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Seal and Protect

Excessive heat, ultraviolet rays and substances such as salt, oil, gas and grease all take their toll on an asphalt driveway. Without protection your driveway can become a lumpy, crumbling mess. A little time spent patching and sealing can extend the life of your driveway and improve the curb appeal and value of your home.

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Cut the Clutter & Organize your "Stuff"

A clutter-free and organized home has obvious benefits but getting there can seem to be an overwhelming task.

Too many tomatoes? Surplus of strawberries?

This winter, wouldn't it be nice to take a jar of summer-perfect fruits or veggies out of the cabinet? While "old-school", canning preserves the harvest-fresh taste and nutrition of fresh fruits and veggies and ensures you of chemical-free food for your table this winter. There are basically two methods of canning:

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How's Your Garden Doing?

Have you noticed black spots on your plants and veggies or a powdery white substance on the leaves? Either could be a disease fatal to your plants if left untreated.

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Proven Tips to Keeping Your Lawn Green Proven Tips for Keeping Your Lawn Green

Despite recent thunderstorms, July and August will most likely be our driest and hottest months this year -- conditions that are tough on your lawn. Watering is critical to keep your lawn healthy and green but different grasses require different amounts of water. For example, Kentucky bluegrass will turn brown and go dormant during the hot, dry summer months if not watered consistently while Bermuda grass requires less water to maintain a healthy green color. Here are specific watering recommendations for three of the most popular types of lawn grass: