Things You Need To Consider When Looking For A Full House Water Filter

If the water in your home tastes funny, you are probably buying water to drink. However, this is not enough to protect you from the contaminants the make the water taste funny. To be safe, you need to have a full house water filter. This way, the water that you use to cook and bathe with will also be free of anything that can harm you. Contaminants can get into any food that is cooked in the water and will get into your body through your pores as they open during a hot shower. Read More 

Benefits Of A Double-Sided Gas Insert

If you are thinking about installing a fireplace in your home, you might have looked at gas inserts. Gas inserts can have tons of benefits, but there is one thing that is even better than buying a gas insert -- buying a double-sided gas insert. As the name suggests, a double-sided gas insert is designed so that you can enjoy the "fire" on both sides of the insert. These are a couple of reasons why a double-sided gas insert can be a better purchase. Read More 

Preparing To Replace A Window: Three Things To Know

Whether your windows are old and drafty or you have one that was damaged, it's a good idea to know how to prepare for having a new window installed. Your window repair service can help you get ready for this type of project, but there are a few things you can do on your own as well. Use this guide to help prepare your home for window replacement. Take Proper Measurements Read More 

3 Late-Summer Lawn Care Tips

Late summer is one of the best times to perform lawn maintenance on your yard. It is a great time to get rid of weeds and plant new grass seeds due to the cool, moist evenings combined with warm days and lots of sunshine. This presents perfect conditions for growing new grass seeds and managing your lawn. #1 Get Rid Of Weeds Late summer is a great time of year to get rid of the weeds that have been hanging out in your yard all summer long. Read More 

Cool Things You Can Do With Beads

If you are looking for a new hobby that can be used as a way to relieve stress, then you may want to look into beading. You can bead different types of jewelry, keychains, and even belts. You can also string breads to decorate around your home. If you think beading sounds like something you'd like to get involved in, here are a few tips. How to bead necklaces, anklets or bracelets: In order to bead necklaces, anklets and/or bracelets, you will need a measuring tape, wire cutters, jewelry wire, crimps, clasps, jump rings, and needle nose pliers. Read More