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.
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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»
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.
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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»
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»