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Things To Know About Soil Aeration

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Lawn care is a topic that can be essential to caring for your landscaping. While homeowners may assume that caring for a lawn will only require them to water and mow it, aerating the ground can also be an important type of maintenance to perform. For homeowners that are not particularly informed about this type of maintenance, it can be worthwhile to learn more. Understand The Problems Aeration Can Help To Correct Read More»

3 Crucial Things To Do For Your Yard This Spring

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When spring rolls around, make sure that you are ready to take care of your yard. Spring is the time of year when your lawn needs a little love and care. Taking care of your yard properly in the spring will help ensure that your yard is ready to look great by the time that summer rolls around. Rake Your Yard One of the first things you need to do is rake your yard. Read More»

Three Factors You Should Look For In A Corporate Holiday Decor Rental Company

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If you are looking to decorate your corporate business or office for the holidays, you have two options. You can purchase decor or you can rent the decor. Renting decor has a lower upfront cost and allows you to change up your decorations from year to year. If you are looking to rent corporate holiday decor, here are three factors you should consider when you are selecting a company to rent from. Read More»

5 Tips For Mowing Your Lawn

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Mowing the lawn may seem like the most straightforward of tasks. You fire up the lawnmower and go for it. Well, that action does result in a mowed lawn. However, how you mow can spell the difference between a good and a great lawn — or one that’s just meh. If you mow correctly, you can maintain your lawn so it’s healthy and thick enough to prevent weeds from taking root. Read More»

3 Irrigation Tips To Keep Your Landscaping Green All Year

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If you want to have green landscaping all year, there are few things that are as important as proper watering. Irrigation systems help ensure your lawn gets the right amount of water to keep grass green and plants healthy. There are several types of irrigation systems that you may want to consider, such as drip irrigation, conventional sprinklers and even grey water irrigation. Here are a few tips that will help ensure your landscaping stays green all year: Read More»

4 Ways To Keep Your Mower From Premature Equipment Repair

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One infographic says that the average American adult spends about nine minutes every day on gardening/lawn tasks. While that may not seem like a lot, it can really add up over time. This same infographic also states that the top activity that people spend their time on is mowing. Because so much effort is put into mowing, it’s vital that you keep your mower in good repair. Good habits and maintenance not only improve mower longevity, they’re better for your grass and for your safety! Read More»

3 Keys For Quality Landscaping

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When you’re in need of some top quality landscaping work, it pays to get the help of professionals who can assist you. You will need to look into the ins and outs of various forms of landscaping and maintenance so that you’re able to have your grass look as beautiful and lush as possible. With this in mind, read below and follow these tips so that you can have your lawn flourish exponentially: Read More»

4 Signs You Need To Remove A Tree

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Your yard’s trees are a huge part of its landscape and provide a great natural addition to the exterior of your home. However, as living plants, trees are susceptible to certain kinds of damage and infestation that can turn them into a hazard for your home, yard, or even other plants. Understanding the warning signs of a tree that has reached the end of its lifespan, or that now poses a threat to your yard, can help you have that tree removed before it becomes a serious issue. Read More»

Consider Having Steps Built In These Areas Of Your Yard

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One of the many valuable services that your local landscaping company can provide is the construction of steps in an area of your yard in which they’re needed. Whether you have an old set of steps that is a crumbling eyesore or your yard is sloped and difficult to navigate, a set of new steps will boost the functionality, curb appeal, and even the value of your property. Talk to a few landscaping services and ask about past step-building projects to assess the best professional for your project, and then consider having steps built in these areas of your yard: Read More»

The Middle Of Nowhere--4 Tips For Giving Structure To A Rural Property's Landscape

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Living on a rural lot can make it hard to give your yard the kind of definition that city lots have. Rural property can be vague and ill-defined, and it may suffer from unusual terrain challenges. If you face this difficulty, here are 4 ways to give your yard some needed structure: Build Upward Use visual “walls” of landscaping to define the outside edges of your yard. You could build up a berm with extra soil, then plant it with tall grasses, boulders, and colorful plants. Read More»