All Do-It-Yourself Projects
Basic lawn care like mowing, fertilizing, and watering on a regular basis is important to maintain a healthy lawn. In addition to these basic lawn practices, other projects like aerating, dethatching, and overseeding your lawn each year will ensure a thriving yard. Today’s featured topic is lawn aeration.
Whether your trees are young or old, tree trimming is almost inevitable if you are a homeowner. Proper tree pruning and tree maintenance is important to overall tree health and can enhance the beauty of any landscape. Today’s topic is tree care and trimming.
Refinishing floors can be a highly rewarding project, bringing warmth into your home and making it more welcoming. If refinishing your floors isn’t an option, installing new flooring may be an option for you. Today’s topic is installing or refinishing floors.
Carpet adds warmth, color, texture and pattern to any home. But in order to maintain its lifespan, carpets require regular maintenance and upkeep. Today’s topic is deep cleaning carpet.
Fall is the perfect time for lawn care. Cool fall temperatures slow growth and moist soil encourages root development. Put in a little yard work now for an extra healthy lawn in the spring.
From strong winds to heavy snow, the elements often take a toll on trees, posing hazardous situations for people and property. Unsafe or dead tree removal and tree branch removal can help eliminate a threat.
Don't neglect your garden this fall. Preparing your garden for winter offers huge benefits. The soil is dry, warm and workable, saving you from the muddy mire in the spring. Plus, allowing nutrients to marinate in the soil through the winter will make a big difference in the success of next year’s garden. Prepping your garden in the fall will free up your time for other intensive projects in the spring. No need to touch the soil again until you're ready to plant.
Don't lose energy and money this winter. The best way to reduce the cost of heating your home is to make sure your home is efficiently insulated.
Every fence needs occasional maintenance to keep it both looking its best and functioning properly. If your fence could use some repair, here’s how to best get it done without having to shell out the money to replace it.
You don’t have to spend large sums of money to reap the benefits of having a patio in your yard. If you have the will, there’s a way to do it yourself and have a professional-looking outdoor space to host dinner parties or sip a warm cup of coffee in the mornings.
There are a number of ways to spruce up your yard, even if you’re on a budget. All you need are the right tools. Here are a few of our backyard improvement ideas and the tools you’ll need to improve your yard in no time!
Decks, patios, fire pits — there are endless ways to make your backyard a good-looking and functional place for family and friends to gather and enjoy the outdoors. Here are the tools you’ll need for designing an outdoor space.