Toddlers & Fireplaces: Four Safe Options That Can Last For Years

Posted on: 17 January 2017

It's safe to say that toddlers and fire don't mix very well. Because of this idea, many parents may be hesitant to use or install a fireplace in the home. Just because you have a child in their toddler years does not mean that you should give up on the idea of having a fireplace. They are great for relaxing, reading, and enjoying family time together. The best way to manage a toddler and a fireplace is to choose one with options that can add extra safety and protection in your home.
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Aspiring DIY Landscaper? What You Need to Know About Topsoil & How to Choose the Right Type for Your Lawn

Posted on: 16 January 2017

While it will take some hard work, DIY landscaping is far from impossible. While you may be eagerly hunting for the beautiful plants and flowers you would like to plant in your lawn, it is important to learn about soil first, because those beautiful plants and flowers will not thrive without good soil providing them the nutrients they need.  A little bit of the right topsoil mixed in with the soil already present in your yard will create a great "
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Dealing With An AC Unit That Leaks Water

Posted on: 16 January 2017

If you live in Florida, Texas, or another southern state, then you may find your AC system invaluable. You likely run the system all year long and enjoy the cool air in your house for months on end. If you do this, then you may notice that the air conditioner leaks water sometimes. This can unfortunately cause a great deal of moisture to build in your home and mold to form in your basement.
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2 Common DIY Landscaping Design Mistakes & How To Avoid Them

Posted on: 16 January 2017

If you just moved into a new home you love, yet you are not in love with the yard, then you may be eager to begin sprucing it up a bit. You may even be planning to embark on your first DIY landscaping venture to turn that dull yard into a plush, flower-filled paradise. Don't make the mistake that many first-time gardeners do and just run to the store, purchase a bunch of flowers, and begin planting them in your yard.
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