Should You Have Landscaping Service During the Winter?

 

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In warmer regions of the country, lawn care can be a year-round activity. While there is less maintenance during the winter months, landscaping does require care if you want your yard to look presentable. However, many people stop their landscaping service during the winter months to save a little money. If you are one of…

Does Your Landscaper Use Subcontractors?

 

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When you are planning a major landscaping project, you want to find the best landscaper for the job. You check their credentials and references to make sure you have a qualified professional to install your new retaining wall, patio, garden pond or other landscaping project. However, when the day arrives for the project to begin,…

5 Reasons to Consider Artificial Turf for Your Lawn

 

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If you still think artificial turf is a prickly green carpet, you have not experienced the new options in this landscaping wonder grass. It is not a bright green plastic mat – the individual leaves of grass can be customized to resemble almost any types of grass imaginable and looks very natural. Many homeowners are…

5 Benefits of Land Grading

 

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Uneven areas around your home can cause problems or make new projects problematic. Trying to level ground with a shovel and rake can be backbreaking work and is difficult to achieve. Land grading with a professional bobcat service from a landscaper can accomplish the results you desire. Consider these five benefits of land grading. Create…

Warm Up Your Outdoor Winter Space

 

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Does your patio become desolate during the winter? Spring, summer and fall can find your backyard and patio filled with friends and family, but in winter, everyone stays indoors. If you live in an area with mild winters, you can make your outdoor living space open for all seasons. Add a new fireplace to warm…

Start Your New Lawn with Sod Installation

 

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Are you tired of patchy grass on your lawn and want a new start? Sod can be an excellent option for creating the lush lawn you desire without the hassle of seeding and hoping for new grass to grow. However, even sod installation requires the best conditions and care to ensure the new grass takes…

Fall Landscaping Checklist

 

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Just because summer is over does not been it is time to lock up your yard maintenance equipment. There is plenty to do to protect your yard during the winter months and prepare your landscaping for next spring. Here is a fall landscaping checklist to give your yard a little TLC before the cooler months…

Restore Erosion Control with Retaining Walls

 

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Gravity, precipitation and loose soil can cause dangerous erosion around your home and property. Hills and slopes are especially prone to erosion; if not protected, the top layer of soil can become a mudslide in wet conditions. This can cause damage to your property, ruining landscaping and interfering with other structures. One option to restore…

Fall Is a Great Time to Plant Cypress for Privacy

 

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Have you been considering planting trees to give your yard more privacy? Leyland cypress is a popular choice for privacy trees, creating a beautiful screen that is low maintenance. These trees provide a thick foliage and grow quickly to build an evergreen wall for your yard. Here is what you need to know about planting…

4 Paver Options for Your Patio

 

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There are excellent reasons pavers are so popular for patios. Pavers give you so many options for design and are easy to maintain. They add beauty and value to your home by enhancing your outdoor spaces. Plus, they are durable and simple to repair when needed. Whether you want the classic look of brick or…