Understanding Home Decor

Looking For A Fireplace? Go With Gas

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A fireplace can be such a lovely, relaxing addition to your home. There are thousands of different styles and options out there, but when it comes down to it, they all fall into two camps: gas and wood. While wood-burning fireplaces are the most conventional, gas is really taking the fireplace world by storm. Here are some advantages you can enjoy when you choose a gas fireplace over the wood options. Read More»

Steel The Show: The Pros And Cons Of Stainless Steel Countertops

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Stainless steel counters are not the most popular choice in home kitchens, but they are certainly gaining popularity. They’re a great choice for anyone who wants a more modern, industrial look. However, there are a few pros and cons associated with stainless steel, and you would do well to consider both sides before having this type of countertops installed. Pros of Stainless Steel Counters Stainless steel counters are non-porous. Basically, this means that bacteria and other germs cannot make their way into the surface. Read More»

Insight To Help You Install And Maintain Your Lawn Sprinkler System

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Keeping your lawn and yard watered regularly and properly through the summer is an essential part to keep your yard maintained and growing healthy. If you do not already have an in-ground sprinkler system for your lawn, installing one yourself or hiring a professional to do so will help you keep up on your yard. Here are some tips to help you install a well-functioning and efficient yard sprinkler system. Read More»

Elements Of A Scandinavian-Style Bathroom

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Design trends come and go. However, some décor styles are so classic they always stick around. An example of such a classic is Scandinavian décor. According to The Spruce, simplicity, beauty, and utility are important elements of the Scandinavian style. These elements are ideal for a bathroom. Find out how to incorporate specific elements of a Scandinavian style into your bathroom design. Light, Muted Palette At the base of Scandinavian style is a light, muted palette. Read More»

Take Care Of Your Septic Tank And Pay Attention To Septic Tank Problems

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There is not a ton of work to do when you own a septic tank, but you do have to pay attention to problems with your system that arise when your system is starting to fail. A typical home septic tank should be pumped out every few years and inspected to make sure the tank is intact and working properly. A steel septic tank will last about 15 to 20 years, while those made of concrete can last up to 40 years. Read More»