3 Things Homeowners Need To Know About Annual Bluegrass

Posted on: 12 July 2016

Annual bluegrass is a common weed that you may discover growing amongst your grass. Here are three things homeowners need to know about annual bluegrass. What does annual bluegrass look like? Annual bluegrass looks somewhat similar to regular grass since it's a type of grass weed. Its leaf blades are generally yellowish-green, so you'll be able see lighter patches in your lawn where the regular grass has been displaced by annual bluegrass. [Read More]

Spruce Up Dull Picture Frames With These 5 Easy-Peasy DIY Tips

Posted on: 13 June 2016

If you are like a lot of people, somewhere in your home or storage space, there is a cardboard box or plastic tote filled with old picture frames that are a a little too dull to use in your current decor. Yet, you just cannot seem to get rid of these frames because you just know one day, you will come across a fun project, idea, or some type of use value. [Read More]

2 Ways To Help Your Houseplants Thrive

Posted on: 19 May 2016

Many people love the way that a live plant can add beauty to an interior living space. However, even though plants are beautiful and help promote clean air within a space, they must receive proper care in order to thrive. Most people have witnessed the demise of a houseplant. Drooping or falling leaves, mold or insects on an indoor plant can indicate that the plant is dying. Here are a few things that you can do to help keep your house plants in optimal condition: [Read More]

Strategies That Can Keep Pests Away From Your Home

Posted on: 23 April 2016

When it comes to pest proofing your home, it's important to start outside. Although you're concerned with critters such as mice and insects making their way into your home, you might inadvertently be encouraging them to approach the walls of your home, which can then lead to them making entry. While you should always call a pest control service if you believe that your home has an infestation, the following three steps can reduce your risk of having such a problem. [Read More]