Tips For Bringing In Cold-Sensitive Outdoor Plants For The Winter

Posted on: 18 November 2015

It's that time of year again. Temperatures outside are dropping and the beautiful cold-sensitive potted plants that you use in your residential landscaping must be brought indoors. These tips will help you bring in your potted plants for the winter, so they'll be alive and ready to go out again when the spring comes. Make Changes Gradually Bringing your potted plants inside your warm home after being outside in the cold air can shock your plants and cause wilting, yellowed leaves or even death.
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Vinegar And Your Septic System: Here's How It Can Help

Posted on: 2 November 2015

If you are searching for something simple and cost-effective to give your plumbing a good cleaning--specifically your septic system--you probably have what you need in your kitchen cabinet. Vinegar is an excellent cleaning agent. It can help to clean your home and your septic system all in one swoop. Instead of using all of those harsh chemical cleaners found in stores today, make the switch to a mild cleaner with vinegar. Not convinced that vinegar can help?
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Fiberglass Doors Are Great For All Fixtures

Posted on: 15 October 2015

Many people don't think of fiberglass when it comes to their home. Wood composite doors are obviously much more common and popular on interior doors while solid wood doors are common on exterior door. however, there are several perks to using fiberglass doors in both interior and exterior doors. It is a great material for homes and properties of all types. This article explains a few of the advantages of fiberglass doors.
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5 Common Radiator Problems And Their Solutions

Posted on: 1 October 2015

If you use a boiler to heat your home, you know how detrimental it can be for it to stop working. When it does stop working, you should work with an experienced contractor to fix it. However, there are some common problems that occur with boilers, and knowing them will allow you to spot the signs and be prepared in case of a breakdown. 1. No Pressure or Low Pressure
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