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If it’s starting to seem like you have more things to store than places to store your things, consider investing in a versatile, reliable piece of storage furniture. The extra space you’ll get from a strategically placed shelving unit, bookcase, cabinet, or rack can help reduce clutter ...
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This article was crafted with the help of Brandon Rushing of B. Rushing Lawn and Landscaping, Inc. Maintaining an attractive lawn can be tricky enough when the weather is on your side; when the weather doesn’t cooperate, your job is even more difficult. Drought ...
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Even though it might not feel like it outside, spring is just around the corner, and with that comes the annual spring cleaning extravaganzas. Like many animals, we tend to hibernate during winter, and while we stay cozy inside, our houses’ upkeep can fall by the wayside ...
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Whether you prefer to grow beautiful flowers and trees or a selection of your family’s favorite fruits and veggies, it takes a lot of time and effort to manage a garden. The last thing you want is a horde of these insects literally eating away at all of your hard ...
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The sticker price on a quality remodel can be shocking. After labor, insurance, supplies, and other incidentals, the tally can rise much further than you’d hoped. Because of these factors, it can be tempting to cut corners. On smaller jobs in particular, you might be thinking about ...
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With warmer weather just around the corner, quality time in the backyard is soon to be on the rise. However, if your yard feels more like the not-so-great outdoors, now is the time to think about revamping your outdoor space with a backyard project or two. Transforming your lawn ...
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To keep a luscious lawn without devoting all your time to maintenance, all you need to understand are the very essentials of lawn care: watering, weeding, and fertilizing. Once you get the hang of it, watching the grass grow might get a little more interesting. Watering No ...
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Now that the new year is in full swing, the Super Bowl and Valentine’s Day are over, and there isn’t a holiday to look forward to for another month, there is little left to distract us from the dreary, damp, desolate (okay, so maybe it isn’t that bad) flu season, ...
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The snow that covered your lawn for most of winter has melted, and you notice that the grass is looking a little tall. You have some time on your hands for the first time in a while and decide you’re feeling brave enough to lug your old lawn mower out ...
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The mosquito is one of the least-loved insects that inhabit our planet. If you’re tired of lighting citronella candles and covering yourself in DEET from head to toe just to hang out on your lawn, then consider putting your faith in a different winged creature—the bat. Bats have never ...
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