5 Tips for Controlling Weeds in Your Yard

Posted on: 27 July 2016
Most homeowners desire a beautiful yard, but weeds have a way of popping up and causing landscaping problems. If you don't want to spend hours every month pulling a yard full of weeds by hand, it is important to have a weed control plan. Use the following tips to ensure that weeds don't take over your yard: Put Down a Weed Barrier If you are planning to landscape a dirt backyard, using a weed barrier in gravel areas will save you a lot of time in the future.
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What Your Windows Can Tell You About Foundation Damage

Posted on: 1 July 2016
Even though you might typically think of looking at the actual foundation of your home when looking for foundation damage, many signs of issues can be spotted within in the home. In fact, even taking a look at your windows can help clue you in to potential foundation damage. These are a few things to look for when looking at your windows if you are wondering if your home might have foundation damage.
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Some Pros And Cons To Aluminum Awnings

Posted on: 7 June 2016
Going out and sitting on your porch or patio is an easy way to get out of the house and enjoy some nice weather. However, if your porch or patio gets a lot of sun, sitting out there can be less than pleasant. If you are looking for a way to get some shade to make sitting on your patio or porch pleasant, awnings are one great way to do it.
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Palmetto Bugs Taking Over Your Property? Get Rid Of The Organic Mulch Volcanoes Around Your Trees

Posted on: 16 May 2016
If you find palmetto bugs in your home or crawling around your property, get rid of the organic mulch volcanoes around your trees. Palmetto bugs, or the American cockroach, can be a nuisance for many homeowners living in the south. The large bugs can come onto your property and hide in places with piles of trash, wood, and even mulch. These places provide cover for the insects so that they can breed and feed.
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