4 Tips To Get Your Sprinkler Systems and Landscaping Ready For The Spring Season

Soon the spring months are going to be here coming in you want your landscaping irrigation systems to be ready. If you did winterization during the winter months, you will need to reconnect to backflow prevention devices and other chores to prepare your sprinklers for spring watering. Here are some tips to get your sprinklers ready for the spring season and landscaping irrigation. 1. Reconnecting Backflow Prevention Devices After the Last Frost Read More 

Keys to Help Minimize The Number Of Pests In Your House

Relaxing at home is all about basking in the comfort that can only come about when you are in your own place. There's just something about arriving at your house or apartment after dealing with the rigors of the world only to kick off your shoes and flop down on the couch for a night of movie watching with someone you care about. As much as you want to enjoy these types of experiences, it's hard to do it when you are sharing your house with unwanted pests. Read More 

What Does No Light In Your Refrigerator Mean?

For as long as most people have owned refrigerators, they've known that whenever they open the fridge door, they'll be greeted by that warm glow of the refrigerator light. Therefore, if you're to open your fridge one day and the light fails to turn on, alarm bells might start to go off in your head. The fridge light is how most people know that their fridge is working. However, there are many reasons why the light might not turn on when you open the door, and many of these reasons have nothing to do with the condition of your fridge. Read More 

Do You Need To Hire A Professional Pest Control Service? In Many Cases, Yes

It's possible that your home has a pest control problem. This could be ants, flies, termites, and even mice. While there are plenty of ways to rid your home of these pests on your own, they may not all be effective and might not stop the potential damage pests can do before it happens. In some cases, it's very difficult to get rid of an infestation, and your only option might be to call in a professional local pest control service. Read More 

Three Easy Steps To Maintain Your Gas Insert

A gas fireplace insert is a breath of fresh air when it comes to maintenance, especially when compared to the traditional wood burning fireplace. Although gas inserts requires drastically less maintenance than wood burners, they aren't maintenance-free. The following guide will help you perform the small amount of maintenance necessary so your gas insert will continue to work flawlessly. #1: Check your carbon monoxide detectors This is the first maintenance task because it is the most important. Read More