Update Your Patio For Winter Entertaining

Posted on: 30 November 2016

During the warm months, it may seem like you spend the majority of your time outside enjoying your patio. When the cold weather comes, perhaps you cover up your patio furniture and relegate yourself to indoor entertaining. However, your patio can be a usable space even during the cold months. Update your patio to facilitate entertaining in the winter months. Install a Fire Pit Perhaps the most obvious method for winterizing your patio is installing a fire pit.
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Garden Fountains That Have Given Up: Why And How Plumbing Work Can Help

Posted on: 2 November 2016

Garden fountains add beauty and a focal point to your yard. However, if you bought a home and property where the garden fountain does not seem to be working, you may need some help uncovering the problem. Start first with a plumber, since plumbing repair often fixes a majority of the issues with garden fountains that have given up. Here is how and why this might work. Water Access Is Cut Off
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Top 3 Signs Your Tree Needs To Go

Posted on: 13 October 2016

Do you have a tree in your yard that you're worried about? Do you want to know if the tree is safe to leave where it is or if it needs to be removed? Trees are beautiful, but they can also be hazardous under certain conditions. Most trees can probably stay where they are for an indefinite period of time. However, trees sometimes need to be taken out before they become a danger to both people and properties.
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3 Things You Need to Know About Clavos

Posted on: 19 September 2016

If you are in the market for something fun and simple to add a personalized look and style to your home, you should look into getting some clavos. Clavos are rustic, metal nails that can be used to decorate. However, if you feel that you don't know enough about clavos to use them for your decor, this article will help you out. It will discuss three things that you need to know about clavos.
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