i was just curious how your grass came out. hope your satisfied with the results. let us know. sorry i did not reply to your last post, but sometim...
i here a prduct called odormute works great. sorry, but the name is all i know. you might try to find it at a petsmart type store.
we bought our home new and from the first time we used the fireplace, the house gets very smokey. it takes an hour or so but the living room gets u...
if i under stand you all you want to do is extend your release point beond the propane tank. if the tank is above ground can you go under it? if no...
i am not rally familiar with you climate so i can only give an opinion. i would like to know what type of turf you corrently have and what your wea...
we have been in our new home for 25 months now, and are paying 71/8 percent on a 30 year conventional. we drug our feet too long and missed out on ...
i would say a little of both depending on the pest and how bad the problem is. i would recommend using a pro for termites because they can get to p...
what about hanging rods from the ceiling with wire or cable? make sure they are attatched to something sturdy like a rafter.
there are literally hundereds of different turf variaties out there. each year there are probably 10 new variaties of fescue alone. some claiming b...
thats a new one for me. may be rabbits. call your local nursery, i bet they have seen or heard of the varmit.or try dirtdoctor.com
mike, here in texas, caliche is used as a road base. it is like crushed limestone that has 1-3 inch limestones mixed with all the powder ffom th...
i still dont know what type of turf or if you are coastal, desert, or in the north or the south. it could be grubs eating the roots, or lack of moi...
i personally dont see the shingles staying in place. why not use caliche?
the longer the foliage stays wet, the more time fungi has to grow. try 5am-730am or so. after 8am the wind is likely to interfere with the sprinkle...
im assuming you have either bentgrass or blue grass up that far north. cool season grasses are much more succeptable to disease than warm season tu...