If you have a gate at your home, it’s bound to develop issues over time simply due to the wear-and-tear of everyday use as well as 24-7 exposure to the elements. While a squealing gate or a bit of rust may not seem like a huge problem initially, it can presage additional problems, given enough time, Fortunately, proper maintenance and attention to your gate can correct problems before they develop into worse issues that may necessitate a complete replacement of your gate.
September 28, 2012Comments Off on Gate Maintenance Issues and Tips
September 6, 2012Comments Off on Remarkable Benefits of Having a Garden Patio
Remarkable Benefits of Having a Garden Patio
Having a patio is a blessing in and of itself. It provides a place for relaxation, entertainment and appreciation of the beauty of one’s surroundings. What some people fail to realize though is that it can do even more. A patio can also be used as a personal garden.
August 30, 2012Comments Off on DIY Bamboo Options for Your Patio
Summer is here and with it comes a myriad of reasons to try and spend as much time as possible outdoors. With long sunny days and warm nights, it is the perfect time to not only relish the time outdoors in your backyard but also a perfect time to tackle outdoor home improvements on your to-do list and DIY projects for your patio and garden.
August 29, 2012Comments Off on 5 of the Best Deck Chairs You Should Own
Deck chairs are not only made to give you a space to sit on; they are specially designed to make their users relaxed and at ease. This is because people sit on them in order to enjoy the moment and set their worries free.
August 28, 2012Comments Off on Revamp your garden for summer and revitalize
As Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown, the famous 18th century garden designer, often said, all spaces are capable of improvement. So step outside and ask yourself these questions. Is it a space to relax or socialize? Is it a sanctuary for you? Is it to attract wildlife? Do I have existing plants which are flourishing? Long-term, it is well worth investing in a soil testing kit and only planting those plants which will be at home in your soil type and climate, but in the short-term there are lots of quick fixes, which will take you outdoors whatever the weather.