Tips For Growing A Wildflower Garden

Whether you are planting a single garden bed or trying to grow an entire meadow, wildflowers can provide a shock of bright yet low maintenance color to your landscape. The following tips will help you integrate the wildflowers into your landscape with the least amount of effort or trouble. Tip #1: Pick a regional mix Before purchasing a mix of wildflower seed packets, make sure the selections in the mix grow well in your area and aren't considered an invasive species. Read More 

The Differences Between Window Replacement For Your Sunroom And For Your Conservatory

Many people tend to confuse a sunroom with a conservatory. A conservatory is made almost entirely of glass panes and looks more like a greenhouse attached to your home. A sunroom is more enclosed, and more closely resembles an interior room with floor to ceiling windows. The differences do not stop there, and it is important to know the differences in the event that you need glass and window replacement for either of these rooms. Read More 

6 Reasons To Buy A Rug Pad For Your Rug

If you have purchased a rug to accentuate your decor, you may be wondering whether or not you need to buy a rug pad. Although you may not want to spend the extra money to purchase a pad, a pad can be a great investment. Here are a few reasons why: Floor Protection Without a pad under your rug, rough fibers can scratch your floor. In addition, a heavily pigmented rug can transfer some its dye to your underlying flooring. Read More 

Two Of The Most Common Ways To Ruin Your Carpet While Cleaning It

A dirty, stained carpet can make a pretty bad impression of a home. Depending on where it is, an unsightly stain could be the first thing you see when you walk in the door. Unfortunately, it's easy to make a mistake when cleaning your carpets. Your best intentions of removing a stain could actually lead to ruining your carpet. Here's a look at two of the most common ways people can actually ruin their carpet when attempting to clean it. Read More 

A Quick Guide to Fixing a Flat Tire on a Riding Lawn Mower

Your lawn mower, just like your car, can get a flat tire from time to time. With a few supplies and a proper work area, you should be able to repair the flat tire on your riding lawn mower pretty quickly.  Park Your Riding Lawn Mower On a Flat, Level Work Surface When the tire on your lawn mower goes flat, as soon as you notice it, you need to drive it to a flat, level work surface. Read More