With spring quickly approaching, it will be time to begin gardening and mowing the lawn before you know it. As winter's snow and ice melts, it can leave behind dirt and residue from ice melt products and any debris the snow covered up. Here are some tips to help you use a pressure washer to clean off areas around your home to prepare it for warmer months. Clean Surfaces The driveway, sidewalk, siding on your home, porch, and other areas surrounded by bedding plants and other vegetation will need to be cleaned of winter build-up, but without using cleaners and chemicals that can damage or kill your plants.
If you get home to a flooded basement, wake up to one, or simply watch as the water flows with nothing to do about it, the first thing you will probably do is panic. How exactly are you supposed to clean all that mess? Can you even afford it at this time? All the things soaking and floating in the water and worse than that, mold could start to grow. A basement flood spells a lot of work, but if you follow these six steps, you will make the work easier and save yourself some headaches.
Hello, I am Manny Juanez. When I moved into my home, I instantly started to plan out my landscape features. I knew that I wanted a small waterfall leading to a pond for my fish. I also wanted to create a few raised beds around the sitting area by the pond. What I didn't know, however, was that the project would take a lot of manpower and a bit of professional help. My site will explore the process from grading the land to setting up the electrical components. I will also talk about building the garden beds with pavers and other found materials. The information I provide should help you create a beautiful layout in your back or front yards. Come back to my site whenever you need some inspiration.