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Tree Service: 3 Expert Guidelines For Caring For Your Trees

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Trees are a gem to every landscape. They improve the overall beauty of your property and raise its value. However, you have to invest in proper tree care if you want them to beautify your landscape for a long time and increase the home’s net value.  Furthermore, tree removal is sometimes necessary to eliminate safety hazards that come with dead, diseased, and decaying trees. Here are three expert tips and guidelines to help you take care of your trees. Read More»

5 Organic Lawn Care Tips

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You don’t need a lot of synthetic chemicals to grow a green, healthy lawn. The following lawn care tips provide some organic methods for growing the lawn of your dreams. 1. Test Soil Regularly A nutrient deficient lawn won’t look healthy, and it will be more prone to pests, diseases, and weed invasions. Perform a soil test at least once a year, preferably in spring. The test will tell you what nutrients are missing. Read More»

Lawn Turf Products And Installation Essentials

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Deciding to have artificial turf installed on your residential property will eliminate most of the yard work tasks that you currently handle. Muddy areas in your yard will be eliminated and pesticide treatments will no longer be needed. Familiarize yourself with some lawn turf products and installation essentials. Remnants, Rolls, And Precut Pieces Artificial lawn turf is constructed of synthetic fibers and a cushioned backside. Nylon, polypropylene, and polyethylene materials may be used to manufacture turf. Read More»

How Do You Plant A Visually Appealing Vegetable Garden?

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Vegetable gardening is a fun hobby that also provides you with a constant stream of fresh, nutritious vegetables. Unfortunately, many homeowners shy away from vegetable gardening because they worry about how the garden will look compared to the rest of their landscaping — straight rows of vegetables can look drab, and they can detract from the rest of your backyard. Thankfully, you’re not limited to gardening in straight rows, and it’s easy to make your vegetable garden look great by following a few tips. Read More»

5 Factors That Impact Landscape Gravel Selection

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Gravel can be an important part of your landscaping. It can be used to pave a patio, drive, or pathway, or you can use it in garden beds and drainage features. 1. Size Gravel comes in a variety of sizes, with crushed gravel coming in at less than a quarter-inch in size and larger options measuring 34 inch per rock or more. Choosing the right size has a lot to do with the installation goal. Read More»

The Common Mistakes To Avoid When Buying Plants For Landscaping

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There are many common mistakes that people make when choosing plants for landscaping. Plants usually require quite a bit of care and cost money. This is why you want to make sure you choose the right ones. It is important to take care when choosing landscaping plants in order to ensure they grow well, thrive, and look great once in place in your yard or landscape design project. Plants for Shade Read More»

Shade Or Sun? Pool Design Considerations To Create A Cool And Refreshing Summer Escape

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Pool design is an important component of your backyard, providing a focal point, relaxation, and summer getaways. However, pool designs can be intimidating. There are tons of options to consider. Even the basic shape or form factor can make a huge difference in the look and feel of your pool and surrounding landscape. Taking into consideration the surrounding environment as well as local regulations for depth, filtration, currents, and more will help ensure the success of your project while creating a unique space that adds value to your home. Read More»

3 Tips To Make The Perfect Patio For A Forever Home

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A backyard with only a lawn, bushes, and trees may not encourage your family to go outside regularly. Fortunately, you can build a patio to increase backyard use. Living in a forever home allows you to think solely about your family’s wants and needs for the entire installation. By focusing on a few specific design features, you can make the perfect patio for your family. Covering A patio does not need to be covered. Read More»

Soil Stabilization Recommendations For Improved Property Quality And Condition

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Soil erosion within your property and land is something you don’t want to have occurring, due to the health hazards, impairment to other drivers, soil displacement, and loss to your topsoil and related nutrients in the soil. To correct soil erosion, you need to look at the area and use of the soil so you can effectively select the right repair method to stop the soil loss. Here are some recommendations to help you protect and maintain your property with soil stabilization techniques. Read More»

How Do You Fix A Leaky Backflow Prevention Device In Your Home's Sprinkler System?

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The backflow prevention device in your home’s sprinkler system prevents hazardous contaminants from making their way into your city’s municipal water system. Pesticide residue or pet waste on the sprinkler heads can contaminate the water in the sprinkler system pipes. Without a backflow prevention device, this contaminated water could flow backwards into the city water system if the water pressure in their pipes drops below the water pressure in your sprinkler system. Read More»