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6 Low Water Ideas For Your New Lawn

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When putting in a new lawn with new landscaping, one thing to consider is how much water your yard will require. With the global water shortage affecting roughly two-thirds of the world’s population, many people are looking for ways to use less water in order to do their part. In addition, planting a lawn and adding landscaping requiring large amounts of water can quickly equate to expensive water bills as well as a ton of time spent watering. Read More»

Tips For Designing Landscaping That Boosts The Well Being Of Your Employees

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If you are thinking about relandscaping the area around your office, consider exploring designs and plants that promise to boost the wellbeing of your employees. That way, you can beautify the outside of your property, while also helping your employees stay happier and healthier. Here are some tips to consider: 1. Create outdoor workspaces. Consider adding outdoor work spaces to your landscaping. Businesses with outdoor work spaces to offer their employees report that these spaces stimulate creativity and make the office environment more upbeat. Read More»

Four Important Principles To Keep In Mind When Designing And Building Retaining Walls

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Retaining walls offer homeowners several advantages, including the reclamation of unusable space, stabilization of soil and visual appeal. They are not difficult to construct for the average do-it-yourselfer, but retaining walls must be built in adherence to a few basic design principles. Otherwise, your hard work will be short lived, as failure of the retaining wall will be all-but-certain within a few years. Below are four important things to keep in mind when designing and building your retaining walls: Read More»