7 January 2016
One of the most common questions people ask about their water softener is whether or not potassium chloride can be used in a system that's been using sodium chloride, and vice versa. The fact of the matter is that the answer is almost always yes, but there are subtle differences between the two chemicals with respect to water softening. Here are some key differences between the two. Cost For many customers, the decision on whether to buy potassium chloride or sodium chloride comes down to cost.
14 December 2015
If you hate discarding or wasting the leftover fabric and remnant material from your holiday sewing projects, don't dismay. There are some clever and cute ideas that make good use of your extra fabric, and some may even inspire you to pick up a couple fat quarters from the fabric store to complete these great gifts right away! Some holiday projects, perfect for fabric remnants or fat quarters, include these ideas:
19 November 2015
Just because it is wintertime does not mean that you want to be cooped up inside. Getting out during the winter will require some planning and set up, but it will give your family the option to enjoy all seasons on your deck. If you want to have a fun night in the backyard during a white winter, there are some ways to get the backyard ready for a long night of family and fun.
26 October 2015
If you have a large family or entertain frequently, you may have considered investing in a second oven; a kitchen remodel is the perfect time to make this a reality! As you do your research and assess your needs, here are five ways in which double ovens can make your life easier. Increased Possible Quantity The increased possible quantity of food that double ovens provide is not only helpful on special occasions where you have a lot of guests, such as Thanksgiving, but in getting your everyday cooking and baking done in half the time.
7 October 2015
One good thing about the arrival of autumn is you don't have to mow your yard as often, since grass growth slows down. However, it doesn't mean you should neglect your yard. In fact, taking good care of your yard in the fall helps your grass get off to a good start the next spring. Here are a few fall lawn maintenance tips that keep your grass healthy. Rake Leaves