With the arrival of spring, its time for some spring lawn care. Before its time to start mowing again, take a moment to replace any dead spots in your lawn. This can be done with seed or sod. To help prevent the pooling of water, fill in depressions with dirt before adding seed or sod. Taking these steps will keep your lawn looking its best.
It’s important to show your home some love to maintain and protect your investment. Here are 7 easy & inexpensive DIY home updates you can make in a weekend.
- Purchase new doormats
- Replace your exterior light fixtures
- Update or add kitchen cabinet hardware
- Install new front door hardware
- Add a front door security camera
- change your bathroom mirrors
- Make flower pots and hanging baskets
Reading Time: 1 minuteFreezing temps are here, and with that comes freezing pipes! To prevent freezing pipes, take a moment to detach and store all outdoor hoses and spend a few dollars on insulated faucet covers. Taking these steps now will prevent costly damage and repairs that happen when pipes freeze. You’ll be glad you did it!
Reading Time: 1 minuteAutumn’s colder weather evokes thoughts of a cozy fire on a cold evening. Before Winter arrives, check your fireplace and chimney for damage & hazards. Make sure to clean your fireplace, flue and chimney to prevent any unwanted and potentially disastrous chimney fires. Here are some FAQ’s from the Chimney Safety Institute
Reading Time: 1 minuteWith summer 🌤️ almost over and fall rain ⛈️ on the way; now is the time to clean and inspect your gutters and downspouts. Make sure to flush them with a hose to ensure they are draining properly, and find and seal all leaks 💧 especially at the joints. Taking this step each fall 🍂 will help to protect your roof, eaves, and foundation from water damage.
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