Thermally Modified Wood As a natural wood option thermally modified wood (TMW) has been around in Europe since the 90's and is starting to gain in popularity here in North America. The practice of heating wood dates back to…
The sheen or gloss of a paint will determine its ability to hide flaws, enhance architectural features, or make for easy cleanup and stain resistance.
Whether cutting storm-damaged branches and dead limbs, regulating growth or shaping a tree for aesthetic purposes, regular trimming is important to promoting a healthy, good-looking tree.
Shutters add a rich detail and character to your home while protecting your windows from damaging winds and rain.
Home composting is good for you and your family, your garden and the planet. Here are the basics.
Gutters are the unsung heroes of a home's exterior. When constructed from copper, this oft-overlooked detail becomes more than a rainy day standout.
Looking for a different approach to growing houseplants? Skip the potting soil and give hydroponics a try. Cultivating your window garden in glass vessels will provide an entirely new perspective on the growing process along with new challenges to your gardening skills.
Unlimited storage space would be great. But sufficient space is possible—if you make full use of the laundry, basement, attic and garage.
If you've always wanted one of those beautiful table centerpieces that look like miniature Christmas trees but didn't want to shell out the $40 they cost, they're quite easy to make and a fun project to do with children.
The vibrant poinsettia, the flowering plant most often associated with Christmas, is a relative newcomer on the holiday scene, only claiming its title in the early days of the 20th century.