Learn How To Protect Your Pantry From Weevils

Before cooking a delicious meal for your family, it is important to take the time to look closely at the rice, pasta, or flour that you are about to use to make sure that there are no weevils in it. Weevils are tiny beetles that love to nosh on grains stored in cupboards. The weevils take over a bag of dry grain within a very short period of time. Once the product has been contaminated by the pests, it should not be eaten because it could infect the person ingesting it with E. Read More 

Starting an Indoor Garden? Two Reasons Why You Should Choose LED Lights

If you're thinking about starting an indoor garden, one of the first things you'll need to do is get grow lights. Grow lights are designed to mimic the sunlight that your garden would get if it were outside. However, because there are several different types of grow lights on the market, you may be confused concerning which choice to make. If this is your current dilemma, you may want to put light emitting diode (LED) grow lights at the top of your list. Read More 

4 Tips For Caring For Solid Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood flooring is very popular, and for good reason, as it gives a room a rich, timeless look. If you plan on having solid hardwood floors installed in your home, it is important to know how to care for them so you can protect your investment. Use the following tips to prevent damage and to keep your hardwood flooring looking great for many years to come: Keep Dirt Away from Your Flooring Read More 

3 Non-Toxic Weed Killers For Your Landscape’s Natural Areas

Creating an attractive landscape can be overwhelming due to all the different plants, trees, and grasses available. While challenging to design, landscaping can also be expensive to maintain. Considering every 10'x10' of lawn will require an estimated 62 gallons of water to maintain, you may want to reduce the amount of grass in your yard to conserve water. Reducing the size of your grassy lawn is possible by implementing natural areas into your landscape design. Read More 

Five Tips For Storing Emergency Generators

Generators can be life-saving in an emergency. However, if you want to ensure your generator will work during the next emergency, you need to store it correctly. Here are some tips to keep in mind: 1. Protect it from the elements with a tarp or shed. Most generators are designed to withstand the elements. However, if possible, you should protect your generator from prolonged exposure to the outdoors so that it doesn't rust in the rain, get dented in hail or collect a lot of debris during a windstorm. Read More