As homeowners, we take on projects to make our spaces more functional. To make our homes aesthetically pleasing and more “us.” And, let’s be honest, to increase our home’s value. We know that if we update a bathroom or a kitchen, for example, we’re going to
Oh, Mother Nature, you are one tricky lady! A few weeks ago, you enchanted us with a string of beautiful days of sunshine and warm weather, leading us to believe Spring had really sprung. Our thoughts turned to getting outside and beautifying our surroundings.
Maintaining a beautiful yard and garden can be a daunting task. It takes a tremendous amount of work. We plant, water, fertilize and weed. But no matter how meticulous we are in the care of our landscape, we do share the great outdoors with an abundant number
March 20th may have heralded the official start of spring, but the weather as of late doesn’t exactly inspire us to get out in the yard and whip it in to shape (hello rain and snow!). Alas, we all know the saying – “April showers bring May flowers,” and
Everyone wants to be that house. You know…the one in the neighborhood with the impossibly lush green lawn? The reality is that attaining such a status requires thoughtful planning, a lot of hard work and consistent maintenance. Read on for some tips that will