Home & Garden Infographics

Removing Bee and Wasp Hives From Your Home

Removing Bee and Wasp Hives From Your Home

The most famous kind of stinging insect here in the U.S., the honeybee, isn’t actually native to our area. It was brought to the U.S. by European settlers a long time ago. Today, the honeybee and its other cousin-bee species that live here have an important role to play in keeping us healthy. However, I think we can all agree that their important role is best played outdoors. When bees and wasps come inside our homes, they can actually cause more problems than just a sting.

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Guide To Common Flooring Types

Guide To Common Flooring Types

Flooring makes up a major part of your home renovation. When installing new flooring in your home, it can be a tricky decision. There are many factors that go into deciding, including pricing, colors, patterns, durability, installation costs, maintenance, and more. Here is a guide to common flooring types found in homes, including the benefits, limitations and price estimates of each.

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Guide To Arranging Picture Frames On A Wall

Guide To Arranging Picture Frames On A Wall

Whether you have just moved home, or you feel as though your living room is missing that little extra something, a gallery wall could well be the answer. An ever-popular choice, a gallery wall can transform an otherwise dull wall into something captivating for visitors, or add a personal touch to your home to make it really feel like, well, home. But how should it be arranged?

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Energy Savings Tips for Homeowners to Reduce Heating and Cooling Costs

Energy Savings Tips for Homeowners to Reduce Heating and Cooling Costs

If you’re seeing your home energy costs rise in the summer and winter months, you’re not alone. According to the U.S. Energy and Information Administration, more than 50% of home energy consumption in the U.S. is used for heating and air conditioning. If you’re looking to reduce your carbon footprint and protect the environment, these home improvements will also help reduce energy waste from poor home insulation.

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Mother Nature vs. Your Home

Mother Nature vs. Your Home

From Kansas City to St. Louis, homeowners across Missouri and the U.S. are seeing an increase in weather-related damages. For homeowners, it can also mean costly repair bills. As the number of weather-related events causing major damage to U.S. cities rises, the importance of ensuring your home is protected from damaging weather is becoming even more important.

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Unmatched Benefits of Steel Buildings Over Other Alternatives

Unmatched Benefits of Steel Buildings Over Other Alternatives

Steel buildings have many advantages and offer endless benefits that make them a great storage option for everything that you want to store and protect. These steel structures are becoming increasingly popular for many reasons. So, the future of metal building construction looks bright. This Infographic gives you the list of ultimate advantages of steel buildings:

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How Does Drought Affect a Home’s Foundation?

How Does Drought Affect a Home’s Foundation?

Drought conditions and persistent dryness can cause severe damage to your home. You can clearly see the changes happening above ground, but there are also major shifts happening below the ground. As the natural soil moisture dwindles, you will begin to see signs of damage to homes, roads, driveways and patios. For example, Colorado’s clay soil can make properties especially susceptible to these issues.

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How to Stop Stinging Insects From Getting into Your Home

How to Stop Stinging Insects From Getting into Your Home

When outside enjoying a backyard barbeque or hiking in the park, meeting a few insects on your path is common. But when you’re inside the four walls of your own home, these common insects become much less welcome visitors. Here are some tips on keeping unwanted pests and stinging insects out of your home this summer.

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How Much Square Footage You Can Get for $1 Million in Major Cities

How Much Square Footage You Can Get for $1 Million in Major Cities

Depending on where you live, a $1 million home may be a sprawling mansion or a small apartment in a high-rise building. The square footage of a million dollars will vary greatly from city to city and coast to coast. Which of the 50 largest cities in America will give you the biggest real estate bang for your buck? Check out the following infographic to learn more.

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The Ultimate Guide for Dealing with Summer Pests

The Ultimate Guide for Dealing with Summer Pests

In the summer, many emerge from hiding indoors to celebrate the warmer months with picnics in the yard, backyard barbecues and pool parties. Summer is also the time many pests come out of hiding as well. Before these pests ruin your summer fun, uncover what creepy crawlies may be living under your home this summer and how to protect your home from invasion.

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