What's A Gabion? If You Want A Rock Wall, Here's What You Should Know

Posted on: 13 January 2015

Gabions are baskets that contain rocks. They are normally rectangular wire mesh "boxes" that are filled with rocks and sewn up with wire so no rocks can escape. They are used as retaining walls, as erosion control along roads and waterways and as garden walls. If you are intrigued by these structures and their uses, here's what you should know about gabions: Gabions are very effective for erosion control. Gabions have been used since ancient times for erosion control.
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Benefits Of Installing Automated Gates

Posted on: 7 January 2015

Automated gates are systems that allow homeowners to enter or exit their home's driveway without having to get out of their car. Many homeowners are recognizing the advantages they can enjoy by installing this kind of gate on their property. Below are listed just a few of these benefits. Greater Security One of the greatest advantages provided by automated gates is that they can significantly enhance the security of your home.
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3 Unwanted Pests Around Your Hot Tub

Posted on: 4 January 2015

Your hot tub is supposed to be a place where you can go to relax and unwind from a long day at work. Going out to use your precious spa only to find a bunch of problems and pests can throw a wrench in your plans. Not only are pests a nuisance, but they can end up causing you to spend a small fortune in repairs. If you find a pest around your hot tub, you need to act quickly to minimize the damage it can do.
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Give Your Home A New Look With These Different Ideas For Using Epoxy With Hardwood Flooring

Posted on: 27 December 2014

There are many different types of flooring you can have installed in your home, but few are as durable and aesthetically pleasing as hardwood flooring. You may still want to have something that is a little different from some of the conventional hardwood flooring installations. This may be combining materials like tile with hardwood, or adding patterns to your hardwood flooring. If you want to give your home a different look with your new hardwood flooring, here are four ideas that will help you:
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