Monthly Archives: May 2014

#TBT The History of NASCAR

The history of NASCAR stems back to the time of Prohibition, moonshine, and its runners, who were the daredevils brave enough to transport the bootlegged moonshine from here to there. Running moonshine successfully meant outrunning the law, and outrunning the law meant having a souped-up car that was faster than theirs. For bragging rights and … Continue reading »

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7 Lawn Care Tools that Make Your Job Easier

1. Electric Lawn Edger & Trencher The Worx® WG895 7-1/2″ electric lawn edger and trencher is a 2-in-1 tool that is designed to keep you lawn perfectly edged.  The blade can be adjusted to three blade depths so you can easily get your desired look and the easy to use cutting path indicator allows you … Continue reading »

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Cleaning Up Your Yard

With spring in full swing and summer right around the corner, it’s time to give your yard the care and attention it didn’t get during the winter. Where should you start? The first thing you should do is look for any spots of unmelted snow on the grass of your yard, if you live in … Continue reading »

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#TBT History of Roofing

The History of Roofing The roof over your head, as simple as it may seem, is a product of building evolution. Roofs have allowed us to live more comfortably in extreme climates, they provide us with shelter from the weather, and they can add an element of beauty to your home. In fact, many roofs … Continue reading »

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Taking on a Roofing Project

Most homeowners will need to replace their roof at some point. How do you know when it’s time for a new roof? You should be inspecting it periodically to keep on top of repairs and be well aware of when you need to replace it. This is especially important if you live in a region … Continue reading »

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#TBT Skil Saws

The circular saw was invented by French immigrant Edmond Michel in 1924. While living in New Orleans in the early 20s, Michel had observed a group of farmers painstakingly hacking away at sugar cane with large machetes. Michel began to experiment by mechanizing the machete. In 1923, Michel created a motorized machete with a 6-inch … Continue reading »

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