Lawn-Free Landscaping Ideas

Posted on: 19 April 2016

Does the idea of constantly mowing a front lawn sound like a less than ideal way to spend your time? For some people lawn care is enjoyable, but for others it feels like a waste of time. If you see a lawn as a pointless waste of space, water, and time, there are other options that can be just as attractive – if not more so. The following ideas can inspire you.
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Three Things To Look For When Inspecting A French Drain System

Posted on: 8 April 2016

If you're a homeowner who is installing a French drain system in your yard, you're taking a great step toward keeping your yard and home safe from being overwhelmed by rainwater. But as simple as French drains are, they aren't maintenance-free. They do need periodic inspection to ensure they aren't failing and haven't become damaged. Here are three things you need to have the drain system inspected for on a regular basis.
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Two Radiant Floor Heating Myths Busted

Posted on: 16 March 2016

Warming your home during the long winters can be a constant battle. While modern heating systems can be highly effective at keeping your home the temperature that you want, there are many different types of heating systems available, and you might find this selection to be overwhelming and confusing. This can result in you putting faith in some erroneous ideas about this heating option. In particular, the following two notions may be discouraging you from making the investment to install this type of heating system in your home.
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A Quiet Remodel: Soundproofing Your Home

Posted on: 19 February 2016

Life is noisy, and sometimes just getting through your workday can hurt your ears and make your head hurt. When you get home, you need some peace and quiet. Unfortunately, your walls are thin or your plumbing gurgles. Instead of wearing earplugs every night, you can undertake a modest remodel that will "soundproof" your home. Openings Experts explain that no action will make your home less noisy unless you first find and fill the cracks and holes that allow outdoor noise inside.
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