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November 19, 2022
Digging Tools to Work in Your Garden

While a basic shovel will definitely help you dig a hole, don’t limit yourself to a shovel alone when there's all types of digging tools available. Whether you’re gardening or going on an archaeological expedition in your garden or prepping the ground for construction, the right tools will go a long way in helping your […]

October 31, 2022
Best Tools for DIY Beginner

I have been DIYing for as long as I remember but working in/on our own house for the last 10 years I have come to realize what tools you need, which are nice to have, what to invest in and what you can do without. Do whether your just starting out, looking for a gift, […]

October 29, 2022
The Most Important Safety Precautions to Take Before Any DIY Project

Photo: Martina Pellecchia (Shutterstock) Doing your own home improvement projects and maintenance can be rewarding: In addition to saving money, there’s a sense of accomplishment that comes with completing a task yourself. But accident rates for DIY enthusiasts might be higher than you think, so practicing some basic safety precautions when you’re using power tools, […]

July 28, 2022
Help in managing the spread of invasive trees and vegetation in the U.S.

When introduced beyond their natural geography, many species of trees and vegetation can infest and degrade land while harming native ecosystems. They have the potential to overtake fields and forests, or even the resources native grasses and vegetation need to live, which results in killing off valuable grazing and production land. Stringent control and eradication […]

July 25, 2022
4 Ways to Use Landscaping to Increase Your Homes Energy Efficiency

Landscaping and energy efficiency are increasingly going hand in hand as electricity and gas bills can be reduced with a proper garden design approach. Landscaping and lawn care in modern architecture begins to be considered very seriously. All the smart buildings that are currently being designed and built massively incorporate plants and green areas to regulate […]

June 27, 2022
They’re Coming for Your Lawn Mower

When Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-CA) unveiled her ridiculous Green New Deal three years ago, her ‘fact sheet’ lectured us about the perils of cow farts and the need to eliminate airplanes, while simultaneously waxing poetic about the need to financially support those who are “either unable or unwilling to work.” Excuse us for our skepticism, AOC, but […]

April 12, 2022
Equipment Rental for Home Construction

The worldwide pandemic has affected many industries across various regions. Both residential and commercial construction sectors have deteriorated. In this case, some of the projects started have faced many challenges. However, the economy has improved after the pandemic became manageable. Home construction projects have been rejuvenated, thus increasing the demand for heavy construction equipment. The […]

March 16, 2022
DIY Projects: What Are Must-Do Fixes To Improve The House Structure

There are a few DIY projects that homeowners must do in order to improve the house structure. These projects are important for the safety of the home and its inhabitants. In this article, we’ll discuss what these projects are and how to go about completing them. 1. Fixing Structural Defects One of the most important […]

March 14, 2022
Construction worker pay grew at the fastest rate in 40 years as builders are desperate to keep up with the real estate boom

Builders have been struggling to hire and keep up with the demand for real estate. Now they're raising wages. Alexi Rosenfeld/Getty Images The homebuilding sector added 6,700 new jobs in February. Construction wages are 6% higher than this time last year, marking the fastest growth in 40 years. Hiring and better pay could lead to […]

March 11, 2022
A DIY Garden Trellis Is the Perfect Spring Project

Photo: Rachel Maxwell (Shutterstock) It’s the time of year when gardeners are itching to get some plants in the ground—but if you live in a climate zone where it’s still too early, there’s another project you can tackle now to kick-start this year’s garden. If you’re looking to maximize your space, take advantage of more […]

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