When it comes to a keeping a well-maintained home, lawn care holds an important place in the hearts of many Americans.

In 2016, the U.S. Lawn Care industry saw $77 billion worth of revenue and retail sales of lawn care supplies are projected to reach $6.6 billion in 2019. Those numbers alone indicate that Americans are more than willing to spend big on landscape materials.

Eighty million households in the United States have private lawns and 83 percent of Americans think having a yard is important. What’s more, 90 percent of those surveyed think it’s important to have a yard that’s well-maintained. In fact, the average American spends an average of four hours per week taking care of their lawn. That’s more than 200 hours per year that the average person spends making their lawn look its best.

One of the more underrated landscape materials used to improve the landscaping of your home is by using bark dust, which is a combination of ground up bark and wood.

Fir is the

Learn more ...

Every single year, mold forms in homes across the country. Unfortunately, many homeowners overlook the importance of watching out for water leaks and mold. As a result, water grows to an uncontrollable point and builds up to form a mold which is not just gross but downright unhealthy. Therefore, mold inspection and consultation is a huge deal for everyone in America.

American homes utilize more water than the average person can even guess. Understand that on average, one 5-minute shower can use anywhere between 15 to 25 gallons of water. Furthermore, a 10-minute shower is going to potentially use about 40 gallons of water.

One average bath uses nearly 37 gallons of water. Furthermore, 6 gallons of water is used just when you flush the toilet one time. Therefore, there are a lot of places in which water can potentially leak and build up to form mold. So make sure you get mold inspection and consultation more often than not. That way, you can be safe and not sorry!

Learn more ...

When it comes to drain cleaning people often have differing expectations. Some people go straight to a plumber and expect a mechanical solution for their drain troubles. Other, though, go to the store and buy some nice shiny drain cleaner off the shelf to pour into their sink and magically fix their problems. The thing is, those chemicals are really bad for a lot of reasons. One of the most important things you need to be aware of is, what are those chemicals and how will they affect you in the long run. Here are some reasons you don’t want chemicals to deal with slow drainage or a clogged drain.

  • Drain cleaners are TOXIC
    It’s not just that they are chemicals but that they are chemicals that you really shouldn’t be breathing. The fumes from chemical drain cleaners can linger in the air and irritate your throat and nose. You don’t want to touch the chemicals and should wear gloves and protective eyewear when handling them. A professional drain cleaning servi

Learn more ...