• Make A Decorative Border For Your Wishing Well

    After placing a wishing well in your yard, place a decorative border around it that is made out of flowers and plants. This enhancement will draw attention to the well and will be easy for you to maintain.  Use These Materials measuring tape garden shovel hand shovel garden stakes landscape fabric scissors flowers plants mulch topsoil LED lights with stakes Measure And Dig Determine how far from the well you would like to place the border.

  • Perfecting The Cover-Up: Protecting A Damaged Roof With A Tarp

    After a severe storm, one of the first things you need to address is the condition of your roof. After all, a seriously damaged roof can threaten the structure and stability of your house by introducing water, pests and other hazards. Since you can't always repair damage immediately, covering the damaged area with a tarp is often the best place to start. The tarp covering will create a barrier that prevents the outdoor hazards from causing more damage inside.

  • Answers To Two Common Custom Cabinetry Questions

    Your kitchen's cabinets are among the most important features of your home's cooking area. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to find the perfect set of cabinets to go with your kitchen. Luckily, learning the answers to the following questions will help you make a smart choice for your kitchen's unique design and needs.  What Materials Can Be Used To Build Custom Cabinets? There are many materials, like plywood, stainless steel, and particleboard, that can be used to create the perfect cabinets for your home.

  • Plan To Protect Tree Roots Before Excavation Begins

    If you're about to have a trench dug on your land or have soil excavated for whatever reason, first look at your trees and make plans to protect them. You, the excavation company, and possibly an arborist need to evaluate each tree that the trench or hole will be near. Excavation can harm tree roots so thoroughly that trees can die or fall over, so careful planning now -- and not as the excavation is taking place -- is essential for your yard's health and safety.