How To Prevent The Formation Of Fiberglass Pool Bulges

If you want to have an in ground pool professionally installed on your property, then you may consider choosing a fiberglass model. Fiberglass is considered durable, aesthetically pleasing, and easy to maintain. Your pool is likely to last for several decades with little maintenance. Although this is true, your pool may show signs of bulges over time and this may cause the fiberglass material to crack. This can result in the need for major repairs. Read More 

Prevent Fire Damage From These 3 Hidden Dangers

More than 12,500 people are injured in fires each year, and property-loss amounts can reach $7.3 billion. Most people are aware of the more common causes of fires like space heaters, candles, cigarettes, and cooking hazards. But some threats are a little less obvious. The good news is you don't have to be a statistic. Here is more info on three hidden fire hazards you may not be aware of, and what you can do to keep your home and loved ones safe. Read More 

Picking Paint Or Stain? Which Is The Best Option For My Backyard Deck

From the endless backyard barbeques to an impromptu camp out under the stars, your cedar backyard deck has been the spot where countless family memories were made. Unfortunately, all that foot traffic and spilled ketchup has taken its toll, and now it is time to slap on a new finish. The only questions that remains before you get started can change the whole appearance of your deck: paint or stain? Don't invest in the wrong materials for your deck, environment and lifestyle and instead, here are a few tips to ensure you make the best choice: Read More 

2 Ways To Prolong The Life Of Your Automatic Garage Door Opener

You begin your morning commute the same way every day—by opening your garage door and pulling your vehicle out of your garage. For this reason, it's necessary that you take time to ensure that your garage door assembly is properly maintained. One of the most fragile components of your door assembly is your automatic opener. To ensure that your automatic opener lasts as long as possible, perform these maintenance tasks: Read More 

How To Build A Raccoon-Proof Fence For Your Garden

Raccoons look like tiny bandits with their black masks. If you have ever tried to grow sweet corn, then you already know they live up to their stereotype as bandits ready to raid your garden at night. These creatures seem to have a sixth sense for when the corn is ripe and flock to the garden to devour your fresh corn. Although they sometimes alert you to their presence when they make a trial run to test the corn, they often swoop in under the cover of night and destroy the corn patch before you even know they are there. Read More