How To Prepare Your Yard For Next Spring

Posted on: 24 October 2017

Have you been a little bit sad when you see the changes that are taking place in your yard? Perhaps leaves are beginning to fall off trees and maybe the plants that bore beautiful flowers are now dormant. Cheer up! Just imagine how fast the time flies and that spring will be here before you know it. A great idea is for you to use these fall and upcoming winter months to prepare your yard for next spring.
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Don't Forget These Features When Choosing Tile For Your Bathroom Remodel

Posted on: 22 September 2017

If your bathroom remodeling project includes installing a new tile surround for the tub and shower, you're in for a treat. You can have some really creative, pretty patterns added that will make your shower look lovely. However, the care needed for those tiles does need to be a consideration, as does the effect on the shower when it's actually being used. What looks great on paper may not necessarily translate to looking great when the bathroom is in use.
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Adding a Spare Bathroom? Here's Your Checklist for Success

Posted on: 29 August 2017

Whatever reason you have for adding another bathroom to your home, there are a few things that go into any great bathroom design; here are some starting places for planning a great add-on bathroom. Consult With Those Who Will Use the Bathroom Frequently Likely, you're going to be booting a family member into the new bathroom to make your current one less crowded. So, it makes sense to give that person the most input to design and features in the bathroom.
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Safety Tips for Usinga Portable Backyard Fire Pit Table

Posted on: 14 March 2017

If you are updating your backyard this summer with the addition of a portable fire pit table, then it is important that you know how to safely operate it. Without properly operating it, your new fire pit table will be a fire hazard and a danger to your children and pets. To ensure everyone's protection while operating your new fire pit table, follow each of these essential safety tips:  Only Place Your Portable Fire Pit Table in a Cleared Area With No Vegetation
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