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4 Things To Consider When Buying An Outdoor Fire Pit

There is nothing cozier than sitting around a crackling fire. A fire pit is an excellent way to stay warm while enjoying the great outdoors. Fortunately, you don't need to go camping to enjoy a nice fire. You can simply have an outdoor fire pit installed in your own backyard. Here are four things to consider when purchasing a fire pit: 1. Inlaid Or Free-Standing When purchasing an outdoor fire pit, you have the option to purchase a free-standing option. Read More 

Granite Countertop Guide

Many people choose granite as an alternative to marble for their kitchen countertops, and for good reason – it is less prone to staining than marble. The following guide can answer some of your questions about granite so you are an informed consumer when you go to pick out your countertop. How durable is granite? Granite has relatively tight pores, which means it is less prone to chipping and stains compared to more porous stones. Read More 

Searching For Greener Pastures: Three Steps To A Flawless Lawn

Many homeowners take tremendous pride in their landscaping and their yard. They want to have the best looking lawn in the neighborhood. Having a pristine emerald green lawn takes a lot of effort, though. Here are three steps to getting perfect turf. Mow Frequently Some people set their lawnmower to a low height, thinking then they won't have to mow it as often. While that may be true, scalping your lawn puts it at risk. Read More 

Common Dryer Problems And How To Repair Them

Your clothes dryer does a big job, drying all those clean clothes you just washed in the dryer. Depending on how much laundry you do, your dryer may be a very important appliance in your home. The last thing you need when doing your laundry is to find that your dryer isn't drying your clothes like it used to, forcing you to turn the dryer on for another 30-40 minutes. This can back up your laundry process, as your clothes in the washer now have to sit longer. Read More 

Help! How Can You Tell If Your Plumbing Pipes Are Broken?

The unfortunate truth is that unless you have x-ray vision like Superman, no amount of staring at the wall is going to help you see whether or not your plumbing pipes are broken. Fortunately, you can use your ears, your eyes, your nose, and a little bit of logic as a substitute for your lack of x-ray vision to determine whether or not those pipes are broken. Use Your Ears Read More 

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4 Things To Consider When Buying An Outdoor Fire Pit
29 September 2020

There is nothing cozier than sitting around a crac

Granite Countertop Guide
29 November 2016

Many people choose granite as an alternative to ma

Searching For Greener Pastures: Three Steps To A Flawless Lawn
7 October 2016

Many homeowners take tremendous pride in their lan

Common Dryer Problems And How To Repair Them
7 October 2016

Your clothes dryer does a big job, drying all thos

Help! How Can You Tell If Your Plumbing Pipes Are Broken?
14 September 2016

The unfortunate truth is that unless you have x-ra

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