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Need More Space For Visiting Customers? — Have Your Entire Parking Lot Repaved

In busier shopping districts, finding parking can be a huge ordeal. Shoppers definitely appreciate businesses that offer ample parking spaces to paying customers, but they are also very careful about where they leave their vehicles unattended. If your parking lot has potential but you want to get more customers to seek out your services, repaving your parking lot could score you some major points. Improving The Safety And Appearance Of Customer Parking Areas Read More 

Buying Land For Your Landscaping Business? 2 Things To Check Before You Buy

If you are buying land for your landscaping business, there are many things you need to consider. This is especially true because of the type of business you have. Below are two things to make sure you check before you sign on the dotted line. Boundaries The first thing you should do is to hire a land surveyor to check the boundaries of your land. The last thing you want to happen is have your business over a property line. Read More 

Do You Need a Peltier-Equipped Dehumidifier?

If you have too much moisture in your home, mold and mildew can start to grow. While you may be able to keep the mold in check when it appears on visible areas of your home, it can grow inside of your walls and cooling ducts. Thus, investing in a dehumidifier is a good idea. Depending on how much money you spend, you may be able to buy a Peltier-equipped dehumidifier, but that does not mean that you should definitely buy one. Read More 

5 Ways To Turn Your Bathroom Into Your New Dream Room

If you're looking for a way to turn heads with your newly remodeled bathroom, it may seem like a real challenge. The bathroom is a functional room with a limited amount of space that usually becomes an afterthought in most homes. But with some creative touches, you can have the luxury bathroom you've always dreamed of. Here are 5 fun suggestions to get the ball rolling. Spa Shower. Today's shower designs are both beautiful and more functional than ever before. Read More 

Don’t Leaf It To Chance: How To Prepare Trees For Hurricanes

Hurricanes can be devastating, but some of the damage can be avoided if the surrounding trees and foliage are maintained. If they aren't, dead branches can come down, trees could be pulled out by their roots, and your house, car and other belongings could be at risk.  So how can you prepare your trees for hurricane season? Here are five helpful tips.  Don't Ever Top a Tree Topping a tree, which is when it's pruned back to a point when it has almost no leaves, is illegal in Florida and other locations where hurricanes can hit, because it causes the tree to rot from the inside. Read More