Your wedding day should be the most special day of your life, from beginning to end. Once the nerves of the ceremony are out of the way, it is time to let your hair down and celebrate your nuptials with your friends, family, and loved ones. And what could make the reception party more special than by hosting it in your own back garden? Instead of finding yourself in an unfamiliar space, you'll be able to celebrate in the home you will share as husband and wife.
Congratulations on the ownership of your first lawn mower. Mowing the lawns yourself will save having to pay someone else to do it, and you can burn off 259 calories an hour while you're pushing the mower around the garden. Unfortunately, lawn mowers don't always work exactly as they should. So, if you're having a few problems getting your mower to start, have a look at this list to see if you can diagnose your mower woes yourself.
So you've heard about mould, and you have some idea that it might not be great to have it in your home. But you aren't exactly sure how it appears, why it's so bad, and how you can get rid of it. Here's everything you need to know. How does mould form? Mould in the home can be seriously bad news, but before you can comprehend the dangers, you have to understand what mould actually is and how it forms.
If you need a bit of extra storage space, you can easily build a pole-barn extension next to your existing shed. The pole-barn style of storage building is so easy to create that it is renowned for being able to be built by a single person. Even if you don't have building experience, you can tackle this simple design. Here's what you need to do. 1. Clear the ground and decide how wide you want your extension to be
Unfortunately, summer is now over, and the colder days of winter are on their way. For the 18.5% of the Australian population that deals with arthritis on a daily basis, winter means aching joints and painful flare-ups. Now that you are planning a kitchen redesign for your home, these four tips will help to reduce the amount of ongoing pain you have to put up with because of your arthritis condition.