Cleaning and maintaining the exterior of your house is an important part of home ownership. Watch this video for tips on power washing, replacing a rotten door sill, fixing a sagging fence gate, and more.
In April the weather is warming, trees and spring bulbs are showing off blooms, yet cold weather threatens the eager gardener who starts too early. As plants and gardeners awaken, the mad rush of planting, pruning, and plowing descends. Read on for a list of April chores for your lawn and garden.
Spring is here and with it comes “crape murder,” the common and unnecessary practice of lopping off the branches of a perfectly lovely crape myrtle under the mistaken assumption that it will cause it to bloom more. Read on to find out the right way to prune your crape myrtles.
While spring brings sunshine and warm weather, it also brings ticks. When the weather heats up and outdoor activity increases, so do tick bites. Ticks carry and transmit diseases, like Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever. Read on for tips on how to avoid tick bites and control ticks in your yard.
March marks the arrival of spring, but depending on where you live, freezing weather can persist well past the official start of spring. Read more to find out how to get your lawn and garden ready for the upcoming growing season.
The Ames Razor-Back line of professional grade hand tools are made of heavy-duty steel construction with padded handles to make them both durable and easy to use in your yard. Watch this video to find out more.