How To Repair Holes In Your Window Screens

Posted on: 23 March 2015

If you have holes or rips in your window screens, you want to repair them, so you can enjoy the breeze without letting mosquitoes inside. Plus, if you have badly damaged screens that were slashed by your dog or kids, they look bad from the outside and may even get you in trouble with the local code enforcement or home owner's association. You can hire a contractor to replace your screens, or you can fix the damage yourself. [Read More]

3 Signs That It Might Be Time For A New Boiler

Posted on: 6 March 2015

Boilers are typically designed to last for many years, and since a new boiler can require a rather large investment, you might want to make your unit last as long as possible. Unfortunately, a boiler won't last forever, and even if yours is still producing heat, it might still be time to look into a replacement. You can always call a boiler repair company to come out and take a look at your unit, but if you are dealing with any of these things, now might be the time to get a price quote for a new system. [Read More]

Three Landscape Design Tips For Beginners

Posted on: 26 February 2015

With thousands of plant, flower and grass combinations to choose from, landscaping can be a very enjoyable creative outlet. Unfortunately, it can be pretty daunting. But whether you're landscaping a townhouse stoop, a sprawling lawn for a home, or a neatly trimmed business yard, a well-designed landscape should always start with a little planning. Here's a look at some landscape design tips for beginners. Tip #1: Plan Ahead This step may sound simple, but it's incredibly crucial. [Read More]

2 Ways To Clean Vinyl Flooring In Your Home

Posted on: 18 February 2015

If you have vinyl flooring in your home, then cleaning it regularly is important so that it stays looking as nice as possible. Here are 2 easy ways to clean your vinyl flooring without a lot of effort or expense. Use a Steam Mop Luckily, vinyl is one of the easiest types of flooring to clean because it cannot warp, crack, split, or break in the same ways that wood and laminate can. [Read More]