Prepare Your Oil Burning Furnace For Winter With These Quick Tips

The air has turned crisper, with the hint of aging tree foliage in the atmosphere and cooler temperatures when the sun falls. This means that winter is not far away, and as a homeowner, this also means it is time to get your oil-burning furnace prepared for the long winter ahead. Oil furnaces are fairly well known for their long life spans. In fact, this is one reason why they are still desirable in spite of the fact that they are an older fashioned form of home heating. Read More 

Prepare Your Concrete Driveway For The Upcoming Winter Months

It is warm outside right now but fall is coming up and then the dreaded cold. Winter can cause damage to many things if they are not properly prepared. One of those things is your concrete driveway. Fortunately, there are things you can do to your driveway before the cold weather gets here to ensure it stays in great shape. This includes repairing any damaged concrete, cleaning the driveway, and seal coating it. Read More 

Four Reasons Why A Tractor Would Need Service

Tractors are essential pieces of farm equipment. They need to be maintained just like any other drivable vehicle. If you have not secured any sort of tractor service for your tractor, and you are quite new to farming, here are some reasons why your tractor would need service to help motivate you. Tractors Rely on Diesel Fuel At one time, you could use standard gasoline in a tractor, but not anymore. Read More 

3 Tips for Choosing Exterior Paint Colors for Your Home

Painting the outside of your home is a great way to improve your home's curb appeal significantly. However, since this is a pretty big project to tackle, you probably want to make sure that you choose the right color. Luckily, following these tips can help you choose a paint color that you will love. 1. Consider Your Neighborhood First of all, you'll want to consider the neighborhood that your home is located in. Read More 

How to Refinish a Fiberglass Entrance Door

If your fiberglass door is looking worn, is faded from sun exposure, or is damaged, you don't have to replace it. Fiberglass doors can be stained or painted by a novice DIY, but the project requires patience. Here are tips to refinish a fiberglass entry door. Prepare to Work For this project, you need: work gloves safety goggles breathing apparatus cloths liquid soap wool sponge wire brush Philips screwdriver painter's tape tarp or plastic fine, medium, and coarse sandpaper stain clear lacquer pain thinner or mineral spirits paint brushes or roller stain or primer and paint Lay tarp or plastic over areas you don't want touched by refinishing materials. Read More