Six Strategies To Spruce-Up The Looks Of Your Pond

If you have a pond on your property, natural or man-made, give it a fresh face for summer. A pond can be the perfect spot to sit and reflect, drink coffee in the morning, or unwind at night, but there are some ways that you can make it even more of a focal point and spectacle in your yard. Six ways to bring new life to your pond are: 1.Install a fountain. Read More 

Why You May Not Need An Pressure Regulator With Drip Irrigation

Drip irrigation is the most water-efficient way to keep your lawn green or your garden productive, but you can't simply connect the equipment to your outdoor spigot and just expect it to work. Pressure regulators are widely recommended as absolutely necessary for home irrigation, yet that may not be true. Find out why pressure regulators are recommended and how to actually figure out if you need one or can save a little money by skipping the part. Read More 

Trying To Keep Your Infant’s Nursery Quiet? What To Know

If you feel like your infant can hear all the noises from outside their window and everything that's going on inside the house, there are some things that you can do. You want to be sure that you can stop them from being woken up during the day and night from outside noises, but do it in the safest way possible. Here are some things that you can look into at a low cost and will be safe for the baby. Read More 

4 Tips For Keeping Bugs Away From Your Outdoor Light Fixtures

Your outdoor light fixtures are great for adding a touch of decor to the outside of your home and providing necessary lighting for convenience, comfort, and safety when you're hanging out outside or entering or exiting your home in the dark. Unfortunately, though, they can also be great at attracting all sorts of insects. Even though insects can be drawn to the light, there are a few things that you can do to help prevent bugs from flying around your outdoor light fixtures. Read More 

How To Install A Whole House Fan

If you want an alternative to central air, consider installing a whole house fan. A whole house fan circulates hot air outside to the attic, while keeping cool air inside.  A whole house fan commonly runs on two speeds, which only opens the louvers while the fan is operating. Preventing the warm air from getting back into the house. It is possible to install the fan yourself by following these tips. Read More