Four Fast-Growing Trees To Plant Along Your Property Line

Posted on: 7 November 2014

Planting trees along your property line is a great way to separate your property from that of your neighbors. However, it's important to choose the right tree variety. The best trees to plant along property lines grow quickly and have compact, dense branches. Here's a look at a few excellent varieties to consider. Leyland Cypress A hardy coniferous tree variety, the leyland cypress can reach a height of up to 49 feet in just 16 years.
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Tips For Making The Outside Of Your Home Handicap-Accessible

Posted on: 6 November 2014

Making a home handicap-accessible requires more than a few changes indoors. The outside of the home is just as important for both safety and quality of life. Don't overlook the following when you are upgrading your home. Check Your Driveway If your vehicle is equipped for an assistance device, such as a power chair or wheel chair, your current driveway configuration may not work well. Modified vehicles, such as vans with attached lifts, may require a wider driveway or a neighboring "
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How To Paint A Door

Posted on: 5 November 2014

Doors take a lot of use and abuse, as they are moving parts of a building. Over time, they can become damaged and chipped, and their finish may wear away. If you want to improve how your doors look, you can paint a door to give it a brand new look. You do not have to remove the door from its hinges to paint it, though you can if you want to.
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5 Important Fixes For Older Homes

Posted on: 4 November 2014

Your home is probably the most substantial purchase you'll make in your lifetime. Buying an older home can save you money in the short term, but if it falls victim to structural issues, it could gradually bleed you financially dry. If your home is decades old, you can still enjoy it for years to come by keeping up with these key areas: 1. Leaks, Rot and Mold These three things often appear together, as leaks can cause wood rot as well as the growth of mold in your home.
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