Seeding Flowers Indoors: An Inexpensive Way to a Beautiful Summer Garden - dated: February 11, 2004 - author: Debbie Rodgers - Every year you plan that THIS will be the year you have pots and pots of lush plants on your balcony or deck. Then you visit your local nursery in the spring and reality hits -– the cost for your fantasy is just outrageous! Sound familiar? click here for full text.
Creative Landscaping with Railroad Ties - dated: July 2, 2004 - author: Jack Stone - Did you know that people are still using railroad ties for all sorts of decorative and functional purposes throughout their landscapes? You didn't? Well, where have you been? Railroad ties are used by landscape contractors as a main design component of landscaping both homes and businesses. The use of railroad ties make work easier for grounds maintenance. click here for full text.
Stainless Brass Door and Window Hardware - dated: May 10, 2004 - author: Ali Arnold - On a recent visit to Sidmouth in South Devon, an English seaside town with many lovely period buildings, it was noticeable that despite the houses and hotels being beautifully presented, very few had appropriate door fittings, which would have given the finishing touch. click here for full text.
Spring Maintenance: Gutter Tips - dated: May 8, 2004 - author: ThriftyFun.com - Spring is a good time to examine your gutters and see if they need to be cleaned. Here are some gutter cleaning tips. General Tips - Plan on inspecting your gutters twice a year in the spring and fall. click here for full text.
5 Ways to Deal With Lady Bug Infestations - dated: May 7, 2004 - author: LeAnn R. Ralph - Every fall, millions of lady bugs (or what seems like millions) swarm around my house here in west central Wisconsin, looking for a place to spend the winter. click here for full text.
The Perfect Porch Swing - dated: April 23, 2004 - author: Debbie Rodgers - Although porch swings can be purchased in a wide range of materials, the most common are wicker and wood. You can also make your own porch swing from one of the myriad of woodworking patterns available at garden centers, hardware stores, or on the Internet. click here for full text.
Inspecting a Home - dated: April 21, 2004 - author: Jim O'Keefe - Before you buy any house, take the time to thoroughly inspect the structure and mechanical systems. Costly repairs can often be avoided or at least anticipated by a preliminary inspection before a purchase offer is signed. click here for full text.
Homeowners: Kiss Your Keys Goodbye! - dated: March 10, 2004 - author: Steph - I always like to hear about new ideas that really work well, are easy to implement, and not expensive. Here’s one that is so simple, you’ll wonder why more people don’t do it, that is install a digital door lock on the doors in your house. Hey, these work great on cars—why not houses? click here for full text.
Blinds 101 - dated: October 27, 2003 - author: Lawren Gournay - Ever shopped on line for blinds, shades, or shutters and were confused by all the different products and prices? This page should help. We are currently working on Window Shades 101 and Plantation Shutters 101 to help with your plantation shutters or window shade decisions. click here for full text.
Decorate your Outdoor Space without Breaking the Bank - dated: August 15, 2003 - author: Debbie Rodgers - Noted English clergyman Sydney Smith (1771-1845) is quoted as saying, "Economy in the estimation of common minds means the absence of all taste and comfort." But finding thrifty ways to decorate your outdoor living space doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice either of those things. Here are some ideas to help you: click here for full text.
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