Worried About Your Badly Overgrown Yard? What To Do

Posted on: 31 August 2017

If your yard has gone a bit out of control with overgrown greenery and bug problems, don't worry. It's never too late to start making changes. Overgrown landscaping can cause a lot of problems and damage to the house and property, so you have to take care of these things right away. However, there are some things to take into consideration before you begin.Here are some jobs that you shouldn't attempt on your own and are often best left to the professionals.
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3 Reasons To Install Wall Insulation In Your Apartment Complex

Posted on: 2 August 2017

Even though you might have thought about painting your apartment units and making other small improvements, you may have never thought about installing wall insulation. Even though this can be a big project, it can be worthwhile for any landlord who owns a multi-family rental building. These are a few reasons why wall insulation can be worth it. 1. Prevent Noise Complaints First of all, as a landlord, you might find yourself occasionally getting complaints from tenants about the level of noise that other tenants make in their units.
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Ways to Better Use Your Backyard Space

Posted on: 14 July 2017

If you have a backyard but are not using it, you might feel a little bit guilty and wonder what you could put in there to use the space. Here are some ideas. Add a Sporting Area If you have children, they might love a sporting area or even a playground, depending on their age. You can find swing sets and slides individually for a reasonable cost or make a swing yourself.
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3 Signs That You Might Need An As-Built Survey During The Construction Of Your Home

Posted on: 21 February 2017

If you are like many people, you might assume that the land survey will need to be done on your property before your home is built. However, as-built surveys -- which are done during the building process -- are important in some cases as well. These are a few signs that you might need to have an as-built survey done while your home is being built. 1. It's Required by Local Building Regulations
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