If your landscaping is lackluster, it’s an excellent time to consider updating your landscape design. There are many ways to enhance your landscape. From minor changes to a complete overhaul, you can change as little or as much as you want when it comes to your landscaping. A new landscape design is also a fantastic way to add to your home’s curb appeal and increase its value. Here’s what to know about landscape design. Read More»
Clearing land can be the first step in construction and landscaping projects. Often, homeowners will decide to have the rougher terrain on their property cleared to make it more usable. When a person is preparing to have land cleared for the first time, they may not feel informed enough about this work to be confident when making decisions or plans for this change to their property.
Debris And Waste Management Is A Major Factor When Clearing A Parcel Of Land Read More»
A great lawn relies on four key ingredients. Without the right balance among these important elements, your grass will always struggle to maintain health and beauty. What are these four ingredients? And how can you keep them in the right balance? Here’s what every lawn owner should know.
Obviously, plants need sunlight in order to live and grow. In fact, grasses usually need plenty of direct sunlight. However, many homeowners like to provide some shade as well, either at a specific time each day or through things like deciduous trees that offer dappled shade. Read More»
If you own a commercial property, you want everything looking nice for your customers that come to your building. One way to do this is with your landscaping, as this is the first that is noticed when people visit you. One thing you should do with landscaping is mulch the lawn. Below is information on what this is and two benefits this can offer you.
When you think of mulching you likely think of mulching flower beds, in front of your property, around trees, and more. Read More»
Artificial turf lawns aren’t completely without maintenance, but they don’t require the time-intensive and back-breaking labor of maintaining real grass. A few simple tasks are all that is needed to maintain a green and realistic artificial lawn.
1. Remove Leaves
Autumn probably requires the most hands-on maintenance of any season when it comes to an artificial turf lawn. Prompt removal of the leaves before they begin to break down into small pieces is ideal, so you may need to remove leaves once or twice weekly during the peak period of leaf drop. Read More»