Spring is finally here, and many of you are looking for ways to spruce up your home with DIY projects!
Here with some suggestions is Shay Millheiser, TV Home Renovator, Realtor and former HGTV Host of “Flipping Austin.”
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Now is the time to either do the work or have the pro’s do it for you if you want your lawn good and green for fall and into next spring.
Today Matt Green of Green’s Lawncare & Property Services joined us with some tips and pros/cons to help no matter if you decide to go the DIY route or hire a professional.
The benefits of aeration:
- increase oxygen to the soil
- increase root density and structure
- increase water
- increased nutrients
The greens difference:
- Equipment we use
- Seed quality and quantity
- Aftercare instructions
Professional vs Do It yourself/The hassle of doing it yourself:
- Renting the equipment
- Securing the seed
- discovering how to use the equipment
- spending your one day off doing the work
- Guessing how much you need to water
To contact Green’s Lawncare & Property Services call: (317) 680-5705
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DIY expert Adeina Anderson of Creative Lifestyles shares some fun ways to bring fair fun to your backyard.
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This fall brings many of us unknown plans for our school, as well as our work life. Sherri French, lifestyle and parenting expert of Mom Hint has some home workspace organization solutions that will make your workspace more organized, efficient and fun for hours of work.
Paint Chip Calendar – Being organized starts with knowing what you have for each day. Create your own wall calendar with paint chips and a picture frame so you kids can log everything that is due or upcoming at school.
Desktop Organization – On your desk, make sure everything has its place, including the small things. Use mason jars, empty cereal boxes and silicone cupcake holders to create a perfect space. Use a ‘landing pad’ where you put things that are unfinished on so that everything has a place. Use a cutting board, mat or tray.
Keep your cords under control – Use binder clips to help keep your cords in check on the side of your desk and label them with coloured tape at the power bar to know what cord goes to what.
Fidget spinner – Cut a round off of a pool noodle and keep it on your desk so it’s there when you are losing focus.
To find all of these great DIY tutorials on Instagram.
With so many people staying home this year, many of us are taking on do-it-yourself remodeling projects. Chip Wade, one of our favorite TV contractors, joined us today with some DIY inspiration. He’s the original Emmy-winning host of HGTV shows like Elbow Room, Curb Appeal: The Block and several others.
He explains why so many people are taking on projects this year, recommends at least one project you should start, and how you can get technology involved.
More about Chip:
Chip transitioned into media in 2007, lending his carpentry skills to the Atlanta team of HGTV’s Designed to Sell. Since then Chip has appeared on HGTV’s Curb Appeal: The Block, Ellen’s Design Challenge, HGTV’s Showdown, HGTV’s Design Star, HGTV’s Wise Buys, Oprah, and CNN.
As the host, designer and executive producer on his Emmy Award Winning series, Elbow Room, Chip is there from concept through construction to show HGTV and DIY viewers how to customize their spaces and transform houses into homes that perfectly suit their lifestyle. He has become known for his unique ability to utilize cutting edge materials, processes and authentic creativity to craft these large scale, multi-faceted projects Chip is also currently filming a new show for HGTV and DIY.
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