Posted in Homeowners on May 18, 2020
Americans scrapped 11.5 million vehicles back in 2013. However, instead of sending an old car to the junkyard, upcycling scrap parts and turning them into something new for your garden can be an eco-friendly and creative way to spruce up your yard. From tire flower beds to truck bed benches, here’s how you can make the best of scrap car parts and turn them into something totally new.
Posted in Gardening on May 06, 2020
Gardening is not just good for your mental wellbeing — it can make a significant difference to your health by helping you to lose weight. In fact you can burn between 300-600 calories per hour in your garden. That’s the equivalent of two McDonald’s Big Macs. The different tasks involved in gardening, such as weeding, pruning trees and raking use different muscle groups, helping to tone your body.
Many peoples love to do gardening as well as having a dog or any pet. We know dogs are gentle. They don't harm debatably. But sometimes they can ruin your garden without even realizing it. So you need to dog-proof your garden. In this article, you will get to know about How to you dog-proof your garden.
No matter where you live, whether or not you have land for a garden, growing basil is something you can do even in the smallest apartments. This herb grows perfectly in pots or containers that you can put on your balcony.
Whether you’re selling Austin real estate or a rural townhouse, curb appeal is still important. Your home’s exterior is the first thing potential buyers will see, and they will likely formulate their first opinions based on it. As a result, how a buyer sees the rest of your home will likely be directly influenced by your home’s exterior. Due to this, it is extremely important that your home’s exterior looks attractive to potential buyers. If your lawn and yard are a mess, you are probably wondering how you can improve its appeal to potential buyers. Thankfully there are steps you can take and areas you can address to improve your home’s curb appeal. Here is how to give your lawn a makeover.
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Posted in Gardening on Feb 28, 2020
Most people know the benefits of a good night’s sleep, but taking a nap can also be beneficial for your health and well-being. Most people think that napping can disrupt nighttime sleep, but a Harvard study has shown that taking short naps in the afternoon resulted in better sleep quality at night. Moreover, having a 45-minute siesta also improved the participants’ cognitive test performance. Carving out time for a good nap is important, but it’s also essential to have a restful place for a short snooze. Your garden can be the best place to take an afternoon nap, and with a few design tricks, you can set it up to create a peaceful sanctuary where you can enjoy a short slumber. Here’s how to create a cozy napping spot in your garden.
Posted in Gardening on Feb 25, 2020
Did you know that the problematic Japanese knotweed was first brought into the country in the early 19th century as a decorative plant? Over the years, this weed has been causing mayhem by spreading to all kinds of properties. The UK has become a hot spot for infestation of this weed. It is not only difficult to deal with but it also grows at a quick pace. If left unchecked, the Japanese knotweed has the potential to do serious harm to the structural integrity of the property.
Posted in Homeowners on Feb 20, 2020
Warm weather and moist conditions can result in fungal pathogens and mold growth in your backyard. Mold growth immediately ruins the aesthetic appeal of an otherwise healthy, green lawn. Moreover, mold can be harmful to health — exposure commonly results in sinuses, wheezing, and red or itchy eyes or skin, the CDC advises. If you notice mold and mildew growing in your backyard, there are ways you can control the problem with natural and non-toxic solutions without resorting to harsh chemicals.