Gardner’s Edge has been assisting homeowners and avid gardeners since 2005. Follow their spring checklist to ensure a healthy, lush lawn and garden this season!
Whip Your Yard & Garden Beds into Shape
Your yard has probably collected some fallen limbs, leaves,...Read More
Flooding is a coast-to-coast threat to parts of the United States nearly every day of the year. The National Weather Service has created a site to help keep you safe in a flood event.
If you know what to do before, during, and after a flood can increase your chances of survival and...Read More
Make these 15 preventative maintenance tips part of your spring cleaning to-do list this year
Change your air filters
For most people, you should change the filters in your heater and air conditioner unit once every three months. If you have bad allergies, then...Read More
2019 is predicted to see an increase in the number of businesses using chat bots.
Chatbots are personalizing customer experiences. Successful chatbots will work to understand using machine learning over time to learn and understand the nuances of the user’s requests and improve the...Read More
Don’t forget that Daylight Savings Time kicks in on Sunday. You need to move your clocks ahead an hour. There goes an hour of sleep. But, you can feel safer that children will be leaving for school in daylight rather than in the dark.Read More
According to J.D. Power, the top rated overall vehicle dependability brands are:
The study...Read More
No matter where you live, water causes severe damage. With winter thaw, flooding is more than possible. However, flood insurance is not part of your standard homeowners insurance.
Most homeowners insurance will cover water damage from a burst pipe, but not heavy rain, rising rivers,...Read More
Cold temperatures across the United States have caused consumers havoc both in their homes and in their cars.
Americans spend over $3 billion per year to repair pothole-related damage to their cars.
Extreme cold weather coupled with heavy traffic...Read More
If you are considering buying jewelry for Valentine’s Day, here are five tips from Anne D’Innocenzio of The Associated Press.
Beware of discounts – do your research. The median price of a piece of jewelry, excluding engagement rings and wedding bands, is $350.Read More