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    Winter Checklist

    Winter Checklist

    There are many ways to winterize your home long before snow flies, but proper winter home care doesn’t stop with winterization. Throughout the season there are different steps you can take to keep your home snug and secure all the way through to spring. How Winter Can Hurt Your Home Winter can be a very damaging season with severe cold and temperature swings, blustery winds, ice and snow buildup on the roof and gutters, ice expansion in different crevices, water damage from burst pipes, and other potential problems. Whether you stay home all through the cold season, leave for the...

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    DIY Projects for Kids to Do With Their Parents

    DIY Projects for Kids to Do With Their Parents

    Working on hands-on projects is a great way for parents and kids to spend time together, share skills, and create practical items that can be used for years. But which projects are the best for families to collaborate on? The Benefits of Sharing Projects Working on a constructive, useful project can benefit both kids and parents. Not only will there be a completed project in the end, but sharing tasks and ideas along the way will help improve communication and foster teamwork and helpfulness. Children can learn new skills and how to use tools properly, while parents can gain insights...

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    Late Fall Lawn Care

    Late Fall Lawn Care

    FacebookTwitter The fall is a busy time for gardeners. Not only are you trying to clean up your gardens and flower beds to prepare them for the winter, you are also winterizing your garden so that you can hit the ground running in the spring. Often, we forget that our lawn requires the same amount of love and care. A healthy lawn is just as important as any flower or vegetable. Therefore, after you have finished harvesting the last bit of vegetables and flowers from your garden and you have successfully closed up shop, give your lawn some extra care...

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