Fire Prevention Week is October 5 – October 12. This is a great opportunity to keep up with some standard maintenance on your home. Performing checks on smoke alarms, carbon dioxide detectors, sprinkler systems and fire extinguishers are simple tasks that can make a big difference on the safety of your family and your home.
With the end of summer comes the change in seasons and the change in our outdoor flowers. You can still have a nice looking yard without the beautiful colored blooms by simply deadhead annual and perennial flowers. Deadheading is the process of removing the dead flower from the stems of annual or perennial flowers. To deadhead annual and perennial flowers, you simple cut or pinch the dead bloom off the stem and help the plant and garden area look clean. A clean yard is still a nice yard. Deadheading can also help the flowers show regrowth Read More