Rejuvenate Your Aging Refrigerator

Have you been looking for help making your aging refrigerator look new, or at least better than it does right now? There are a few things that you can do to give your refrigerator a makeover to help it coordinate with the rest of the d├ęcor in your kitchen, or just look less embarrassing to the guests that enter your home. Remove the Dents Having unsightly dents on the refrigerator can make your entire kitchen look aged. Read More 

Key Trends For Water Treatment In 2015

Fresh water is something everyone needs to survive, and that's why the water treatment industry is so vital to modern society. By producing fresh drinking water and providing jobs for millions of people, it has established a key role in the lives of Americans. With so much innovation in this sector, it promises to continue creating dialogue that moves health and commerce forward. Here are the key trends for water treatment in 2015. Read More 

Is The Water In Your Pool Leaking Or Evaporating? Here’s How To Find Out

Are you a homeowner who has been noticing that the water level in your swimming pool has been dropping rather rapidly? If so, you have to determine if the pool is actually leaking, or if you're just losing a lot of water due to evaporation. Pool water, no matter how much chlorine you put in it, will still evaporate. If you're having hot weather, even in winter -- and in the more southern parts of the country, a winter heat wave is not unheard of -- the water will evaporate more quickly. Read More 

4 Tips For Growing A Healthy, Organic Garden

If you're trying to grow a healthy garden without using harsh chemicals and fertilizers that may affect the quality of the soil, you may think that it's a real challenge. Not all soil is fertile enough to support a garden, and weeds and pests may seem as if they've often taken over. Consider four simple but important tips for keeping your garden healthy while still keeping it organic. 1. Use mulch Read More 

How To Successfully Repair Pot Holes In Your Asphalt Driveway

Potholes in your driveway are never good; they can damage your auto (especially if you leave them over an extended period of time) and spoil the overall look of your drive. They can also be tripping hazards. Successfully repairing a hole on your asphalt drive may not be as difficult as you think. With a little preparation, you can do a great job of it yourself. You won't need to hire a contractor to do it for you, and can save some money. Read More