Guest Post – ‘Choosing the Right Power Saw for the Right Job’ – by Brandon Smith

Google “types of saws” and you’ll be peppered with more saws than you could ever hope to have in your personal shop.  This is because for many very specific jobs a saw has been created that perfects that singular task so if you’re doing a project, it may help to go out and add a … Continue reading Guest Post – ‘Choosing the Right Power Saw for the Right Job’ – by Brandon Smith

Tips to Reduce the Environmental Impact of Your Business – Guest post by Emma Joyce

Even if you’re running an online business, it will still have a carbon footprint. The good part is the fact that there’s always something you can do about it, even if it’s just switching to green hosting instead of using regular servers. In other industries, nonetheless, things aren’t nearly that simple. Here, you have many … Continue reading Tips to Reduce the Environmental Impact of Your Business – Guest post by Emma Joyce

Five Woodworking Projects To Improve Your Farm – Guest post by James Niehaus

Woodworking projects around your farm can change the way that your business functions, and you can use a number of mechanical saws  to get the work done. You might purchase a couple of saws that you can use to do small projects around the place, or you might need something much larger to complete larger projects … Continue reading Five Woodworking Projects To Improve Your Farm – Guest post by James Niehaus

Which Woods Work Best for DIY Home Remodel Projects? – Guest post by Carpenter, Tom Masters

If you’re a homeowner, there may come a time when you get tired of the old and start making plans to brighten the home up with a fresh coat of paint, introduce new lighting to a dingy closet space or even better, replace the cabinets, flooring or even the walls or other areas of a … Continue reading Which Woods Work Best for DIY Home Remodel Projects? – Guest post by Carpenter, Tom Masters

Opening Doors to Shared Ownership in the Countryside

First-time buyers often perceive that properties in the countryside are only within reach of the very rich, and their only chance for affordable housing is to head to the city. Well, shared ownership could change all that. In recent years, the cry from those who have lived in rural areas is that they are often … Continue reading Opening Doors to Shared Ownership in the Countryside