How are things looking around your house? If your lawn is a little bare or patchy, now would be a perfect time to green it up. You don’t need a certified green thumb to know that a little shrubbery around your garden path may make it quite a bit more attractive. These are the kind of things that a smart home owner should bear in mind at all times. The more presentable your property is, the more it looks – and feels – like a home.

When was the last time you embarked on a major home renovation project? If the mere thought of such an exercise spooks you, don’t panic. There is no reason why you should have to spend more than you’re comfortable with. And there is certainly no reason why you can’t achieve excellent results for pennies on the dollar of what even the most major project used to cost in the old days.

The reason is simple: Things have changed, thanks to the world wide web. You no longer have to rely on home improvement advice that may be years out of date. You can now log on to the web in order to get up to date advice from people who have been in your shoes and beaten the odds. And this major improvement is exactly what OSFA is here to represent.

There needs to be a place on the web where you can go to get state of the art advice on keeping your home and grounds in tip top condition. OSFA is here to be that place. We’ve built this site to be the forum where home owners can come to learn everything they need to raise their resale value as well as the general appeal of their property. It’s a place where you can find advice for every renovating occasion.

But we can’t do it all by ourselves. This is the part where you, the reader, come in. Our goal is to make OSFA your one stop shop for landscaping, grounds keeping, and general home improvement advice. What can you contribute? This is the place to send us all the tips and tricks you’ve learned over your years as a home owner. Together with your support, OSFA can be the ultimate site for savvy home owners to learn the tips that will keep their homes looking sharp for many years to come.

Thanks for being our valued reader!

Norbert, Lisa, and Brutus