Tips To Take Back Control Of Your Lawn And Prevent Weeds

Posted on: 13 October 2016

If you spend a lot of time weeding your lawn and garden beds, try some tactics to help curb the growth of common weeds in your landscaping. Sometimes, the way that you care for your yard and garden actually perpetuates weeds and encourages this unwanted growth. Some common weeds that can take over your lawn are: Dandelion. Crabgrass. Creeping Charlie. White Clover. Try these landscaping tips to help prevent your grass and gardens from being taken-over by unwanted weeds—and to save you some effort and energy in maintaining your yard:
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Clean An Irrigation System's Emitters, Filter, And Internal Components

Posted on: 19 September 2016

If a couple of the irrigation emitters that are connected to your property's irrigation system have debris stuck inside of their openings, you may have noticed that an inadequate supply of water is emitted from them when the system is turned on. Clean the openings with the following steps in order to increase water flow. Materials bucket warm water mild detergent chlorine bleach thin tube brush handheld scrub brush water hose replacement filter Remove The Clogged Emitters And Soak Them In A Cleaning Solution
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Debunking The Biggest Myths About Residential Water Softening

Posted on: 22 August 2016

You wash dishes and are left with a ring of lime deposit on your sink, your skin feels odd after a shower, and you are seeing more problems than usual with appliances like your washing machine and hot water heater. All of these point to you having a major issue with hard water in your home. While most people know how to recognize hard water, many have no idea how simple it is to alleviate the problem.
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Is Your Existing Ductwork Suitable For Installing Central Air Conditioning?

Posted on: 26 July 2016

You've been toughing it out in the warm temperatures for long enough, and you've decided it's time to have a home central air conditioner installed. While the cost of installing a central air system into a home that doesn't have a cooling system can be expensive, having it in place adds about 12 percent to your home's value. This can be key if you plan to sell your house within a few years -- and in the meantime, you'll be staying cool.
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