The Four Steps To Successful Spring Landscaping

Posted on: 19 June 2017

Every season brings about different needs for landscape maintenance. It's important you are able to differentiate between all the different seasons and landscaping needs to make your home landscaping thrive all year round. This is especially important to pay attention to in the spring when maintenance for landscaping is most important since this is the time of year when everything starts to grow back and a successful spring leads to an even more successful summer and fall.
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How To Care For Granite

Posted on: 14 June 2017

Granite is a beautiful stone slab material that is one solid piece. It can be used in multiple ways around your home, but most commonly it is used in countertops. Granite can begin to look unsightly if not cared for properly, as it can begin to soak in things like spilled juice or water spots, causing it to mar the surface. Prevent this from happening to your beautiful countertops by taking good care of your granite.
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Tips For Keeping Bees In A Residential Neighborhood

Posted on: 8 June 2017

If you live in the suburbs and have decided to set up a beehive in your backyard to collect honey, then there are some things you must do before placing your hives. Since keeping bees in a residential area with close by neighbors poses a few extra challenges over keeping them in an orchard or on farmland, taking some proactive steps before getting your hives will greatly reduce any negative issues you may have to deal with.
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Five Don'ts To Keep In Mind When Cleaning Your Metal Roof

Posted on: 5 June 2017

If you have a metal roof, you may want to clean it annually. That keeps your roof looking visually appealing. In addition, regular cleaning also makes it easier to stay up to date on maintenance, as you can take note of issues and attend to them right away. If you don't clean your roof, you may not notice some of these issues, and they may get worse. To be effective, however, there are a few cleaning and safety mistakes you may want to avoid.
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