Five Reasons To Have More Plants In Your Home

Home & Garden Blog

Plants have been used inside the home both for practical and decorative purposes for centuries, but many home owners now don't think to include so many pots in their design concepts. If you'd like to change things up a bit and add something more to your interior style, why not consider a few more house plants? It's a cheap way to make a big difference, and you might be surprised by just how much of a difference it can make.

6 January 2017

Bust The Rust | 3 Tricks To Make Ghastly Rust Miraculously Disappear From Your Metal Blinds

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Some people like the appearance of metal over their window frames, but the development of rust can be incredibly irritating. Steel or iron blinds are particularly vulnerable to rust when exposed to elements. Even though aluminium is more resistant to rust, the material can end up showing signs of corrosion in a humid environment. This guide furnishes you with tricks to make ghastly rust miraculously disappear from your metal blinds.

27 October 2016

Protective Coverings | 3 Shrewd Plots To Outfit Exterior Windows With Weather-Tolerant Blinds

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Awnings and external blinds are popular protective coverings for your outside windows because they punctuate your home with solitude and alluring enhancement. Bad decisions could leave you with faded and damaged window treatments because outdoor spaces are prone to weather extremities. Follow these shrewd plots to outfit exterior windows with weather-tolerating blinds. Your Material Choice Must Endure Outdoor Characteristics Of Your Local Region The material or fabric you choose for external blinds plays a crucial role in how they survive on your exterior windows.

28 September 2016

Four Completely Natural, Totally Chemical-Free Lawn Care Tips for a Healthy, Beautiful Lawn

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Maintaining a healthy lawn doesn't have to involve lots of chemicals or fertilisers. Want to have a happy, healthy lawn using the most natural techniques possible? Then, check out these types: 1. Choose a type of grass suited to your climate and soil type. There's not just a single type of lawn grass. Rather, there are multiple varieties, and the types that grow the best in your area may be different than the types that grow the best in other areas.

29 August 2016

Soiled Carpets? 4 Tricks To Remove Mud-Covered Paw Prints From Your Carpets

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If you have pets in your home, then you know that you need to make a little extra effort to keep it clean. When your pets play in your backyard and come home, they inevitably end up walking over your carpeted areas with their muddy paws, leaving unsightly prints on them. Follow these carpet cleaning tricks to remove mud-covered paw prints from your carpets. Let The Mud Prints Dry Before Taking Action

25 August 2016

Five Points to Consider If Thinking About Adding Radiant Floor Heating to Your Tiny Home

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Radiant heat can be an interesting way to heat a tiny home floor, but you have to choose the system carefully. Here's what you need to consider about choosing, installing and optimising radiant floor heating from your tiny home: 1. Radiant heat flooring can be tied to your hot water system. Typically, heated floors consist of tubes running through the floor with hot water piping through them, warming up the floor.

29 July 2016

What You Need to Consider When in the Market for Teak Outdoor Furniture


Teak is very durable and very strong, which is why it's a favorite choice for outdoor furniture. It can withstand the elements without getting soft and chipping or cracking and needs very little maintenance. However, before you buy any teak furniture, you might note a few simple but important considerations. This will ensure you're happy with your purchase for years to come. Teak does weather and change color If you've ever noticed a big difference in the color of teak furniture pieces, it may not be that the pieces were painted, stained, or otherwise treated.

5 July 2016