Winter-Friendly Landscape Design

If you live in a climate where winter is harsh, designing a landscape that can weather the winter while still looking beautiful in the summer is a challenge. Here are some easier winter-weather landscape-design ideas that will look great no matter the season. 1. Choose plants where winter is the show season. Large evergreen trees are not an option for most city and suburban homes, but you can still enjoy a green landscape when you opt for shrubs that stay green during the winter. [Read More]

When Professional Drain Cleaning Or A Plumber Is Necessary

If you have a slow drain in your home, you may try some amateur remedies first. When one drain isn't working correctly, this can mean there is some simple buildup in your drain. You can try to remove the clog using a drain snake, or a liquid chemical mixture designed to break up tough clogs. Some people use a mixture of baking soda and vinegar on slow drains, and this can be effective at breaking up clogs that are close to the opening of the drain. [Read More]

Understanding The Fundamentals Of Commercial Pavement Preservation

As a small business owner, putting your best face forward is essential to overall customer satisfaction. One of the key considerations for that is ensuring that your parking area is clean, safe and well-maintained. That means putting money, time and effort into preservation and maintenance for your parking area. Your paving contractor will help you determine the care necessary, but the more you know about the preservation process, the easier it will be for you to address those needs. [Read More]

3 Reasons To Consider Central Air Over Window-Mounted Units

Picking out a new air conditioning system for your home can be a bit complicated and confusing, usually because there is a wide range of air conditioners on the market that all seem to offer their own set of benefits. Listed below are just a few of the reasons to consider a traditional central air system over the available window-mounted units. Quiet A major problem with any window-mounted unit is that it can be quite noisy when it is operating. [Read More]