Monthly Archives: April 2013

Freshen Pipes Naturally

After eating an orange, don’t throw away the peel. Citrus peels, including oranges, lemons and limes, can help deodorize your garbage disposal. Excess waste put down your disposal can cause an unforgiving odor. To avoid a stench that can linger,

Freshen Pipes Naturally

After eating an orange, don’t throw away the peel. Citrus peels, including oranges, lemons and limes, can help deodorize your garbage disposal. Excess waste put down your disposal can cause an unforgiving odor. To avoid a stench that can linger,

Energy Efficient Federal Tax Credits

The 2012 tax season has come and gone, but with taxes on the brain, it is a good time to start planning 2013 tax credits. Keeping your dry cleaning and office supplies receipts are a great start, but what about

Energy Efficient Federal Tax Credits

The 2012 tax season has come and gone, but with taxes on the brain, it is a good time to start planning 2013 tax credits. Keeping your dry cleaning and office supplies receipts are a great start, but what about

Spring Favorites to Plant Now

Gardenias This shrub doesn’t grow everywhere, but if you’re in the Southeast, plant it near the deck or beneath a window so you can relish its wonderful scent.  Zinnias If you live in warmer climates, plant these annuals under a

Spring Favorites to Plant Now

Gardenias This shrub doesn’t grow everywhere, but if you’re in the Southeast, plant it near the deck or beneath a window so you can relish its wonderful scent.  Zinnias If you live in warmer climates, plant these annuals under a

Top Five Overlooked Lawn Care Tips for First Time Homeowners

  1.    The blade on your lawnmower should be sharpened every eight to 10 uses and set to a height that will cut no lower than the top third of the grass blades, which is typically two to three inches depending

Top Five Overlooked Lawn Care Tips for First Time Homeowners

  1.    The blade on your lawnmower should be sharpened every eight to 10 uses and set to a height that will cut no lower than the top third of the grass blades, which is typically two to three inches depending