Fall Is Coming...And So Are The Pests

Posted on: 15 September 2016

The arrival of fall means that pests are moving into your home. The best way to keep pests from taking over your home is to take action before the weather starts to cool down. Here are some tips that you and your family can put to use to keep pests out of your home.    Check and repair the weatherstripping. Weatherstripping not only helps to keep cool and warm air from entering your home, but it also helps to keep pests out.
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It's Not Rhubarb: Tips For Spotting And Removing Burdock From Your Yard

Posted on: 22 August 2016

When it comes to managing weeds in your yard, one of the most important things to consider is your ability to recognize what is a weed and what isn't. For example, burdock is commonly mistaken for rhubarb, but it's an invasive nuisance that will suffocate the roots of your landscape. In addition, it releases thousands of seeds each season in small burrs. These burrs will stick to all kinds of things, including animal hair and clothing.
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What To Consider Before You Begin Planting Landscape Trees

Posted on: 26 July 2016

Trees can form a major component in any home landscaping plan. They aren't just attractive, though. They can also make your home a safer, more pleasant place to live and play. The following are some things to consider if you are planning to plant trees around your house. Do you need to block wind? If you live in a windy area, then trees that can help block the wind are a definite plus.
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Tips For Preventing Bacterial Growth In Your Hot Tub

Posted on: 29 June 2016

Getting the most enjoyment from your hot tub means you need to know how to keep it safe from harmful bacteria. By taking the time to learn more about how you can prevent bacteria from living in the soothing water of your hot tub, you can always look forward to soaking in it without worry. Check out these tips for helping you keep your hot tub a clean and healthy environment.
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