Connect with us

Most Orders over $49 Free Shipping*

Archives: February 2015

  1. Weekend Warrior: Updating the House Number Display

    Updating your house number display is a great weekend project for the whole family. Whether the numbers are fading, falling apart, or simply boring, there are options for updating the numbers that range from classic, to creative, to downright outlandish. Having an appealing house number display makes the exterior of a property more appealing. Purchase some tools and materials from...
  2. Weekend Warrior – Deciding on the Perfect Fire Pit

    Outdoor fire pits are one of the trendiest outdoor features. They contribute to a relaxing atmosphere that can be enjoyed with both small and large groups. Selecting a fire pit design is usually the most challenging part of the process because there are so many options. The perfect pit is one that reflects your personality while achieving your desired goal...
  3. Arts & Crafts – Planning an Outdoor Winter Wedding

    Planning an outdoor wedding during the winter is a charming and romantic idea. Because many couples say “I do” during the spring and summer months, most venues and rental companies offer substantial discounts in the winter. The money saved can go toward a new home or the honeymoon. On the other hand, a winter wedding has some unique challenges, the...
  4. Weekend Warrior – Tips for Painting House Exterior during Winter

    Painting the exterior of a house in the winter comes with a few challenges. If your home desperately needs a new coat of paint and the job has to be done during the winter season, there are a few things you should know. While this task can ideally be done over the weekend, winter weather is unpredictable. Don’t be surprised...
  5. Safety & Sanitation – Are you Prepared for a Winter Emergency?

    The severity of a winter storm depends on your location, but if there is even the slight possibility that winter weather could impact you severely, preparation may prevent injuries. This winter, take a few extra steps to ensure that you are ready to deal with everything from freezing pipes to power outages. Here are a few ways to do so...
  6. Handyman Help – Maintain Curb Appeal During Winter

    Winter temperatures should not deter you from keeping the exterior of your home beautiful and appealing. This is particularly true for homeowners who have their property on the market. Potential buyers will be more inclined to purchase a property that holds up elegantly to harsh winter conditions. Even if you are not planning to sell your home, curb appeal during...
  7. Planning for Incidents and Emergencies at Construction Sites

    Contractors, property owners, and onsite managers should have plans in place for incidents and emergencies that arise on jobsites. To ensure that emergencies are handled as effectively as possible, all staff and crew should be briefed on response protocols. To keep construction sites operating smoothly and safely on a consistent basis, emergency response procedures must continually undergo review and revisions...
  8. Handyman Help: DIY Snow Blower Maintenance

    Snow blower maintenance is best done before storing the machine away for the off-season. If you didn’t service your snow blower at the end of last season, you can still give the machine some attention before using it this winter. First, choose a well-lit area where you will have a lot of space to move around the blower. Be sure...

8 Item(s)