Pollen season is officially upon us. And if you’re like many people, you or someone you live with is feeling the effects. Just in time for spring, here are five ways you can make your home a bit more comfortable for allergy sufferers.
No matter where you live, winter can take its toll on your lawn. Whether you experienced cold and snow or just a dry spell, your grass may have developed some brown patches—or worse. And that might have you thinking about reseeding or laying sod this spring.
Everyone thinks about fuel economy when it comes to cars. But what about your lawn mower? According to one major manufacturer, a simple tune-up can improve fuel efficiency by up to 30% and reduce emissions by up to 50%. And it’s easy! Follow these tips to help the environment, save money and make mowing your lawn easier this spring.
Love them or hate them, there’s no denying the popularity of garden gnomes. The mischievous decorations, fishing, napping, or just standing sentry, can be found in gardens across the United States and Europe. You’re bound to see a few new ones pop up in gardens near you this spring. So, where did they come from?
You may have heard that air conditioning service costs are on the rise. This is due in large part to the EPA’s decision to phase out the production of the most commonly used refrigerant in air conditioning systems called R22, commonly marketed under many brand names including Freon®. Why is it being phased out? And, how is American Home Shield addressing the issue?