Dealing With A Problematic Tractor

Posted on: 26 June 2017

Having to drive a tractor at a slow speed can be frustrating and have a bad effect on how productive you are able to be on your farm. If you are dealing with such a problem, it is possible that your tractor has a problematic camshaft position sensor in it. The sensor plays an important role in the speed that a tractor is able to travel because it can affect fuel economy when it isn't in good shape. [Read More]

Trendy, High-End Features And Materials For Your Custom Home

Posted on: 1 February 2017

Implement some new and trendy features and finishes in your custom home. These will bring a distinct flair and high-end feel to new construction and could also be used in remodeling projects to upgrade and enhance your current property. Some must-have features, fixtures, and materials in your new home include: Quartz countertops. For a unique feature in your new kitchen, look at the latest quartz countertops available. These can be cut and polished to suit your preferences, including colorful veins and unconventional marbling for your distinct countertop. [Read More]

Two Landscaping Changes To Make In Texas Drought Zones

Posted on: 10 January 2017

In the state of Texas, there is nothing predictable when it comes to winter. One moment temperatures will be in the 70s, and the next day there can be snow flurries. Texas is a dry state, and this includes during the winter months. As a new resident of Texas who is keen to make home landscaping changes before spring growth begins, making changes to allow for irregular rain patterns will save you both money and stress. [Read More]

Understanding The Different Decorative Concrete Materials Available

Posted on: 3 January 2017

One of the ways you can enhance the overall aesthetic appeal of your home is by adding decorative concrete around the exterior of your home. In addition, if after inspecting your concrete, you notice there are cracks, scaling, or pop-outs within the surface, consider adding decorative concrete touches instead of keeping it simple. Consider adding materials such as brick or flagstone to add texture to the concrete around your home. There is also concrete flatwork material available in a variety of textures, materials, and shapes that you can use for decorative concrete as well. [Read More]