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How to Transform Your Bathroom into a Luxurious Spa

From their minimalist style to their open atmosphere, spas are known for their soft and calming environment. Taking a trip to the spa is a great way to relieve stress and pamper yourself with soothing treatments; however, it can be hard to find the time to have a spa day. Now you can make everyday […]

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Stucco Repair

Stucco Repair If you plan on having your house’s stucco exterior painted, you must first ensure your stucco is in good shape. Stucco homes have earned a bad reputation, but not because stucco as a product is bad. In fact, the cement or lime-based plaster is very low-maintenance.It’s the application that’s key.If moisture cannot escape, […]

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How to Powerwash your Home

After a long, harsh winter, the exterior of your home can begin to look a little dirty, dingy, and moldy. With the season starting to change, spring is the perfect time to conquer this mess! A good power washing will not only improve the looks of your home, but it will clear away any harmful […]

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Protecting Your Home this Winter

The winter months can do a number on the exterior of your home. Whether it’s damage to yours siding, roofing shingles, or gutters, these problems can occur at any time throughout the winter. Keep your home looking it’s best this winter with these upkeep tips! Keeping your gutters clear. It is vital to check your […]

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Horticulture Oil

Using Horticulture Oil for Insect Control Horticulture oils have been used to control pests for more than 100 years. Oils target both the egg and adults of aphids, mites, twig borers, pear psylla, scale insects, cutworms & leaf rollers before they can cause problems. Before the development of current oil refining techniques, oils were heavier […]

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How is your Water Bill?

Increa$ing Water Bill As temperatures warm and landscape water demands increase, homeowners may start to notice the effect of Cedar City water rate increase that began last February. According to the Mayor’s January , 2013 Newsletter, the average residential customer could see an overall increase in their bill of about $11 per month if water […]

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Planting

It’s Planting Season! Thumbing through seed catalogs and browsing the isles at the local nurseries are two of my favorite spring time activities. But I admit, with so many selections available it can be a bit overwhelming at times. Hopefully the following tips will help simplify the process. Prior to filling my shopping carts, I […]

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Perfect Lighting

Three Steps to the Perfect Lighting Most people notice a poorly lighted room. This is most noticeable in high task areas such as the kitchen, laundry and bathroom. I mean, think about it; where do most people work in the home? Of course, one needs the most light in kitchens, bathrooms and laundry areas. One […]

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Xeriscaping-Landscape of the Desert

What is Xeriscaping? Xeriscaping is defined as a method to conserve water through the use of creative landscaping. In North America, well over 50% of water used is for watering lawns and maintaining landscaping. With water becoming a precious commodity in the US, xeriscaping become a viable alternative. Decorative rock is becoming more popular and […]

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