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Learning to Garden: It is Easier Than You Think

I used to pull into my driveway after work every day and wish I had beautiful flowers growing in my yard, like many of my neighbors. My parents didn't garden when I was a child, and I thought it was a talent that just didn't run in my family. I decided "what the heck?" one day and started researching gardening tips. I learned how to plant the right flowers in the right places, so they get just enough sunlight. I also learned a lot along my gardening journey, and I now have a beautiful yard filled with flowers that I planted myself! I decided that I wanted to create a blog that helps everyone realize that they can have the yard of their dreams. I hope you learn a lot here that helps you finally have a yard that you love!


Four Unique Kitchen Renovation Ideas

When it comes to renovating your kitchen, you may be looking for unique ways to make it look beautiful. With the help of your contractor, you can build your dream kitchen and give it a few surprising touches to impress your guests. Here are some options to consider. Transform The Breakfast Bar If you don't want to use your breakfast bar for meals, consider reserving the counter space for meal prep and installing a dining nook on the exterior side of the bar. Read More 

Lattice, Stone and More: 3 Awesome Combinations of Fencing Materials for a Custom Look

When it comes to the fence of your home, you may want to have a custom design that is unique and provides your home with privacy. Instead of a plain fence with some of the most common materials, consider combining stone, wood and metal to create a modern fence design with a unique appearance. Here are some awesome ideas that you may want to consider combining different fencing materials: 1. Half Masonry and Half Fence Design for a Custom Look Read More 

Defining Dry Rot And Understanding How Dry Rot Repair Applies To Your Home’s Siding

  If you hear someone mention "dry rot," you might be thinking that such a thing is not possible. After all, rotting things need moisture to rot, right? Well, actually, yes and no. Most fungi involved in the decomposition process do require moisture and wetness, but there are spores that can "eat" their way through dry boards if the conditions are right. Here is more on dry rot, and how dry rot repair applies to your home's siding. Read More 

Want to Beautify Your Home on a Small Budget? Hire a Painter for Minor Projects

Investing in a remodel is one way to see noticeable change within your home, but you might not have the budget to make substantial additions or improvements for this to happen. While you may think that the easiest solution is to save up money until you have enough to undertake a project, it is possible to take on more affordable missions that will still have a considerable impact on your home. Read More 

Scrap Metal Primer: Reaping The Rewards Of Recycling

A variety of commercial enterprises leave money on the table by failing to recycle all the scrap metal they can. But rather than a symptom of laziness or apathy, this is probably due to the unfamiliarity most business people have with metal and the recycling industry. Take a few moments to familiarize yourself with the basic metals that are suitable for recycling, and learn which ones are likely worth your time and labor to transport to a recycling facility. Read More