If you already own a window box, make sure it’s in good shape before decorating it for fall. The most beautiful arrangement can only do so much if your window box needs repaired or replaced.
Need a new box? You can either DIY one yourself, buy a kit or purchase a complete box.
Window boxes come in a variety of styles and materials, such as wood, plastic, resin, and wood frames lined with coco fibers. Research the different types of window box materials to find the one that is right for you.
We’ve all been affected by severe storms at some point in our lives. Whether you got caught in a storm while you were away from home, lost power, or sustained significant damage to your home. A flood can be especially devastating to your basement or lower levels. If you’re worried about this happening to you, take a look at this guide on how to prepare your home for a severe storm.
If you’ve ever pulled back a baseboard to find those hair-raising black spots, you know how stress-inducing a mold infestation can be for a homeowner. Mold can grow on many surfaces, including walls, tiles, ceilings, and anywhere regularly exposed to moisture.
When you notice any sign of mold, it’s essential to address it immediately, as left untreated, it can spread and cause irreparable damage and contribute to health conditions such as respiratory illness and allergies. If you’re looking down the barrel of a model remediation project, your first decision is whether to go at it yourself or hire a professional.