Flowers And Care Packages: Great Gifts For College Students

If you know a college student out of state, you know that getting them a gift can sometimes be tricky. You may not know what they like, and then you have to ship it to them. If you simply want to send them a care package, you may not know what to include or have the time to put one together. Here are some ideas for great gifts for any college student. Read More 

How A Gas Furnace Works To Complete Combustion & What You Can Do To Keep It Clean

Having a gas furnace can become a fire hazard if you are not careful about how much dirt is allowed to accumulate around it and the amount of oxygen in the air. A lack of oxygen and dirt can lead the flame of the pilot to experience incomplete combustion, which is dangerous because it can cause carbon monoxide to get inside of your home. Below, you will find out how a gas furnace works to complete combustion and what you can do to keep it clean. Read More 

Affordable Flooring For Your Interior Design Needs- Outlet Stores Serve Your Needs

Upgrading your home often starts with the floor up. If you're on a tight budget, outlet stores can help you get more value for your dollar--and a beautifully remodeled home as a result. Discover great ways to give your home the makeover it needs with affordable flooring options. How outlet stores save you money If you are working with a smaller budget, an outlet store is a great way to get much more for less. Read More 

Learn How To Operate A Gas-Powered Chainsaw Safely

Of the many pieces of outdoor power equipment homeowners use on a regular basis, perhaps none is more powerful or more dangerous than the gas-powered chainsaw. According to the U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission, there were more than 28,500 chainsaw injuries in 1999. The average incident required 110 stitches and yielded medical bills totaling $5,600. Most of these accidents can be attributed to user error--working in unsafe conditions, operating a chainsaw without sufficient know-how, and using the chainsaw incorrectly. Read More 

4 Ways To Deal With Ice Dams Before They Ruin Your Gutters

Ice dams are those thick slabs of ice that form at the edges of your roof. They perilously hang over the eaves, threatening to slide off and collide with the front end of your car or worse: land on a member of your family. The damage they cause to your gutters, to the deck of your roof and to anything indoors under the roof - be it carpet or furniture - is heartbreaking enough on its own. Read More