Improving Your Yard Each Day

Why You Should Put Artificial Turf In Your Yard

There's nothing like having a beautiful yard to make a house come alive. No matter how gorgeous the actual home may be, the condition of the landscaping is going to determine whether or not the property truly sings. If you've been looking at your yard and thinking about making some changes to it, adding some flowers and well-trimmed foliage can certainly help to improve things. However, one of the best things you can do for your yard is put in some artificial turf.   Read More...

How To Create An Attractive, Kid-Friendly Lawn

If you've just purchased your first single family residence and are looking forward to raising your children there, you're probably envisioning relaxing on the patio with your spouse as you watch your children playing on the lawn. However, when lawn grass is used as a primary play surface, pesticide and herbicide use needs to be kept to a minimum -- otherwise, tender skin may become irritated by the exposure to chemical used in these products.   Read More...

3 Tips To Make The Most Out Of Electrical Installations When Finishing A Basement

Finishing the basement of your home will give you valuable space that you will use for anything from theater rooms, extra space, mechanical and home automation rooms or for an in-law suite or apartment. The electrical wiring is something that you will be installing and upgrading, and there are some things to consider benefitting your basement, as well as other areas of your home. Here are some tips that will help with your electrical wiring design when finishing your basement:   Read More...

5 Simple Winter Lawn Care Tips

Some people look forward to winter because it means finally getting a break from all that yard work. But that doesn't mean you don't enjoy a healthy lawn, right? If you really want to sit back and enjoy the winter months guilt-free while looking forward to a lush, green lawn in the springtime, here are five simple things you can do. Weed Weeds can get aggressive in order to survive. If you leave them in place, they'll consume whatever nutrients remain in your soil during the coldest part of the year.   Read More...

Winterize Your Garden

Gardens take a lot of work. It's a shame to spend an entire season caring for your garden to have your plants and soil ruined by the snow and ice of winter. Here are tips for you to winterize your garden to prepare it for the next spring season: Why Winterize Your Garden? Winterizing your garden prolongs the life of current plants and gets the ground ready for the next sean. Anyone who lives in an area that experiences frost, freezing temperature and snow should always winterize their garden.   Read More...