3 Natural Solutions To Get Rid Of Ants When They Begin To Attack Your Trees

Posted on: 8 July 2016

Ants are an insect that can get in your home and nest in many areas of your garden. When they begin to nest in trees, they can eventually kill them. This is why you may want to consider some natural solutions that can stop them in their tracks. If your garden has what looks to be the beginning of an ant infestation, consider some of these natural remedies to control the problem before it is too late:
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Remove Soot And Stains From A Precast Stone Mantelpiece's Surface

Posted on: 14 June 2016

If the precast stone mantelpiece surrounding your fireplace has soot and stains on its surface, restore its beauty with the following steps, Once the project has been completed, add a coat of sealer to the stone surface to protect it from dirty residue or damage. Materials vinyl tarps vacuum cleaner with a hose attachment detergent bucket soft-bristled scrub brush spray bottle rubber gloves hydrochloric acid lint-free cleaning cloths painter's tape sealer (designed for stone products) paint tray paintbrush Remove Loose Residue And Surface Stains
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Three Reasons Why You Should NOT Go Without A Gutter System On Your Home

Posted on: 19 May 2016

Gutter systems on your home and outlying buildings (e.g., garage, gazebo, storage shed, etc.) play a very important part in preserving your property. If a storm or other disaster removes part or all of a gutter system, you need to get that repaired or replaced right away. Just to let you know how serious this is, here are three reasons why you should not go without a gutter system on your home.
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3 Signs Of A Mouse Infestation

Posted on: 25 April 2016

Mice can be quite the pesky pest. Among the rodents that can invade your home, mice tend to be among the most common, and also among the most annoying. Throughout the course of this brief article, you'll learn of a few definite signs that mice have decided to make your house their home. Odor Mice themselves do not tend to produce awful smells, but their waste can lead to some rather acrid odors in your home.
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