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How To Prune Your Fruit Trees So They Produce Better Fruit

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If your fruit trees are producing an abundance of tiny fruit, or if they are on the other end of the spectrum and don’t appear to be producing much of anything, then their shape may be an issue. Find out how you can prune your trees so they produce better fruit, so you can enjoy your fruit-bearing trees that much more. Why your fruit trees are producing weak fruit The largest reason your trees are producing large amounts of small fruit is because your trees lack pruning. You need to structure your tree so it doesn’t have so many...

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Transplant Your Herb Garden And Keep It Healthy With A Sprinkler System

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After growing herbs indoors for a while, you can transplant them out into your yard so that they will have plenty of room to grow. Once you set up the new area, install an automatic sprinkler system to assist with healthy growth. As a result, you will be provided with a variety of herbs to use in all of your favorite dishes. Use These Materials measuring tape large shovel garden soil wooden garden stakes acrylic craft paint thin paintbrush decorative stones automatic sprinkler system garden hose Prepare The Area For Planting Choose how large...

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3 Simple Accessories You Can Use To Upgrade Your Bathroom

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Is your bathroom looking a little dull? If it is out of date, then you should consider adding these 3 simple accessories to make your bathroom look modern and chic. A Framed Mirror First, get rid of that old mirror in your bathroom that is unframed and that sits above your bathroom sinks. An unframed mirror does not make any statement, so you need something with a little more style. To do this, look for mirrors that are framed and that have some visual interest. For example, you can get a wood framed mirror that has ornate ridges or that has...

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What Can I Salvage From A Home Demolition?

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When carrying out demolition projects, be very careful. There are some items that you can salvage. Not only can they be sold or used in future DIY projects, but these items should also be kept from landfills. To salvage usable materials, you will be taking part in a form of demolition known as deconstruction. This process requires a close attention to detail so that no essential salvageable materials are missed. Glass Glass can be recycled over and over without losing its quality. Therefore, there is no reason to throw it away. Besides having...

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3 Important Steps To Take When Preparing Your Home For The Winter

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Winter is already here, and that means it’s time to prepare your home. You can do this with ease when you take these steps. Maintain Your Hot Water Heater One of the most important things in your home to maintain for the winter is the hot water heater. This part helps water in your home stay warm, whether you are taking a shower or washing dishes. To keep the hot water heater in good condition, you need to drain the sediment tank. If you don’t, the hot water will break down prematurely. To drain the sediment tank, you need to hook...

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Why Winter Is A Good Time To Waterproof Your Basement

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If you’ve been noticing that you have an increase in water or moisture in your basement, it may be time to call in a professional. A waterproofing company will come to your home, inspect your basement and determine where the water is coming from. From there, it could be a simple fix or a complex repair—depending on the root of the problem. If you’re thinking winter is a bad month for basement repair—think again. Here are some reasons why you shouldn’t hesitate to call in the pros. Prevent Damage...

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Stay Warm With These Four Trouble Shooting And Maintenance Tips For Your Radiant Heating System

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As the weather is getting colder, your heating is working double time to heat your home. If you have radiant heating in your home, there are some maintenance chores you will need to do to keep your home warm. This can include cleaning the boiler to keep it working efficiently, or getting air out of the lines of the radiators. If you do some common maintenance tasks for your system, it will work much better. Here are four tips that will help keep your heating working all winter long: 1. Make Sure Your System Always Has, Gas, Oil Or Other...

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Children Visiting For The Holidays? Childproof Your Bathroom To Protect Your Plumbing

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You can often tell the difference between a home with children and one without children just by walking into the bathroom. In homes without children, there are usually decorative knick-knacks within feet of the floor, cute storage containers stacked on shelves, and cute little hand towels displayed on every wall. While your non-childproofed bathroom probably serves your needs well most of the time, it can prove a risk to your plumbing when children come to visit for the holidays. No one wants to have to call the plumber because a hand towel...

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