We are moving into a home where the previous owner had dogs that loved to dig. There are deep holes all through the yard. What is the best way to fill the holes so th... See more
something low maintenance
Bought a suburban house a year ago with a lovely green grass fenced backyard that has two pine trees and a slight grade up from the house to the back fence. My nei... See more
I have already used an outdoor grout sealer, but I am wondering if there is something else to use to strengthen it more.
West facing brick exterior wall heats my daughter's bedroom. Looking for attractive, successful plans using trellis with perennial climbing plant to cool down this ar... See more
I have 2 tree stumps from recent dead tree removal. Any ideas on how to camouflage these? One is where sprinkler system spout is so can’t fully cover area. Thanks. ... See more
My new house in North Carolina and I don't have a clue where to start. Where do I create value and how do I create curb appeal? Please share experience, ideas, though... See more
I live in the woods, we have a decent yard we keep maintained. The woods in the back have vines, trees, weeds, etc that are constant work to keep cut back. They keep ... See more
Hi, can I send a picture of the front of my house for some improvement
Have 3 large ones, they were rotting so with the changing climate felt like we had to do something. One is very close to our water well which is drilled 180 feet down... See more
What would be a good replacement, concrete, sod, or ? I am 56 & divorced, so be kind. Thank you, Tammy Raduege
At the moment, the path is a row of random tiles & slabs, which move when i drag the garden hose...
It is the size of a small but deep pool. About 8 to 9 feet deep and 6 to 7 feet wide.