Category: Eclectic Homes

Jan - 13

DIY Bird Fountain

A trickling bird fountain brings a variety of birds, some of which might have never ventured a wing into your garden. Beyond bird seed, birds seek sources of new water, especially in times of drought. The noise and motion of…

Jan - 10

Tips on Sewing Sheer Curtains

Sheer curtain panels may work on practically any window and may quickly change the texture of an whole room. But commercial sheers can get pricey, and your choices are limited to the layouts produced by manufacturers. Sewing your own can…

Jan - 06

Koi Ponds Annual Cleaning

Spring is a time of rebirth, and it is certainly true for the ecosystem in your koi pond. The pond appears better with all the winter debris removed, and also a clean pond provides a new environment for the bacteria…

Dec - 21

How to create a Light By a Hurricane Lantern

Hurricane lanterns, also known as oil lamps, were initially designed to burn kerosene and be windproof. They are rugged, sturdy, made of steel and have been used for general illumination purposes in addition to power outages. In modern times, batteries…

Dec - 07

Hanging Basket Irrigation System in a Greenhouse

Using suspended baskets at the greenhouse allows you to maximize the limited space and also promotes hanging plant development in the favourite vine or other permeable plants. The floor area doesn’t need to be cluttered with confined tables and pathways…

Nov - 04

FHA Closing Process

The Federal Housing Administration gives protection from home buyer defaults to lenders. With the FHA’s financing, you may be able to take out a mortgage with a deposit of only 3.5 percent of the purchase price. You still need to…

Oct - 31

HUD Home Bidding Procedure

The Department of Housing and Urban Development defines a HUD home as one it possesses or of which it has custody. It comes as a result of the FHA loan default. The Federal Housing Administration, which functions under HUD, insures…

Oct - 26

Definition of Rural Property

In the federal government, two principal agencies define rural Land in the United States: the U.S. Census Bureau and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). The government evaluates a combination of factors to ascertain a property’s classification as rural…