Home Maintenance Tips

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Bringing Home Baby: A Guide to Babyproofing Your Home

Use these tips to babyproof your home for your newborn child.

Bringing home your bundle of joy is an exciting time in any parent’s life. However, did you remember to get your home ready for your new daughter or son? Babyproofing is a crucial part of raising a child. Remember, your baby’s safety and wellbeing is your top priority as a parent. Use these babyproofing tips in your Middle Tennessee home.



Repair All Hazards Prior to Bringing Baby Home

Before your bundle of joy is brought into the world, you should take time to identify and repair any hazards located around your home. This includes molds, water leaks, broken appliances/areas of the house, and anything that can pose a significant threat to an infant’s development and quality of life.


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What Do You Need in Your Middle Tennessee Home?

Your home is your legacy. It can live on for generations if you so choose. When purchasing a new home, it’s imperative to ensure that your intended house has everything your desire — or, has the ability to eventually include those desires.


Each homeowner will have his or her own desires. Some may want a luxury patio while others simply want a quaint kitchen and a living room. The needs and desire will vary from family to family! Check out these six common home necessities.

1) Ample Storage Space

For growing families, storage space is key. As your family grows, joins new activities, goes on new adventures together, and takes on all of life’s challenges, you’ll need a place to store everything

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5 Home Maintenance Tips You Can’t Forget About in June


June is well underway. Have you gotten started on these crucial home maintenance tasks? If not, make time to complete them as soon as possible!

Clean and Seal Your Deck

In the summertime, you spend a lot of time on your outdoor deck or patio. Go outside and take a good look at your deck — is it a bit dirty from the wear and tear of the previous seasons? Now is the time to clean up your deck and seal it once again.


Be sure that all of the deck furniture and decorations have been moved, and you have properly swept your entire deck. Should you choose to use a specific type of cleaner, be sure to scrub those difficult areas using cleaner and a broom. Once you’re done using cleaner, rinse

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4 Tips Gardening Beginners Can Use This Summer

Gardening beginners can easily use these tips during the summer weather
The summer weather is finally upon us. Temperatures are rising and the weather, aside from a few storms here and there, is absolutely beautiful. If you’re like many Middle Tennessee residents, you cannot wait to get outside and tend to your garden.


If you happen to be an avid gardener, you have already started prepping and getting ready for a beautiful garden weeks ago. However, in Middle Tennessee, the temperature and weather difference between spring and summer can be drastic — especially for your flowers and other plants.


Don’t take the summer heat and the sunshine lightly! Use these tips to ensure that your garden stays beautiful all summer long.


Weed Your Garden Regularly


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It’s Time to Complete Those April Home Maintenance Tasks!

Who doesn’t enjoy a beautiful spring day in Middle Tennessee? While you may be tempted to sunbathe the day away, this is actually the perfect time to start working on your April home maintenance tasks.


This month, try and accomplish the following tasks to have your house running properly and efficiently all year long.


Set Up Your Outdoor Furniture

If you’re looking to spend your weekends relaxing on your deck or patio, now is the time to start thinking of your outdoor furniture set up. Not sure what type of patio furniture or decorations you should use? Good thing PARKS has your back! Check out these patio trends for 2015 courtesy of PARKS.



Inspect Your Roof

Just like the

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4 Spring Gardening and Landscaping Tips You Can Do Today

It’s finally starting to feel like spring in Middle Tennessee. If you’re like most people, you are probably dying to get outside and enjoy the warm, beautiful weather. While you’re outside, why not get some gardening and landscaping projects done? The weather is great and you can get a head start on your gardening; it’s a win-win situation!


Try out these simple gardening and landscaping tips and ideas this spring.

Spruce Up Your Lawn First

The winter weather most likely left quite a bit of twigs, leaves and other types of outdoor debris strewn across your lawn. Before you dive head first into your gardening projects, be sure to pick up any sticks and leaves scattered about your lawn.

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5 Quick Cleaning Tips You Can Use in March (Or Any Month of the Year)

All right Mother Nature, Middle Tennessee is tired of snow and ice! Bring us some of that amazing spring weather. For many, spring weather signals the start of spring cleaning. But who decided that a majority of your cleaning had to occur in the spring? These quick cleaning hacks will help you all year long.


Clean Your Blinds Using Vinegar

Attempting to clean the many blinds around your home can be daunting and difficult. That is, unless you use this trick!


Mix equal parts water and vinegar in a bowl of your choice. Obviously, the more blinds you have in your house, the more mixture you’ll need.


Find an old, and clean, sock and slip it on your hand. Dip your hand

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4 Home Maintenance Tips for the Month of February

The Groundhog has made his decision, and it looks like once again we’ll be facing several more weeks of winter. But that’s okay; it gives you more time to get prepared for spring cleaning and whatever else 2015 has in store for you and your family. While you’re waiting for warmer weather, be sure to use this home maintenance tips during the chilly month of February.

Start Organizing Your Home for Spring Cleaning

Depending on how messy your home currently is, spring cleaning may be a hassle for you. Instead of dreading your spring-cleaning activities, use the month of February to get prepared. Organizing all of your cleaning supplies and drafting a cleaning schedule prior to spring will help you

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