Sick Trees In Your Yard? What You Need To Know About Plant Injections And Implants

While trees provide aesthetic and environmental benefits to your property, if the large plants are sickly or structurally unsound, they can be a safety hazard. You have several options for treating a diseased or pest-ridden tree. However, some methods, such as injections and implants, are more effective and less toxic to the environment than others. If you have a tree that is in desperate need of treatment but you are unfamiliar with the benefits of injections and implants, the following guide can provide you with a primer on the methods. [Read More]

3 Important Lock Maintenance Tips To Increase Your Security

There are many things you can do to keep your place of business secure. But no matter how many alarm systems you install or how many security guards you hire, the fact remains that security starts with one simple object – the lock on the door. A good lock on the front door can often foil a criminal all by itself. A lock on an office door can protect the private information of your clients or contacts. [Read More]

5 Modern Bathtub Options For Those Considering Remodeling

If you are thinking about having your bathroom remodeled this year and are aching to get rid of that standard alcove bathtub that is awkward to get in and out of and never has enough room, you're in luck. Major modern bathroom trends are toward a spa-like experience for homeowners, providing those considering renovations with a wide variety of bathtub options that go way beyond the standard old alcove tub. Following are five types of bathtubs to provide you with inspiration as you plan your upcoming remodeling project. [Read More]

Electrical Dangers: What You Need To Know Before Buying An Abandoned House

If you are interested in buying a house that has been abandoned and vacant for a long time, it's important to understand the risks that are involved. Most abandoned homes are sold in a tax sale, which means you may not be able to walk through the house before you buy it. You may need to make electrical repairs before you move in to make the house safe and habitable. Here is a mini-guide of steps you may need to take. [Read More]