It is never a bad idea or a bad time to invest in your home and capitalize on the benefits of home improvement. But sometimes DIYers have to ask themselves, "Is this really worth my time?" When is it smart to DIY and when is it time to outsource? We want to suggest a list of DIY projects that give you a great return on the investment of your time and your money.
It's DIY Time!
Painting - One of the easiest ...
Curb appeal is all about first impressions. First impressions can be nearly impossible to reverse or undo. And all it really takes is a glance of about 3 seconds for someone to form a first impression of your home or business based on the outward appearance. So make a great first impression with these curb tips:
Boost Your Curb Appeal
Lawn: The simplest way to boost curb appeal is to have a well manicured lawn. Healthy looking, weed free trimmed grass, clean lines around walkways and ...
Fall - do you feel it in the air yet? Pumpkins, caramel apples, bonfires, s'mores, colorful autumn leaves, chili, football, hot chocolate, hay rides and warm sweaters - the time has arrived! But first, use this time of transition to mark a few of these items off of your home checklist:
Put Away Summer Gear: Inspect your summer gear for damage and clean it before storing it away until next year. Make note of any items that need to be replaced ...
Just like you wouldn't attempt to clean your driveway with a toothbrush, you shouldn't attempt to complete a BIG landscaping job with only a shovel and wheelbarrow! Big landscaping jobs often mean moving around a lot of materials. Without the right equipment, this can be time-consuming, exhausting, and back breaking. Let's talk about machines that can save your time and your back!
This is a small and compact excavator that is suitable for residential landscaping projects. They are easy to maneuver around smaller areas, which ...
Keeping your landscaping looking its best throughout the entire summer can be a challenge with the high temperatures we experience here in the South. Summer landscaping can be a big job, but if you do your research and follow these tips, you can have great success.
DO: Water Deeply to the Roots
Ideally, your lawn should receive the equivalent of about one inch of rain per week during summer months. Only a few times a week, water with a deep soak so that the water ...