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Posted by: cia001 |  Posted on: May 7, 2013 | No Comments »

Every gardener knows when the evenings get longer and summer approaches, there’s one important task to be completed, to maintain the health and appearance of trees and shrubs. This task is trimming. Trimming reduces overgrowth, increases the number of healthy branches and the amount of sunlight shrubs and trees get. It’s vital to approach this Read on…

Posted by: DIY Doctor |  Posted on: May 6, 2013 | No Comments »

Step out into the light, the sun is shining and it is time to do something about the garden path. If your path is less than inviting, but Landscaping scares you, find out how to remove your old concrete path and lay a new one with our series of YouTube videos, to break down the Read on…

Posted by: Hannah |  Posted on: May 5, 2013 | No Comments »

With news that the UK shale gas projects may not actually lower energy prices, it is time to start working out just what we can do to make our homes more efficient this summer in preparation for the winter of 2013. Despite the fact that US gas prices are currently at the lowest in the Read on…

Posted by: Chloe D |  Posted on: May 4, 2013 | No Comments »

Replacing a light switch may seem like a simple job, but it requires some basic electrical knowledge, and may end up becoming quite confusing if you don’t know what to do. Always make sure that you read the instruction manual that comes with your new switch plate cover before you begin work, and if you Read on…

Posted by: Chloe D |  Posted on: May 3, 2013 | No Comments »

      Knowing which fish can go in your pond will mean that you won’t get it right by trial and error, and end up with heartache when you unwittingly kill a fish. Knowledge is power, so arm yourself with the right information and get it right first time. Fish, just like plants, are all Read on…