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Four Tips For Landscaping As A Dog Owner

When it comes to landscaping your yard, you are going to have many considerations to make as a dog owner. This is because you want to be sure that you don't end up with a yard that has a great deal of "dog spots." The chemicals in dog urine is what causes these dog spots to show and they can be quite unsightly. Here are four tips to help you avoid this issue: Read More 

Tips For Choosing Plants For Your Green Roof

Green roofs are becoming increasingly popular as more people and companies discover that they can help reduce heating and cooling bills, as well as improve the overall look of the building. Green roofs are also an excellent way for businesses to show the community that they care about the environment and committed to making changes that will decrease the overall amount of carbon dioxide that is in the atmosphere. Here are some tips for choosing the best types of plants for your green roof, should you decide to install one. Read More 

When To Cut Down A Tree Altogether Versus Tree Trimming

Sometimes some trees just get in the way. Sometimes you can just trim them back enough to keep them out of the way. At other times, there is just no more wiggle room to leave the tree where it is and not have it be in the way. When it is time to cut down a tree completely rather than just resort to tree trimming, you can use the following guidelines to make that call. Read More 

Asphalt Shingles Are Still A Respectable Choice For Your Home

These days, there seems to be a trend towards alternative roofing materials, such as metal, slate and wooden shakes. These materials are discussed so often that it may make you feel like asphalt shingles are no longer a respectable choice for your home. Though these other roofing materials certainly do have their advantages, asphalt shingles do still have their place. Here's a look at three reasons it's perfectly fine to stick with asphalt. Read More 

Troubleshooting Frequent Antiquated Combination Safe Issues

Whether you have a safe in your family that has been handed down through the generations or you happen to obtain one in a different way, it is likely that what you have will boast a crude version of the combination lock. While combination locks on safes brought about an entirely new level of security, these outdated locking mechanisms do not come without their downfalls; occasionally, you will have problems with the combination lock on your antique safe. Read More