23 June 2016
You may think that pigeons are no big deal until they begin to make your own property their home. Pigeons tend to be year-round nesters, which means they don't fly south for the winter or seek another home until the one they have becomes unpleasant for them. Since pigeons can raise several babies in a single year, imagine how quickly a few pigeons can turn into a large mess for you.
26 May 2016
Mold growth can occur in your home due to high levels of humidity or moisture, and is extremely common after water damage has occurred. However, there are a number of things that you can do around you home to help prevent the development and spread of mold and mildew. Ventilation Good ventilation is a great way to reduce the amount of humidity and moisture within your home. Opening the windows within your home during the summer months allows for cross breezes to develop, allowing fresh air in while carrying damp, stale air out.
2 May 2016
Garage doors are expensive things. That means that, when most people invest in a good garage door, they expect it to last for many years. Unfortunately, however, garage doors don't always last for as long as their owners would prefer. And, even if they do last for several years, no garage door can last forever. That is why it is important to pay attention to your garage door and to know the warning signs that it's going bad and that a replacement is impending.
5 April 2016
Longleaf pines grow in sandy or clay soil, can live for hundreds of years, and feature distinctive, twisting segments of long needles. The longleaf pine was once plentiful in the United States but has since dwindled in numbers. If you have a longleaf pine on your property, taking care of the tree can help preserve one of the nation's most beautiful tree types. Taking care of your tree includes monitoring the longleaf pine for signs of insect infestations that can cause harm to the tree.
3 March 2016
If you really want your yard to look great this summer, you need to take care of your lawn during the transition from winter to spring. Here are three things you can do during that transition period that will help your yard thrive come summer. Rake Your Yard Once the snow has melted and the days have started to become warmer, it is time to rake your yard again. There are two different reasons why raking your yard in the spring in important.