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  • Here are some helpful tips for renting a storage unit to save you time, money and make your self-storage experience as positive and hassle-free as possible.

    10 Tips for Renting a Storage Unit

    10 Tips for Renting a Storage Unit

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  • Folks love living in lofts and working in open-plan offices. The barrier-free lifestyle has its advantages; however, sometimes a fella just needs a little privacy.

    DIY Cardboard Tube Screens

    DIY Cardboard Tube Screens

    by Fairus Mohd Aziz2

  • Moss in a lawn competes with grass, looks unsightly and can make mowing more difficult. Fortunately it is easy to get rid of, and measures can be taken to prevent it

    3 Easy Steps to Killing Moss in Lawns

    3 Easy Steps to Killing Moss in Lawns

    by Eugene Brennan12

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  • Hostas are hardy plants and a staple in northern shade gardens. Knowing how and when to divide them can add more healthy plants to your garden.

    How to Grow and Divide Hosta Plants

    How to Grow and Divide Hosta Plants

    by Anthony Altorenna30

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  • Sympathetic repairs and modifications to an old writing desk bureau to retain its patina, including a couple of minor changes to the design to improve the fit of the pigeon-holes and to make better use of storage space between the legs.

    Renovating a Writing Desk Bureau to Retain Patina

    Renovating a Writing Desk Bureau to Retain Patina

    by Arthur Russ12

  • If you're thinking about painting your house, you might be wondering if there's a difference in quality between Sherwin Williams and Benjamin Moore paint. Coming from a painter who's used both, find out if one brand is better than the other.

    Sherwin Williams vs Benjamin Moore: Which Paint Is Better?

    Sherwin Williams vs Benjamin Moore: Which Paint Is Better?

    by Matt G.0

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  • This article explores the ten most beneficial bugs for your garden. It focuses primarily on insects known to consume common garden pests such as aphids and mites. Introducing beneficial bugs to your garden is important as it allows gardeners to avoid harmful pesticides and insecticides.

    Ten Beneficial Bugs for Your Garden

    Ten Beneficial Bugs for Your Garden

    by Larry Slawson3

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