Fenced In

Posted on: 7 March 2015

Having a fence installed is a costly, necessary, and permanent addition to any home or business. Consider this guide to fence types before you make this important decision. Privacy We live in a busy world where neighbors (and their noses) are closer than ever. Good fences make for good neighbors as the saying goes. The right fence will establish a border of privacy by clearly determining your property line, and interrupt the line of sight into your home. [Read More]

How To Repair Damaged Window Screens

Posted on: 26 February 2015

Window and door screens are a useful accessory to any home. They allow you to feel like a part of the outdoors, without having to get the outdoors inside your house. Because they are the barrier between your home and the elements, they can often sustain various damages that impede their efficiency. Here are a few ways to make the most of your screens and prolong their lifespan. Cleaning If the problem with your screens isn't that they're broken but that they're old, worn or dirty, the first thing you should do it try cleaning them. [Read More]

Draw Attention To An Egg Hung By Decorating Your Local Park's Gates

Posted on: 19 February 2015

If you are the head of the recreational committee at your local park, add excitement to the Easter egg hunt that is being planned by decorating the gates that surround the area where it will be taking place. Use some basic materials to complete this task. On the day of the event, the children will be thrilled to see the festive adornments that you have created. Use The Following Items [Read More]

Dust Off Your Air Conditioner To Help Control Dust

Posted on: 12 February 2015

If you're having a tough time with dust in your home, you might want to consider your air conditioner as a secret weapon. While air conditioners can't eliminate dust, they can remove at least some of it if the dust is sucked into the air conditioning system. However, you do have to ensure that the air conditioner stays in good shape so that it can have some effect. If you never maintain the air conditioner at all, you could end up merely redistributing the dust, rather than removing it. [Read More]