Tips for keeping your lawn mower running well

Posted on: 1 December 2015

Your lawn mower is one of the pieces of machinery that you own that will take the most beating. Over time, it will receive a lot of use and may encounter different obstacles along the way, such as tree roots and stones. Eventually, parts will begin to wear and break if they are not properly looked after and maintained. This can lead to expensive repairs and replacements, as well as having to replace your lawn mower sooner than expected, which could be a big hassle if you do all your landscaping yourself and don't use a commercial lawn mowing service. [Read More]

4 Tips for Building a Safer Deck

Posted on: 17 November 2015

Many homeowners undertake adding a deck to their homes as a DIY project. Some of those DIY decks collapse due to mistakes that were made during the construction process. This article discusses some tips that you should implement if you want to build a safe deck. Use Bolts Instead of Nails Many people attach their decks to their houses using nails. This is because nails are very easy to insert (using a nail gun, for example). [Read More]

What to think about regarding the chemicals that are needed in your new swimming pool

Posted on: 3 November 2015

A swimming pool is a something that exists in many homes throughout the world. If you're thinking of getting one, or if you've just moved in to a property that has one, you need to know about chemicals used in swimming pools. One thing that is essential for a pool to work properly and be safe to use is that the chemicals in the water are distributed and maintained properly. Maintaining your pool water's chemical levels doesn't have to be complicated, but it's important that you are aware of what needs to be done to keep your pool in top condition. [Read More]

3 Important Factors to Consider When Deciding on a Solar Hot Water Heater

Posted on: 23 October 2015

A solar hot water heater can significantly reduce the amount of money you spend on utilities every month, as a home's hot water heater is often one of its largest consumers of electricity or gas. Having a solar hot water heater also means cutting down on pollution that is generated at electrical plants, and not having to worry about whether or not you've paid your electric bill! Before you decide on a solar hot water heater for your home, note a few important factors to consider. [Read More]