4 Tips For Incorporating Art Deco Interior Design In Your Home

Posted on: 30 November 2016
Art Deco is an architectural and interior design style that first became popular in France just prior to World War I and was in vogue across the globe through the 1920s and 1930s. This type of interior design is typically thought of as luxurious, glamorous, and symmetrical. Art Deco is making a revival, and many people are choosing to incorporate elements of this type of design in the rooms of their home.
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3 Common Injuries Associated With Tree Cutting And How To Prevent Them

Posted on: 2 November 2016
In order to remain healthy and beautiful, trees require regular trimming, pruning, and maintenance. If a tree becomes diseased or dies, it needs to be cut down and removed from your property so that it does not cause damage to other trees or property. Many homeowners will attempt to take down the tree on their own. Unfortunately, this can result in injury if the proper precautions are not taken. Here are some of the most common injuries related to tree cutting and removal and how they can be prevented:
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Flowers Did Not Grow Well This Year? 2 Ways You Can Improve The Soil

Posted on: 13 October 2016
If your flowers did not grow well this year, it could be due to many things, such as they were planted in the wrong location or they got too much or not enough water. Another thing that can be the problem is the soil may need to be improved. Below are two ways you can improve your soil so you can have healthy flowers next year. Activated Charcoal  Manufacturers make activated charcoal by heating traditional charcoal in the presence of a type of gas.
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3 Tips For Keeping Your Home Pest-Free During The Holidays

Posted on: 15 September 2016
The holiday season is not just a joyful time for you and your family, it is also pretty exciting for pests. The holidays mean more opportunities for pests to move into your home and set up camp. Luckily for you, by taking precautions and being vigilant, you can drastically reduce the number of pests that find their way into your home.   Inspect Your Wood Any source of wood, such as a Christmas tree or firewood, can be a mode of transportation for pests.
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