Seven Environmental Benefits Of Artificial Turf
16 January 2015
Those who are deciding between a real grass or artificial turf lawn should be aware of the environmental benefits of using artificial turf. Having artificial turf instead of real grass can not only benefit your property through improving convenience and appearance, but it can also decrease a property's carbon footprint.
The following are seven of the major ways you'll benefit the environmental by opting for artificial turf as lawn cover:
Take Care of Your Crepe Myrtle with Planting Parties
12 January 2015
If you live in the south and prefer a colorful view while sipping sweet tea from your porch, consider the crepe myrtle. From added value to displaying a distinct style, the crepe myrtle is a great option for a southern landscape that requires additional curb appeal. With proper design and maintenance, landscaping with trees, shrubs, and flowers offers a 100 to 200 percent return on your investment. Using this guide on the valuable, colorful, and appealing crepe myrtle, you will be a true southern belle.
Signs That Your Well Pump Is In Trouble
6 January 2015
As a homeowner, it is important to make sure that you are making sure that your well pump is in perfect working order at all times. To help you with this, it is important to make sure that you are learning all that you can about the signs of a troubled well pump.
Lack Of Water
If you go to turn on the sink and notice that there is no water coming out, you might have a well pump problem on your hands.
Never Underestimate A Small Spot Of Mold Or Fungal Growth In Your Home
31 December 2014
Most homeowners today have heard something about mold and its associated dangers. More information is known today than ever before about mold spores and their unhealthy side effects. Maybe you have found a tiny spot of mold growing behind your sofa or maybe you found a little patch behind your washer and dryer. If you think because a patch of mold is small it is not formidable, you might want to think again.