How to Clean Under A Mower Deck

Tool of Choice: Milwaukee M12 Hackzall Tool Tip: Arm the Hackzall with an Accessory Scraper Blade Landscaping Professional, Gary Miles sent it a tool tip on how he uses a Milwaukee M12 Hackzall to clean under a mower deck. Gary is a landscaper in Texas and he says, “The combination of caliche clay, dust, and […]

25 Ways to Add Curb Appeal to the Home

Fypon is sponsoring the first every National Curb Appeal Month: August 2014 Here are 25 ways Fypon Suggests Adding Curb Appeal to Your Home MAUMEE, OHIO – The importance of curb appeal can never be underrated when you own a home. Whether it’s pride of ownership, fitting in with the neighborhood (or standing out!), the […]

How To Adjust a Sticking Door

Problem: Sticking Door What makes the door stick in the first place? Sticking doors are one of life’s annoyances. I have a friend who simply stopped using an exterior door at her house because it sticks so badly. She nailed it shut. While that certainly eliminated the annoyance (she never fights with the door anymore), […]

How To Seal Outlets and Switchplates

Sealing Electrical Outlets and Switchplates Energy Saving Tips: They seem so small and innocent, but in larger numbers,  outlets can be energy thieves. Think of each one as being a hole venting directly to the outside of your home…and it could be as big as half an inch! When you add up the number of […]

Cedar Lined Closet Tips

Creating a Cedar Lined Closet: Tips and Tricks to give it a finished look For step-by-step instructions for installing cedar planks in a closet: CLICK HERE For Tips and Tricks to finish the closet, keep reading… Creating/Repairing The Tongue In some cases, you’ll find planks that either have an uneven or non-existent tongue on their […]

Cedar Lined Closet – Project

Step-by-step instructions for installing cedar planks in a closet: I love the smell of cedar. There’s just something about opening the closet door and having that scent waft toward me that’s calming. Maybe it’s because of those old cedar chests my grandmother had – the ones that held all the winter clothes in the summer […]