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Fall Protection Equipment Every DIY Homeowner Should Have In Their Garage

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You may think that as long as you have a ladder and the necessary tools, you can tackle just about any task that arises in or outside or your home, regardless of the height of the particular project. However, from going after roofing problems on your own to taking tree topping into your own hands, jobs that take place up off the ground present the dangerous threat of falling and getting injured. Read More»

4 Great Plants For An Edible Xeriscape Garden

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Xeriscaping is a method of landscaping or gardening that conserves water or that requires little watering beyond rainfall. It can involve planting species that are tolerant of drought conditions, or replacing features like water-guzzling lawns with plants that are low-maintenance and hardy. Although xeriscaping is popular in drought-prone areas where official water conservation measures are in place, it can be used anywhere and in any climate to reduce water waste. For gardeners who want to incorporate xeriscaping into their landscaping project and who want to grow more of the food they eat, here are four edible plants that don’t need much water. Read More»

Keeping Small Animals And Birds Out Of Your Fireplace Chimney

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If you have a fireplace in your home, you most likely enjoy the warmth of a crackling blaze during cold temperatures. During the times your fireplace is not being used inside, the chimney portion may become a hideaway for small creatures. To keep birds, mice, squirrels, and raccoons from taking up residence inside your chimney, using precautionary steps to make the area less attractive and accessible is necessary. Here are some tips you can follow to make sure your chimney does not become a home for furry and feathered friends. Read More»

2 Household Items That Will Put Less Stress On A Septic Tank

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For homeowners that use a septic tank, it is important that you do not overburden the tank with things that should not go through your home’s plumbing. You may not realize it, but it’s even possible for certain dishwasher detergents to have a harmful effect if you are not careful. If you want your home’s septic tank to last a long time, use these two products. Septic Tank Friendly Toilet Paper Read More»

What's That Green Stuff? How To Remove Mold From Your Plaster Walls

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Excessive moisture in your home can cause mold to grow in your home. Unfortunately, mold can wreak havoc on plaster walls, especially if it isn’t removed quickly enough. As mold grows, it can cause the plaster to weaken, which may cause it to peel away from the wall. Mold can also cause health and breathing problems, especially if you haveasthma or allergies. If you’ve discovered mold growing in your home, don’t panic. Read More»