I think it will happen even before then. It lives on the deck all spring and summer and just came inside maybe a week or 10 days ago. I've noticed that there are some "leaves" that aren't nice and green. They're almost a muddy red and they're also thinner than the green ones and a bit dryer. Should I cut them off? None of the buds are attached to those, so they must not be very healthy. I've never noticed this in prior years. I'm a very bad plant mom and nearly never fertilize. I don't
know the last time this one was given any. Should I give it some now or wait until the blooming is over?
Commented on Nov 05, 2012
Agreed Douglas, after 5 years it could probably use some new digs. LOL!
I've been doing a bunch of work for a client up in Wyoming these last couple of weeks. Yesterday when chatting with the clients They mentioned something about a neighbors fence and how
part a shed was modified to do this...I was a bit surprised to hear this. Well the photo does not lie...the corner of the garden shed was cut away to install a fence post. This has got to be the goofiest thing I have seen in a while. What was just as goofy was the neighbor behind this one.
In this second yard the fence extends into the garage...not to the garage but INSIDE the garage. This renders the garage door completely useless. So the two most wacky fence projects I have ever seen are right next door to each other. It almost has me wondering if there is some type of "Bermuda Triangle" of poor fence design there.
I would like to purchase a home warranty if there was a company I could trust. I don't trust paid advertisements, and the online reviews I have seen look bad. Does anyone have good
experience with your home warranty company, or a warning about one to avoid?
Commented on Apr 26, 2012
We bought our townhome in 2008 and it came with AHS. I thought maybe we would keep it for the
year and then let it go. We called them out 5 times for a variety of issues, and yes, it was $60 for the visit, but without the warranty it would have been at least twice just to get someone in the door. We renewed. The second year we had to call them out a number of times, they fixed our clothes dryer twice, replaced our garage door opener, fixed a persistent electrical problem, and fixed a plumbing problem. So far I am very pleased and very much appreciate the service. I will say that I do believe it all depends on the location, management of the regional office, and the contractors that they use. I am in Iowa and I know several people who have been extremely happy with AHS.