all you have to do is bleed the radiator of the excess air to get it working again, a fairly simple process that only requires a few basic tools.

  • Prevent Exposed Plumbing That Leads To A Septic System From Bursting

    30 September 2016

    Prevent exposed plumbing that leads to your home's septic system from bursting during the winter by insulating it with the steps below. Once the pipe sections have been covered with insulating tape and a foam cover, water and liquid waste that runs through the plumbing will not be likely to freeze and cause the pipe sections to expand when they thaw out. Materials soapy water sponge towel metal file roll of insulated plumbing tape scissors measuring tape foam insulating sleeve wide thermal tape heat lamp Clean The Plumbing's Exterior And Secure Insulated Tape