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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!

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Water from the Well: Three Ways to Get It

Collecting water in a well is not a new idea. In fact, it is the oldest way on the planet to get water, second only to getting water from a river. Wells are the only means of getting water when people live too far from a source of fresh water and cannot get water from a city water system. If you are now faced with having to dig a well to get water, there are three ways through which you can extract your water once you have a licensed contractor complete the digging of the well. Read More 

4 Tips For A Successful Relationship With Your Architect

If you have recently decided to renovate a large portion of your home or build a brand-new house, chances are you are going to need to hire a professional architect. Your ideas combined with an architect's expertise can help ensure that your vision comes to life within your budget while also meeting all the necessary regulations and codes. Here are a few things to keep in mind to ensure that the collaboration with your architect goes smoothly. Read More 

Keep Your Building Safe With Sealant Repair

Whether you own a large business or an apartment building, keeping your building watertight is an essential component of good building maintenance. Caulking breaks down over time. When you ignore small leaks in your building, this is only going to lead to bigger problems with water getting into your space. A caulking professional will take a careful look around your building and remove any old caulking that needs to be replaced. Read More 

Traits To Look For In A Basement Window If You Want To Use It As An Escape Point

When you wish to replace one of your basement windows, there are several things that you should think about. One topic that might not cross your mind but that you should think about anyway is whether the window might be conducive for escaping in an emergency. This is especially true if your family spends a lot of time in the basement. For example, if there were a fire on the ground floor of your house, or perhaps even a break-in, you'd want to be able to get out of the house — and the basement window might be your best option. Read More 

5 Things To Do To Get Your Home Ready For Winter

The leaves are falling – winter is quickly approaching. Is your home ready to withstand what winter is about to put it through? In this article, you'll find a few things that you should do before winter hits full-force. Roofing Before winter hits, your roof should be clear of all debris and inspected for any potential problems. Lifting and torn shingles, failing seals around vents, and clogged gutters all need to be rectified before snow falls. Read More