5 Additional Services to Ask Your Window Installers About

Posted on: 16 August 2021
A new window installation can include more than just putting in new glass. There are a few other services to consider when you are considering getting new windows for your home.  1. Site Preparation In some cases, preparation is needed before installation can begin. For example, window dressings such as blinds and curtains may need to be removed, or there may be exterior shutters that must be taken down before the new windows can be installed.
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A Bluebonnet Growing Kit To Create Themed Floral Displays

Posted on: 9 June 2021
Bluebonnets are wildflowers that contain oblong green leaves and blue petals. The petals are similar in shape to the bonnets that many pioneer women wore. Bluebonnets are found along roadways in some southern states. Purchase a floral kit that will yield colorful blooms that can be used for indoor or outdoor accenting purposes. A Themed Floral Kit Bluebonnet seeds and soil that is slightly alkaline and comparable to the quality of the soil that bluebonnets naturally grow in will be supplied in a floral kit.
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How To Choose Lumber For Garden Bed Construction

Posted on: 3 March 2021
Raised garden beds can be used to grow vegetables or flowers. When constructing the beds, it's important to choose the right lumber for the job. What Are You Growing? One of the first decisions to make is the type of wood, and this depends heavily on what you plan to grow in the raised bed. Any wood chosen must be resistant to rot and insect damage, which narrows your options down to cedar, redwood, or pressure-treated lumber.
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How Heat Treatments For Bed Bug Control Work

Posted on: 25 November 2020
When you spot bed bugs in your home, you may panic. You've probably heard how the bugs are resistant to pesticides and difficult to get rid of, so you may fear you'll be living with the bugs and their bites for a long time. However, it's possible to get rid of bed bugs fairly fast using heat. Using heat to kill existing bugs and then taking steps to keep a new infestation from happening is often a good way to get a bed bug infestation under control and keep the bugs away.
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