Now Is The Time To Trim: Avoiding Bird Laws When Dealing With Dead Trees

If you've got a dead or dying tree in your yard, don't wait until winter or spring to get it off your property. Have it evaluated now and removed if necessary. This goes beyond trying to remove a tree before winter weather does anything to topple it -- what you're trying to avoid are birds. Birds nest in trees, and in many areas, native birds are protected during nesting season, which is generally anywhere from late winter to late summer, depending on the region. Read More 

Mid-Summer Maintanence Tips To Help Improve Your Air Conditioner’s Efficiency

The middle of summer is not a good time for your air conditioner to stop working or work less efficiently, as the hottest days of the year are usually just around the corner. After your home's air conditioner has been running strong for several weeks or months, it may need a little work or cleaning. Here are some tips you can complete on your own to help the efficiency and cooling ability of your air conditioner. Read More 

Need Embroidery Work Done? Some Tips On Doing This Yourself Or Hiring A Company To Help

You can use embroidery in many ways, such as to make gifts for your family or for home décor. If you have always wanted to learn how to do this, you have the option to choose hand embroidery or hiring a company to do machine embroidery. Below is some information about each of these so you can make your decision: Learn How to Hand Embroidery Because you have never embroidered before, you should consider starting out learning to do it by hand. Read More 

3 Signs You Should Choose A Glass Railing For Your Deck

Even though many people think about wooden railings when they think about deck railings, there is another choice that you can also look into: glass. These are a few signs that this might be the best type of railing for your deck. 1. You Have Small Children Do you have small children? If so, you might like to let them go outside and enjoy the fresh air and the view, but you might be worried about them getting hurt. Read More 

Mildew And Algae Guide For Vinyl Siding

Most homeowners opt for vinyl siding because it looks good and requires very little maintenance. This is why it can be disconcerting if the siding begins to develop black or greenish discoloration. The culprit is usually mildew, algae, or moss. The following guide can help you better understand the problem so you can fix it and prevent it from happening again. Common causes Mildew, moss, and algae needs damp and shade to grow. Read More