Tips For Choosing Paint For Your Living Room Walls

If you want to completely change the look of your living room, one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to do so is by painting the walls. Many people do not understand the power of paint, but in just a couple of days you can transform a room. The key to having your living room painted is to choose the right paint and the right color palette. Use the following tips to help you choose paint for your living room walls. Read More 

How To Fix A Frozen Garage Door

If you live in a colder climate or moved to one, you should expect an occasional frozen garage door. The ice, snow, and cold can wreak havoc on your garage door. Water accumulation at the bottom of the door commonly freezes and refreezes causing the door to get stuck.  Prepare to Unfreeze the Door To unfreeze the door, gather: two five-gallon buckets ice scraper shovel  hair dryer, space heater, or heat gun kitty litter or rock salt  silicone lubricant Never try to force the door open, such as by kicking or with a pry bar, no matter how fast you need to leave, Otherwise, you will risk damaging the door. Read More 

Reasons Why A Commercial Parking Lot Needs Regular Tree Care

Many commercial establishments enhance the appearance of their business by maintaining one or more trees on their premises. Trees are sometimes situated near a parking lot to produce a more pleasant environment for visiting customers or clients. However, mature trees located around a commercial parking lot require maintenance on a regular basis. For many individuals, the ease of parking is an important part of the overall customer experience. Note how customers almost always park in the parking spaces closest to the entrance of a business. Read More 

How And Where To Add Fiberglass Insulation

There aren't many easy way to add insulation to a finished home. That is, when your walls are drywalled, textured, and painted it is hard to add insulation after-the-fact. However, there are usually a few places that you can easily add insulation. Often, the places where you can add insulation are actually the places that need the most. For instance, the walls between unfinished attics and basements are often uninsulated and unfinished. Read More 

3 Questions To Ask A Contractor Before Drilling An Irrigation Well

An irrigation well supplies the water that is needed for watering plants, crops, and other greenery. The well water must undergo many of the same tests as the wells that are used for household purposes, including a check for the pH levels. If you are planning to have an irrigation well drilled, here are some questions to ask before approving the well. Can Your Water Supply Support the Irrigation Well? Read More