Here’s how often you should get your chimney cleaned to protect you and your family from smoke and fire danger.READ MORE
09 Oct 2017
Taking care of your lawn year-round means figuring out what to do with your yard waste. From tree trimmings to glass clippings to dead leaves, knowing where to take your lawn waste is an important part of maintaining a clean and debris-free yard.READ MORE
Improperly cleaned heating equipment — especially chimneys — is the biggest cause of home heating fires.
That’s why it’s so important to have your chimney swept and inspected at least once a year. This helps remove creosote build-up. When there’s too much creosote, accidental fires are more likely to happen.
There’s nothing like a stain on your carpet to really dampen your day, and, well, your carpet appearance. But, don’t lose hope. There are many ways to clean carpet stains — whether it’s with chemicals or natural products — that can revert a stained carpet back to its original look.
Americans apply 90 million pounds of pesticides every year, the EPA estimates. And, every year the ASPCA receives tens of thousands of calls about animals that have been exposed to insecticides, weed killers and other hazardous lawn and garden products.
Every lawn sees its share of damage. We use them for countless activities, and they’re constantly exposed to the elements.
While having all four seasons is a great experience to have living in Colorado, it can require extra flexibility and diligence in your lawn care. Here are five threats to the greenness of your lawn, and how you can combat them for the greenest grass on the block.
Your home is your family’s haven, and you do your best to keep it that way. The last thing you want to worry about after a long day of cleaning is the effect harsh chemicals can have on you, your kids and your pets.
Aeration is a proven way to improve the health and beauty of your lawn. But how often should you aerate your lawn, and how exactly does it work?
Learn about how aeration works, how often to aerate, and how to do it right so your lawn is the greenest on the block all year long.
When your lawn is struck with dead, brown spots or grass that won’t quickly grow, what do you think of first? Probably lawn fertilizers, aeration, sprinkler systems and grass seed come to mind.
While those options are effective, there’s one route that’s one of the most natural ways to treat your yard, and you can do it yourself: food composting.