Own A Pool? Don't Drown In Liability Worries
27 January 2015
Owning a pool can provide hours of sunny fun, but it can also be a risk, so you need to be prepared. Someone can easily get hurt or worse playing around a pool, and you want to limit who can get in and out. There are a few different ways you can create a safer pool, and you can make the property around your home safer for all.
With the addition of a security gate, an alarm system, a security cover, and motion lighting, you can more easily monitor the activity in your pool.
The Dos And Don'ts Of Using Drip Irrigation For Your Home's Landscaping
21 January 2015
Having a drip irrigation system installed on your property can be a great way to keep your landscaping healthy without having to go through the hassle of watering each individual plant, tree, and shrub yourself. Whether you're considering having such a system installed or have recently moved into a home with an existing drip irrigation system, there are some things you'll need to know in order to get the most out of the system itself.
Vinyl Siding: Exploring The Pros And Cons
20 January 2015
Vinyl siding is arguably the most popular and one of the most beneficial siding options you can choose for your home. However, before installing vinyl siding on your home, it is important to take the time to carefully consider both the pros and cons that come along with this exterior siding option. By taking the time to review this information outlined below, you can be sure that you are choosing the right siding options for both your needs, and the needs of your home.
How Gutter Guards And Screens Can Cause Problems
15 January 2015
Cleaning out your gutters can be a chore, especially if your home has two or more stories on it. While you might think the easy solution is to install gutter guards, they may cause more harm than good. Here are some of the ways gutter guards may be problematic on your home.
Screen Mesh Guards
This type of gutter guard works best if your only problem is large leaves. The leaves will either collect on top of your gutter guard, or eventually wash off the roof when it rains.