Annual Gas Fireplace Maintenance

Your gas fireplace can be divided into five main components. Each of these components requires annual maintenance to make sure your fireplace works properly and safely. 1. Vents The vent system feeds up through a chimney or vent. It must be working properly and without blockages, or you risk the buildup of toxic gases in your home. Although gas fireplaces don't produce soot, dust and debris can get into the vents. [Read More]

2 Things to Check on Your Septic Tank

If you live in a rural area, you are probably a septic tank owner instead of a sewer user. That's because it can be really expensive to run a sewer line out of town for one or two houses and then to pump the sewage back to the processing plant. On the other hand, having a septic tank is going to be a lot easier on you because you don't have to worry about having to absorb some of the cost of hooking up to a distant sewage processing plant. [Read More]

Why Your Wedding Reception Should Have Wildflower Seeds As Party Favors

Are you getting married in the next year or two? Are you actively planning out your wedding and what will be done during and after the wedding? With so many different choices around, it can sometimes be difficult to pick just one option for your ceremony. Fortunately, as far as picking favors for the reception afterward goes, you are certainly free to pick multiple options if you want. But even with the ability to choose several items to give away, sometimes it's still not easy to make a decision. [Read More]

3 Ways To Keep Your Teeth Bright Between Dental Visits

If you're like most people, you're always looking for new, effective, and easy ways to keep your teeth white and bright between professional dental visits. Here are three things you can implement to make it happen: Make Your Own Mouthwash A great way to keep your smile bright and white between dental visits is to make your own whitening mouthwash to use on a regular basis. It's easy to make and holds up well in the fridge between uses – you should only have to make a batch once a week or so. [Read More]