By using your home and garage as a workspace, you can maximize productivity and help boost your home’s value.

In fact, your yard is the biggest asset that you own.

In a study by The National Association of Home Builders, owners of home-built homes spent $1.5 trillion on yard maintenance and improvements.

The value of the yard, in terms of its productivity, was $3.6 trillion in 2016, according to the NAAH.

Your yard could be the new hotness of the next decade.

That’s because new developments are bringing new technologies and new uses to your yard.

For example, the growing popularity of the Internet of Things (IoT) has led to the proliferation of the “Internet of Things” (IOT) community of developers who use a variety of technologies to create devices that can communicate with each other and with your home.

For the last three years, these IoT devices have become a part of your yard, from the backyard grill to the new LED-based security systems, such as the LED-blocking smart-home security systems.

So, it makes sense to think about what is important for your yard and your home as you start to look for a better way to keep your yard running and your yard safe.