Window Covering Ideas For Picture Windows

Posted on: 7 December 2016

Large picture windows can provide an excellent view while also making a strong statement in a room. While gorgeous, sometimes you will want to close off the window for privacy. This is where the right window covering comes into play. The following are a few options that work well for picture windows. Shutters Shutters work well in rooms with a traditional design style. You can get them in natural wood or painted in the color of your choice. [Read More]

2 Benefits Of Using Precast Stone For Your Sidewalk

Posted on: 11 November 2016

If you would like to have a stone sidewalk for your home, there are a couple different ways that you can go about having it installed. One excellent way to have it installed is to use precast stone. Precast stone is made before it arrives at your property, so it will already look like pieces of sidewalk when it is brought to your home. Using this type of precast stone for your sidewalk can have so many different benefits for you, and this article will discuss 2 of them in more detail. [Read More]

Pipe Bursting: Is It Right for Your Sewer Line Replacement Project?

Posted on: 19 October 2016

If you need to replace a damaged sewer line on your property but don't want the project to take up too much time or cause substantial damage to your landscape, try pipe bursting. Pipe bursting is a unique technique used to lay down new pipelines without digging into the landscape. The technique not only saves time and additional expenses, but it also helps protect your landscape from damage. Here are a few things to know about pipe bursting and how you can prepare for the installation of your line. [Read More]

Planting Trees That Resist Fruit Beetles

Posted on: 25 August 2016

Large fruit beetles are not only a nuisance, they're also extremely destructive. One infamous fruit beetle featured in the book "silent spring" is the Japanese fruit beetle. These beetles are a severe agricultural pest, and a lot of money has been spent on efforts to reduce their numbers. In the average yard, these large beetles can be scary looking when they come at you, making them an undesirable backyard visitor. If you want to keep these pesky beetles away from your yard as well as help reduce their population, there are certain trees you can plant that will keep them away. [Read More]