Talking Grass | What The Condition Of Your Lawn Could Tell You About Your Sprinkler System

Posted on: 7 July 2015
The whole reason that most homeowners install a sprinkler system on their property is to keep their lawn and landscaping looking lush and healthy. However, if your sprinkler system is outdated, lush and healthy may be the last thing that you get from your grass. If you familiarize yourself with what would cause your lawn to look less than pristine, you can better understand what may be wrong with an outdated sprinkler system.
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5 Helpful Tips For Storing Musical Instruments In A Long-Term Storage Unit

Posted on: 17 June 2015
Renting a storage unit can be a fantastic way to gain access to more room for your belongings, but it's crucial that you focus on how to keep the contents of the unit clean and in good condition while they're packed away. If you're planning on storing any musical instruments, it becomes even more important to keep the instruments in good shape. The following five tips can help you prepare your instruments and ensure that they can be tucked away without problems arising in the future.
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Getting Your Windows Ready For Summer

Posted on: 28 May 2015
Summer is just around the corner, and in most of the country that means it's time to focus on keeping the inside of your house cool and comfortable while outside temperatures rise. Running your air conditioner uses electricity and costs money. There are other things you can do to keep your home cool that will be easier on the environment and on your budget. Your windows may be letting in heat and letting cool air escape from your home.
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4 Plants You Shouldn't Have In Your Yard

Posted on: 5 May 2015
When you start designing your backyard and adding different plants and flowers, you will probably want to add as many plants as you can find. Unfortunately, there are some plant varieties that you shouldn't have in your yard. This includes plants that are unstable, are troublesome, spread of diseases, or are toxic and can cause rashes. Here are some plants to avoid adding to your yard's landscape. Sweet Autumn Clematis This may seem like a beautiful plant to have in your yard, especially when it starts to bloom to show clouds of florals along the rapidly-growing vines.
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