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It's No Joke: Being Safe Is an Important Part of Cleaning Your Home

Safety may not be on the minds of people when they gather equipment and cleaning supplies to clean their homes, but even seemingly innocuous items can be dangerous. The National Safety Council warns that accidents and deaths often occur when least...

 

Watch for These Signs That Your HVAC Unit Could Be Fading

A day outdoors soaking up the sun’s rays is many people’s idea of the perfect way to spend a summer afternoon. On such days, a periodic retreat indoors into an air conditioned home can offer some much-needed relief from the heat. HVAC systems...

 

Exterior Televisions Transform Outdoor Living Areas

Outdoor living areas provide a great way for homeowners to spend more time outdoors doing the things they love. That includes watching their favorite shows. Many homeowners take televisions designed for indoors outside when hosting game watches or mo...

 

Signs Of Drought Stress And What To Do About It

A pristine lawn is a source of pride for homeowners. Even the most well-maintained lawns must confront challenges in a given year, and no challenge is more daunting than drought. Homeowners may feel...

 

Exterior Lighting Can Add Ambiance To a Property

The value of the right lighting in a home is undeniable. Lighting can instantly transform a room and create the ambiance homeowners are looking to establish. Though it might be mostly seen as a way...

 

The Optimal Lighting for Your Home's Interior on a Room-To-Room Basis

Lighting in a home serves both practical and aesthetic purposes. It's easy to maneuver around a well-lit home, reducing the risk of slips and falls, and the right lighting can help homeowners create...

 

Organize Your Home Office For Best Remote Working Experience

Remote working has become popular in recent years, but the "working-from-home" economy bloomed exponentially as the world was forced to confront the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Stanford economist...

 

The Dos And Don'ts of Fire Pits for Your Backyard Fires

Many homeowners relish any opportunity to retreat to their backyards, where they can put up their feet and relax in the great outdoors. That retreat-like escape is made even more relaxing when...

 

Essentials for a Backyard Barbecue Spot

Summer barbecue season has arrived, and this season may be an especially active one. Many summer barbecues were called off in 2020 as the world continued to confront the COVID-19 pandemic. But as the number of fully vaccinated adults rises across...

 

Uninvited Insects At Your Party?

Lure away pests with a dish of sugar water or slices of fruit for insects that feed on sweets and nectar, or a slice of sandwich meat for wasps and yellow jackets. Put this dish a distance from your party. But keep your patio clean. Sweep up and...

 

Perennials Need a Little Help, Too

Perennials can add color and vibrancy to any garden. One of the more desirable components of perennials is that they come back year after year, meaning homeowners do not have to invest in a gardenful of new flowers every year. That can add up to...

 

How to Keep Your Garden Safe When a Summer Heat Wave Hits

Summer is a season to relax and enjoy the warm weather. Basking in the summer sun is a great way to relax, but only when the temperatures are safe. Summer heat waves can compromise the health of...

 
 By RICK BOSTON    Life    May 27, 2021

Martinsburg Mayor's Bubblegum Petunias a Welcome Summer Sight

Summertime in the Cove means farmers working their fields, lush green rolling hills as far as the eye can see, and for travelers on South Market Street in Martinsburg, the pink hill of Supertunia...

 

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