If your patio is covered with dirt, debris, or other materials, a pressure washer can help. The patio material really doesn't matter; this product works well on wood, concrete, pavers and brick. You do not need to put additives in the pressure washer, although for tough stains, you can try including a detergent in the solution.
Posted in Homeowners on Nov 28, 2017
Many people who own a backpack leaf blower are unaware as to how to use it correctly. And this inefficient use of the machine can not only lead to accidents but also increased air and sound pollution. Below, we look at five tips that can help you use the blower the right way and enable you to avoid such potential problems.
Posted in Homeowners on Nov 06, 2017
Today's homes are as much about outdoor living as they are about the interior space. Having a beautifully designed garden and driveway can create the perfect space for relaxing or entertaining. Whether you keep it relatively simple or add water features, pathways, sculptures, or other design elements, it is important to choose the right lighting for your garden.
Cutting down a tree in your yard should be a last resort, and in many areas there's laws preventing you from doing so. A common reasons why it may be absolutely necessary is that the tree is dying and could fall and injury people or property. Cutting down a tree can be extremely dangerous. Because of that, it is usually a good idea to hire a professional to do it for you. If you are thinking of doing it yourself, however, you need to invest in the right equipment for the job.
Although snakes can actually be beneficial for your garden (they often prey on pests that eat your plants, like mice and beetles), they can also be extremely dangerous for your family and your pets. So let’s take a look at some natural ways to keep snakes out of your yard!
Posted in Homeowners on Sep 07, 2017
The rise of online shopping seems relentless but, when it comes to a product as substantial as a garden building, should people visit a physical garden centre - or is choosing a shed, greenhouse or pergola in front of a laptop or mobile phone just as satisfactory?
Posted in Homeowners on Sep 05, 2017
So, this is potentially one of my favorite pallet projects. It is comprised entirely of reclaimed materials including pallets, cushions, pillows, and the fabric that is almost "reclaimed". The fabric is located at the end of the spool remnants, and the cushions were created using used baby mattresses. The pillows are reclaimed pillow material, so it is a very simple item to build.
Having a perfectly striped lawn is something a lot of people want. While acres and acres of grass aren’t environmentally sustainable, a little lawn tucked in between pollinator-friendly perennials and a kitchen garden can improve the value of your home, provide a place for pets and kids to play, and look really nice.
Leaf blowers have been around for decades. You may be surprised to learn that this handy device was invented way back in 1950 by a Brazilian-born engineer named Aldo Vandermolen. In recent years, battery powered leaf blowers have taken over the leaf blowing world. Let's take a look at some of their advantages...
Posted in Homeowners on Jun 26, 2017
The utilization of whole house water filters around the house will help guarantee cleaner water in the shower and good quality water for cooking; the guarantee of safer household water from all the taps. The filtration system should cater to all your household's water filtration needs all handles by one efficient system that manages your water filtrating it as it enters your home before it reaches every tap.