How To Give Your Garden A Custom Makeover With A Xeriscaping Design

Posted on: 9 December 2016

The time has come to renovate the garden and you may want to have custom landscaping to improve the look of your home. Today, there are many modern styles that you can choose from for a unique look for your garden, such as xeriscaping and hardscaping. Xeriscape landscaping is the use of plants that are more tolerant to dry weather. If you want to have an interesting landscaping design with living plants, here are some xeriscaping ideas to give your garden a custom look:
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Remodeling Your Kitchen? Two Reasons Why A Tile Floor Is The Way To Go

Posted on: 18 November 2016

If you're remodeling your kitchen, one of the most important considerations you'll need to make involves which type of floor you will install.  While you may currently have a cement, stone, or even cobblestone floor, it may be time to take a look at the incredible benefits that tile has to offer.  Use this information to learn more about the reasons why tile is the ideal choice for your next floor.
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Landscaping Design Alternatives To Traditional Green Grass Lawns

Posted on: 27 October 2016

Green lawns have been a popular part of landscaping design. However, keeping your grass can be a problem if you live in a certain climate or have trees that keep grass from growing. Grass will also require a lot of care, which is why you may want to consider some alternatives to the traditional green grass lawn landscaping designs that are on every corner. Here are some landscaping alternative to consider to get rid of your grass troubles:
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How To Clean Pet Urine From Hardwood Flooring

Posted on: 7 October 2016

Hardwood flooring is an extremely popular and luxurious flooring option for your home, creating a natural and warm aesthetic in the rooms in which it is installed. However, despite its natural durability, hardwood flooring can be susceptible to damage from liquids. Pet urine is one of the most common causes of discoloration and damage to hardwood flooring, and can create unsightly stains and leave a lingering odor if not properly cleaned up.
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