Most people don't give their lawns much thought in the winter, especially after the snow begins to fall. Unfortunately, this can lead to an unpleasant surprise once the thaw arrives in spring. The following three tips can help you ensure your lawn rebounds quickly by preventing most winter woes.
Tip #1: Prevent compaction
You have likely seen yards that look like mud slicks once the snow retreats in spring. Much of the grass is dead or dying, or it may be covered in white, pink, or brown fungal growth or snow mold.
You probably don't give much thought to your septic system, that is, until you have a problem with it. Since you are probably like most homeowners who want to avoid embarrassing things like having sewage back up into your drains, it's important to understand how your septic system works and how to maintain it.
You know you have a septic system if you live in a rural area, your neighbors have one, or the grass on one side of your house has a large bump in it.
If you are interested in making your garage look more unique, consider adding a glass garage door to your garage. A glass garage door allows you to have ample natural light in the garage when you work without having to keep the garage door open the whole time. The following guide provides you with a few tips to consider when choosing a glass garage door to place on your garage.
If you own a fleet service, tracking your employees on the roadways and making sure customers receive their goods are probably at the top of your concerns. While your drivers are making deliveries, they are contributing to the emissions and pollution present in the air. Since your company handles a large number of vehicles, doing your best to reduce pollution contributing factors is best for the environment. Here are some tips to give to your fleet drivers in an attempt to have them drive as green as possible while out on fleet jobs.
If you have a small water leak upstairs, such as that which would occur if a toilet or bathtub overflowed, the ceiling below the leak probably has some staining. In most cases, there is no need to replace the ceiling. You can conceal the water damage by following these instructions.
Supplies you'll need:
1 gallon of oil-based primer 1 - 2 gallons of ceiling paint in your color of choice 1 small container of joint compound 1 roll of joint tape A putty knife A paint brush or roller Sandpaper Directions: