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What tools do you need for yard work?

Posted by Christianna Cannon on 6/25/2018 to Outdoor Living
What tools do you need for yard work?

Some jobs never have a true end, and yard work is one of them. After all, there's always going to be wind and weather blowing new crops of leaves all over the place, always a branch that could fall down, weeds popping up, hedges needing to be trimmed, and so on and on.

Whether you're a homeowner learning what it takes to give your yard the care it needs or looking into yard work as a professional career, you're going to need the following tools.

Tools for Beginning Plumbers

Posted by Christianna Cannon on 5/24/2018 to Home Maintenance and Repair
Tools for Beginning Plumbers

Whether you're looking into becoming a plumber as a full-time career, or you simply want to be more prepared to handle issues around the house, there are some tools and supplies you'll absolutely need. Now, this article can't go into enough detail to tell you how to replace every faucet and fix every burst pipe, but we can at least give you a good starting point so you'll be well-equipped to work on your skills. It's worth saying that either way, having even a basic knowledge of plumbing can save you lots of money (and headaches), as you'll be able to perform some maintenance and repairs on your own.


Basic Tools for a Carpenter

Posted by Christianna Cannon on 4/26/2018 to Home Maintenance and Repair
Basic Tools for a Carpenter
Carpentry is defined as a skilled trade comprising the cutting, shaping, and assembly of wooden structures, and today the field has expanded to include other materials and sometimes overlaps with other building skills. Most people who get involved with carpentry find it to be satisfying work, and it's definitely a good skill to at least grasp on a basic level. You'll be able to build things and do repairs, and that's always handy!

Exterior and Interior Home Maintenance for Spring

Posted by Christianna Cannon on 3/26/2018 to Outdoor Living
Exterior and Interior Home Maintenance for Spring

Spring Home Maintenance Checklist

 

If you've been stuck inside most of the winter, you've probably only been able to guess as to how the weather might have affected your home and yard. If everything was covered in snow and debris, potential damage may have been hidden from you. Now that spring has rolled around, it's time to give your home some much-needed care and address any problems that may have cropped up during the winter.

The first thing you should do is a full inspection of your home.

Home Maintenance for Midwinter

Posted by Midland Hardware on 12/19/2017 to Home Maintenance and Repair
Home Maintenance for Midwinter

Midwinter Home Maintenance

It's common to get the winter blues. If you live somewhere cold, you're probably cooped up inside with a few feet of snow blocking your driveway. Snow days from work or school, rather than being a welcome mini-vacation, can start feeling like a curse as you've lost your main incentive to leave the house. It's no wonder so many people can't wait for winter to be over.

If you're getting stir-crazy at home, you can direct that energy into something productive that will also earn you a sense of accomplishment and let you take pride in your limited surroundings. It's time to perform some midwinter home maintenance!

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