It’s been a while since we heard the cicadas’ song, but spring 2013 brings their return to the East Coast. Emerging this month only to reproduce, they may cause harm to your home’s landscape. Read on to learn what you need to know about this insect invasion and what you can do to prevent nearby environmental damage.
Natural homemade insect repellents are a great alternative to chemical-based ones. Store bought natural repellents cost a pretty penny, but not to worry. You can easily and inexpensively make your own, and most of the ingredients might already be around your home.
A few extra steps can go a long way to lengthening the life of your mower and achieving that ballpark-like lawn.
Learn more about the pros and cons of your different roofing materials so you can build an amazing dream home.
I’m sure a lot of you are itching to get your plants in the ground and started. However, there’s a couple of things you need to do to ensure that they’ll get the nutrients they need. Not to worry because I’ve got everything you need to get your garden soil ready for planting.
Let’s take a look at five popular window styles so you can get a better idea of how they might fit your home. From picture and bay to casement, double-hung, and awning, there’s a type of window that fits your home-style.
Whether replacing your counters is part of a larger renovation project or just one update you want to do in your kitchen, eco-friendly counter tops are a smart upgrade.
Recently, I sat down with Mike Lyon, vice president of operations at Quicken Loans, to get more insight on the common reasons why loans get suspended and how to set the right expectations for clients during the mortgage process. In part one of this interview series, we focus common mortgage problems and how to prevent them.