Wildfires are typically nature's way of eliminating a lot of dry brush and dead plants that are otherwise in the way of new growing things. Unfortunately, many humans end up building in the direct paths of many wildfires. If your yard and home were exposed to wildfire recently, you can always rebuild your home, but what do you do for the scorched earth that was your yard? Here are some tips on how to get your yard to bounce back after a wildfire, and avoid a hostile takeover by weeds in the process.
A quality air conditioning system is a big investment, so it's important to do what you can to protect it. By taking good care of your air conditioner, it will not only work more efficiently but will also last much longer. Just follow these four tips to ensure your air conditioner keeps your home cool for many years to come: Change Air Filters Regularly Your air conditioner can't work effectively if the filters are dirty and impeding air flow.
If you have a concrete driveway, as time passes you may start to notice rust forming on the surface of your driveway. Rust can be difficult to remove with soap and water, so you might think there's not much you can do about the way your driveway looks. Fortunately, with the three tips below, you may be able to get rid of the rust you see. Use Brown Soda It may seem strange that the soda or cola you enjoy drinking on a daily basis could help you clean your concrete driveway, but that might very well be the case.
While the overhead garage door may be the more popular choice in residential settings, the side-sliding sectional garage door could easily be considered a second runner up. Side-sliding sectional doors are an interesting architectural take on conventional garage doors and will definitely give your garage that added 'awe' that you are looking to achieve. Whether you are moving into a home with side-sliding garage doors or you are planning to have this garage door type installed on your existing garage, it is important that you get familiar with the regular maintenance tasks that will be involved.
Fingerprints on your stainless steel refrigerator, splatters in your microwave, stains on your range-top and spilled food inside your oven can all make your kitchen look and feel dirty. These appliances all be cleaned in just one day and easily with the right cleansers and tools for the job. See below for tips on how to clean each of your appliances. Refrigerator Exterior. Wipe down the exterior of your refrigerator with soap and water for white and black refrigerators, and then dried with a microfiber cloth.