Tips For Caring For Your Hot Tub

Posted on: 16 May 2016

If you are lucky enough to own a hot tub, chances are good that you want it to be in full working condition whenever you want to use it. Here are some easy tips for maintaining and caring for your hot tub so that it needs to be serviced as infrequently as possible. 1. When Refilling Your Tub, Cover the Filters With Nylon When you are refilling your tub after draining it in order to clean it out, cover all of the filters with panty hose or nylon garters.
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How To Choose The Right Tree To Plant On Your Property

Posted on: 29 April 2016

Planting trees on your property may be something that you are considering, especially if you want to increase the amount of shade that your home gets during the day. Whatever the case, it's important to know what types of trees are going to work best, depending on where they will be planted and what you expect them to add to your landscaping. Here's how to choose the right tree for your property:
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Live In An Area With Bumpy Roads? 2 Tips To Help You Get The Roads Repaired

Posted on: 11 April 2016

If you live in an area of the country that has bumpy roads, you know how much of a nuisance it can be to traverse them.  You may find yourself hitting potholes on a regular basis, and possibly damaging your car in the process.  Maybe you've become fed up with it and are ready to put forth the effort to try to get the roads repaired.  Use these tips to learn more about what you can do to increase the chances of your city or county approving the upgrade.
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Two Methods For Repairing Seawalls

Posted on: 23 March 2016

Water is one of the most persistent of Mother Nature's forces. Water can wear through clay, rock and even cement. Creating a structure to stand up indefinitely to the force of constant water pressure is impossible. Even the strongest water retaining structures, such as seawalls, break down over time. There are proven methods for stabilizing seawall structures that have been weakened by constant exposure to the sea. Two of the main ones are explained here.
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