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Retractable Awnings Maintenance Tips 101
Are you looking to create an area on your property where you can relax in the shade? Then a retractable awnings Brisbane is one of your best options! A retractable awning is perfect for installing over your patio, deck or any entrance going into your home. read more...
By Steve Nakousis | Jun-22-2020

How to Choose Retirement Homes for Senior Living?
Retirement is an exciting phase, which is filled with newprospects andoptions. read more...
By Barbara Knox | Jun-20-2020

Why Is Fall Prevention Important In Older Adults?
Falls are identified to be the cause of deaths and hospitaladmittances in the elderly. read more...
By Barbara Knox | Jun-20-2020

Effective Strategies to Improve Your Facility’s Security
Like other companies out there, you would also focus on digital data breaches when preparing the defences. read more...
By Chris Pavlis | Jun-19-2020

Tips for Choosing the Right Commercial Painter in Sydney
It is rightly said, you don’t get a second chance to make a first impression. The appearance of a facility is crucial to not only attract the clients but also help retain the customers, employees, and maximise asset value. read more...
By Mr Sam An | Jun-19-2020

751 Getting the most from your Teak Furniture
Whether for indoor or outdoor use, teak furniture add a distinctive touch to your home because being a strong and durable tropical hardwood native to Asia, Teak has also a versatile appearance that fits wherever you place an item manufactured with this timber. read more...
By Putra Mas | Mar-19-2009

1166 Caring Tips for Teak Patio Furniture
Teak is a hardwood tree native to East Asia, popular in the manufacturing of patio furniture that is mainly crafted in Indonesia, despite it also serves well for indoors and decoration purposes. read more...
By Putra Mas | Mar-19-2009

1570 Home decorating ideas: shutters, doors, and more
Exterior shutters can enhance the beauty and value of your home. The right style of exterior shutters can complement period architecture handsomely. Shutters are practical home decorating choices, as well. They protect your windows from hail, rain, and wind damage. And, they offer excellent interior climate control. read more...
By Jane Muder | Mar-11-2009

1568 Handcrafted Garden Bridges Redwood Bridges for Koi Ponds
There is something about having a great garden. These days you will find that many gardens in the country keep getting smaller and smaller. The newer the house the smaller the garden, it is a fact in the real estate industry. If you want a big garden when you by a house it is most important that you by a house built years ago. read more...
By Joe Guraro | Mar-09-2009

1113 The Tranquil Beauty of an Infinity-Edge Pool
In years past, swimming pools were simply a place to cool off in the summer. People weren't concerned with the appearance of a pool; just that it was nice to have when it was hot outside. read more...
By Gunter Walderon | Mar-09-2009

1245 Send Flowers to Yourself
It is important to pamper ourselves with some things that we usually do for others. We should treat ourselves from time to time to avoid feeling stressed out and tired. This article shares some insights how we can comfort ourselves, starting by giving ourselves a bunch of flowers. read more...
By Timothy Spencer | Mar-07-2009

780 Scrapbooking Your Memories
Memories are treasures that are irreplaceable. Some of us preserve memories through pictures. But to some, scrapbooks are the best memoirs one can have. This article tells about how scrapbooking can help us preserve great memories with pictures and flowers. read more...
By Timothy Spencer | Mar-07-2009

1317 Retirement Home Goes High Tech with Coinless Laundry
Not too long ago I went to visit my father in the “Old Folk’s Home”. This is what he calls the establishment, mind you. The minimum age requirement is 55 and, according to the brochure, it is called "Independent Retirement Living". read more...
By Joann Charamuga | Mar-06-2009

852 3 Factors To Be Considered For Window Replacement
From the security of the home to comfort, everything depends on the windows. It is a well known fact that the windows play a vital role in the air conditioning of the room. read more...
By Sarah James | Mar-03-2009

1594 All about Eco Friendly Wood Homes
Mountain Creations Log Homes uses energy efficient Northern White Cedar, lasting over 100 years and helping to lower the impact on the environment. read more...
By Abby Reid | Mar-02-2009

988 Planning a Gardening Space
Whether you are actually living in a big house or small apartment enjoying a garden space is not that hard as you may think because is not about size, but playing with space to create a delightful green area regardless it is limited to a few pots or cast-iron planters around some patio furniture. read more...
By Larry Billings | Feb-26-2009

983 Gardening Essentials
Although many people associate gardening with spring and summer, your garden can give you satisfactions all year round and many people take gardening like a rewarding hobby that not only provide their homes with lush green areas and beauty flowers, but also with the well-being sensation that contact with nature provides. read more...
By Larry Billings | Feb-26-2009

945 The Ideal Office Gift
Most of the times, we lost ideas of what to give to our co-workers whenever there is an occasion. Moreover, we are more constrained with company policies and work ethics when it comes to gift-giving on the office. This article shares some insight on how office gift-giving be a breeze through flowers. read more...
By Timothy Spencer | Feb-23-2009

1687 Austin Gardening: Native Texas Trees
If living in a peaceful and beautiful environment seems to be impossible for many, the people in Austin Texas could definitely prove them wrong. Thousands of lush native trees and colorful wildflowers could be found in the heart of the city of Austin Texas. read more...
By Joe Cline | Feb-18-2009

1106 Guillermo Ochoa-Cronfel, The Cronfel Firm, Lakeway Realtors
When March enters in Texas, hundreds of wildflower species begin to bloom. Which is why in spring, Texans are busy with a number of festivals. Most of these festivals are created to celebrate the blooming of native Texas wildflowers. read more...
By Joe Cline | Feb-18-2009

856 Items you Should Consider When Remodeling a Home (Kitchen or Bath)
Whether you want to get kitchen cabinets in Phoenix, bathroom cupboards in Minnesota, or a bathtub from Rome, the fact remains that kitchen and bath remodeling is a tough job. That said, you can do the whole remodeling project on your own or you can hire professional help. Whatever the case, you also need to consider how you want your kitchen or your bathroom to look after you’re finished changing the kitchen cabinets and countertops, tubs and lavatories. read more...
By Dennis White | Feb-17-2009

2431 Holland, the Land of Flowers
Holland is known for windmills and of course, tulips. The region is one of the best places in the world to cultivate flowers such as the tulips and roses because of its perfect climate. This article cites a short history how Holland started to grow extraordinary flowers such as the tulips. read more...
By Timothy Spencer | Feb-10-2009

2390 Secretary Day
People say that for every successful executive is a very good secretary. The secretary assists the boss to his/her daily appointments and budgets his/her boss’ time to accommodate these appointments. This article is about how to show our gratitude to our loyal secretaries with the help of flowers. read more...
By Timothy Spencer | Feb-10-2009

1741 Making Your Own Wedding Bouquet
Wedding is one of a girl’s dreams and going perfect is even the best part. Usually, a wedding is handled by a number of people – photographers, wedding planner, relatives and florist – the bride’s personal touch to her wedding. However, there is still something that a bride-to-be can do on her part. This article guides a bride-to-be how to make her bouquet for her wedding day. read more...
By Timothy Spencer | Feb-10-2009

8361 Outdoor Grown vs Greenhouse Grown Flowers
Growing healthy plants, as we know, is a hard task to do, but making these plants bear flowers is a challenge. With sometimes unpredictable climate and other agricultural dilemmas, growing flowers in the outdoors could be frustrating. However, with the greenhouse technology, this big factor to unsuccessful farming can now be overcome. This article discusses how greenhouse technology is more favorable than outdoor gowing of flowers. read more...
By Timothy Spencer | Feb-10-2009