3 Repair Tips for Fixing Your Outdoor Water Fountain

Posted on: 31 March 2015

Outdoor water fountains are a great feature to have in your yard since it promotes a calm environment that is relaxing and enjoyable for yourself and your guests. Spending time in your yard will also feel cooler during hotter days of the year. Overall, you will enjoy your backyard space a bit more. However, you need to be careful that you are making the right repairs to your outdoor water fountain to ensure that it continuously runs efficiently.
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Three Ways To Bring Worn Slate Roofing Back To Life

Posted on: 19 March 2015

Slate roofing is a material that can last for many years, but can eventually become worn and need repairs. Some slates may need to be replaced, cleaning may need to be done, or you may need to have the entire roof replaced. Some slate roofing materials may be hard to replace, which is why many people choose to have slate roof restoration done to keep the original slate that was used on their roofs.
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Calming Your Child's Allergies: Start At Home

Posted on: 9 March 2015

If your child has mild allergies and you don't want to put them on a daily prescription medication, there are things that you can change with their daily habits and around your home to help reduce symptoms. A lot of the allergy issues may be around them all year round, and not just seasonally. It's important that you take care of your home properly, especially where they sleep, to help prevent symptoms for the problem.
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Anthracnose: A Disease Every Tree Owner Should Know About

Posted on: 26 February 2015

While many tree diseases, such as Dutch elm disease and walnut blight, are species-specific, anthracnose is a disease that can affect many different types of trees and shrubs. If you have trees of any sort on your property, knowing a little about this common fungal infection can help you prevent, identify and treat it as needed. What causes anthracnose? Anthracnose is caused by four different species of fungi. Different species of anthracose fungi affect different variety of trees, but the symptoms are similar regardless of the species.
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