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  • 5 Reasons To Get Your Irrigation Water Supply Tested Before The Next Growing Season

    Good farmers all know the importance of soil testing to pinpoint deficiencies and formulate a proper fertilization routine, but too many still overlook the equal importance of water testing. Testing the water used for irrigating the fields can reveal the surprising cause of stunted plant growth or poor historical performance. If your soil tests show your fields are good but you're still struggling to produce worthwhile crops, invest in water testing to discover if one of these five issues are affecting your business.

  • Tips For Staying Safe When It Comes To Holiday Lighting

    Beautiful twinkling lights are a great way to add some festivity and warmth to your home during the holiday season. However, there are a few safety tips to keep in mind when you are getting your home ready to put up holiday lights so that you aren't met with a holiday disaster.  Learn the Voltage of All Your Holiday Lights    The one thing you don't want to risk doing when doing your initial setup is either tripping a circuit breaker or blowing a fuse.

  • 6 Electrical Upgrades For A Functional And Attractive Kitchen

    The kitchen is often the most-used room in the house, from preparing meals to helping the kids with their homework. While you might not have the time (or funds) for a full kitchen renovation, these 6 electrical upgrades make this space more functional and beautiful. 1. Under-Cabinet Lighting Not only does proper lighting make your work at the cutting board less dangerous, but it also improves the aesthetic quality of your kitchen.

  • 3 Inexpensive Ways To Make Your House More Energy Efficient

    Are your power bills too high? Your house probably isn't as energy efficient as it could be. The more energy your house saves, the lower your power bills will be. You will also be protecting the environment by using less energy, which, in turn, causes the power plants to use less fossil fuels. You may think it costs a lot of money to make your house more energy efficient, but it doesn't have to be that way.

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A New Kitchen

Do you desperately desire to remodel your kitchen? Before you can begin this worthwhile task, you’ll need to secure a reputable contractor in your area. Inform this professional of your specific wants and needs for your space. For instance, you might wish to remove the wall separating your kitchen from your living room. Your contractor can determine if this wall is a load bearing one. You may also want to move the sink in your kitchen from one location to another one. On this blog, I hope you will discover valuable tips to help you design the kitchen of your dreams. Enjoy!