Does anyone know a reliable custom outdoor fire pit supplier/ Manufacturer . I would like to decorate my garden so i can have friends over in wint...
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We're in zone 5 of Massachusetts and have been plagued with chipmunks eating 85% of our tomatoes for the past two years. We've tried everything we...
We have also had a terrible experience with the lying, cheating Correct Deck crooks. We had a large deck and two wide stairways installed using Co...
Can anyone please give me some pointers on getting rid of sweat bees hovering around the front porch and ants coming in the back door?
I recently purchased a home and went to take off the air intakes in the on te first and second floor of my house for painting. After taking off th...
I carry a small bottle of cedar oil. Bugs in general do not like cedar oil. I spray generously throughout the room and bed and my luggage to elim...
What type of door mat will not harm the color or finish of my newly resurfaced and painted deck?
OK, here's the last of my Timbertech saga. Its 8 years old and I hate Timbertech. I hope they had their pants sued off. I was going to replace i...
I live in Arizona and like most properties here, my backyard at our new home consists of nothing but rock. The soil is extremely hard here also. T...
My neighbor has 17 cats and does not believe in spaying or neutering. They like to come on my patio and when in heat, bleed on any and everything. ...
I am building a small pergola. Should I use 4x4's, or 6x6's for the 4 posts. I want it to look professional and not "rickety".
I have heard that using 1 gallon vinegar mixed with 2 gallons water is the best for both lawn fungus & Cinchbugs.. Is this true? And if so, white o...
We have 3/8 mile of muskeg on the perimeter of the farm that we want to make into a load bearing road to drive on. What is the best way to do this?...
I have a horizontal fence around my yard with 4x4 posts that are 8ft apart. My question would be: is there something I can put in between each p...
The cactus idea is good but many in Arizona like to use Ocotillo. It looks especially great when many of the branches planted in the ground sprout...