Want More Natural Looking Stone Than What Comes Out Of A Quarry? A Few Stone Supply Tips

Posted on: 18 October 2018

Stone; that hard substance so many people take for granted, and it is everywhere. That is why it is always amazing that people still choose to put quarried stone in their landscaping. If you want some stone, but you want a much more natural look to the stones in your yard, here are some places to look to get your all-natural stone. In the Woods If you are going camping anyway, why not hike around during the day to find some stones of various sizes?
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Keeping Ants Outside And Not In Your Home

Posted on: 6 September 2018

Invading ants can cause big problems inside your home, so you need to make sure that they never make it there. Ants are beneficial when they are outdoors, but indoors, they can contaminate your food and even cause health problems for some people. They come inside because they are attracted to the potentially abundant food and water your home could provide. Here are some ways to make your home less attractive to ants so that they stay outside rather than in your home.
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Options For Restoring Your Pool Deck

Posted on: 21 July 2018

The deck around your pool probably gets a lot of use. The chlorinated water, the sun and all of the foot traffic and fun can really put your pool deck through the wringer over the years. If your pool deck is beginning to look aged, it's time to get something done. Here, you'll learn about two of the more durable options for resurfacing your pool deck. Cleaning and Sealing Before you go and invest in resurfacing your deck, determine if you'll be able to restore the look with a good cleaning and sealing job.
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5 Ways to Make Your Birdhouse a Popular Winged Hangout Spot

Posted on: 11 June 2018

Garden decor birdhouses for sale are a fun way to enjoy nature right at home and to help your kids learn about the world around them. But you may need to do more than just hang a birdhouse outside in order to attract lots of colorful avian friends.  Here are 5 easy tips to make your feeder more bird-friendly. 1. Provide Staging Areas. Birds tend to be shy and cautious creatures.
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