Tweet The problem is your landscaping is not done yet, and this transitional period might be stressful. The following are a few tips to help you get started and relieve
Tweet If you really want your home and yard to be perfect and prepared for summer all you have to do is put in some extra effort. With spring and
Summer is finally here and that means that many homes will be getting their yards in shape for a season of playing, gardening, and entertaining.
The yard is one of the most notable features of the home and often determines the property value. For those looking to spend more time outdoors during the summer season and enjoy activities in the yard, there are several upgrades available that can be done at a low cost.
Warmer weather has people spending more time outside, soaking up the sun, tending gardens and enjoying wide-open playtime. That increased time spent outdoors also puts people at greater risk of encountering ticks, tiny arachnids that inhabit woody areas, brushy fields and can be found close to your home.
There may be no better or well received update that you can do to your yard then to include a bird habitat. Generally located in the backyard, away from traffic, noise and constant human interaction, a backyard bird habitat requires very little from you other than a supply of fresh water, a source of food and cover.