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Great Tips on Fence Building

Building a fence is a great way to improve your home's curb appeal, home value and stylish definition of your yard and garden.

But you aren't the only one who has to live with the fence after it's built. The rest of the neighborhood, particularly the folks next door to you, will likewise...

Drainage

If you think a few leaves and twigs in your gutters are harmless, think again. Regular gutter cleaning is the single most important key to avoiding major and expensive home repairs.

Gutters perform one duty: controlling the water around your home. If debris keeps gutters from doing their...

Decks and Patios

Preventing mosquito bites not only enhances your family's enjoyment of outdoor activities, but also protects you from exposure to West Nile virus and other diseases carried by mosquitoes. West Nile virus has been on the rise in many states over the last few years, and growing insect...

Battery-powered Lawn Gear Continues Trending Upward

By Ryan Duffy for The Home Depot

With such a quick transition to warm weather, I’m sure it didn’t take long for many of us to fall behind on honey-do lists, which almost always include yard work this time of year.

As you get your mower, trimmers, blowers and other lawn equipment back up...

Trends in Outdoor Living

(Photo courtesy of I Don't Know How She Does It for The Home Depot.)

By Sarah Fishburne for The Home Depot

Homeowners and renters alike are investing more thought and time into their porches and patios to create a space that feels like an expansion of their indoors and speaks to their...

Sprinkler Systems

Are you tired of wondering how long to run your sprinklers and how often to run them? For most people, turning their sprinkler timer on in the spring and off in the fall without adjusting it in between is the norm, regardless of the weather.

But with droughts being a common problem, and...