Walter Patterson

Three Ways To Use A Lift-Top Coffee Table

When you shop for a coffee table, it's ideal to look for a model that offers storage space beneath its surface. Many coffee tables have hinged tops, which will provide you with a suitable space for keeping magazines, remote controls, and other devices that might otherwise pile up in your living room. One alternative to a coffee table with a hinged top is a model with a top that lifts up.

Keeping Comfortably Cool With The Use Of Ceiling Fans In Your Home

Is it a good idea to install ceiling fans in almost every room in your house? You bet it is. There was barely any spring season to begin with in some states in America as hot summer days barreled in with a fury during the spring season. Now that it's July and the temperature is rising fast, you can expect that hotter days are not far behind. August heat will be marching in pretty soon, too.

Just The Facts: An Overview Of Radon Testing For Homeowners

If you're starting to shop for a home or if you've recently been looking into matters of home safety, you've probably come across some recommendations for radon testing. However, the information that gets tossed around about radon can be quite vague. If you have some questions or are not quite sure why you need to be concerned about radon in the first place, then take a look at the guide below.

5 Reasons Cubicles Are Perfect For The Pandemic-Era Office

For many years, the trend in office design has been an open layout. Walls, offices, cubicles, and other dedicated spaces were considered old-fashioned and antisocial and discouraging to collaboration or creativity. But in 2020, the cubicle is about to see its renaissance. Why? Here are five of the most important reasons to bring cubicles back into your space. 1. They Promote Social Distance. Workers who used to be placed in tighter configurations must now be spread out.

Insight To Help You Tackle Early Pest Control In Your Yard This Spring

Springtime is here, and with it, beautiful new bulbs and green growth from grasses and other vegetation has just begun to sprout from the ground. Along with new vegetation emerging from the soil, yard pests, such as insects and mice, will emerge from their hiding places and seek to enter your home or cause problems in your yard. Here are some recommendations to get your yard ready for summer by reducing and eliminating a number of common pests before they can become a bigger problem later on in the year.