Reasons Why You Should Be Thinking About Residential Heating In Summer

Heating your home is the last thing you think about in summer. After all, it is already so hot you can barely breathe or move. Thinking about creating more heat or about furnaces only makes you feel more hot and sweaty. However, there are some very good reasons why you should be thinking about your residential heating in the middle of summer. Fall Comes Quickly Summer months are often quite short, unless you live in the southernmost part of the country. [Read More]

3 Tips For Designing A Beautiful Old World Kitchen

Old world kitchens are one type of style in traditional design. Such a kitchen offers a warm and inviting ambience because it channels bygone eras. Naturally, old world kitchens are common in older homes. However, you can infuse your new kitchen with old world charm by layering key elements of the style. Highlight Architecture Old world kitchens often started with a classical foundation in architecture, featuring beamed ceilings and arches. You can have trim added to your ceiling for a beamed or even coffered effect. [Read More]

How To Control Weeds Around Your Entire Yard

There's nothing more beautiful than a perfectly manicured, luscious green yard with gorgeous flower beds and blooming flowers and greenery throughout it. Sounds beautiful, but then suddenly there's a handful of pesky weeds that multiply like crazy and, if not taken care of, can take over your entire yard ruining all that beauty. Get rid of the weeds and prevent them from returning by following the tips below. Weeds In The Lawn [Read More]

How To Tell If You Have Mice In Your Home

Suspecting you have mice is no fun. Whether it's because you're hearing sounds in the dark or because you think you've found some rodent droppings, you need to know if you have an infestation or not. By knowing what to look for, you'll be able to determine if you have the presence of mice in your home. Rodent Droppings Rodent droppings are very small and dark. Mouse droppings are the shape of very small grains of rice. [Read More]