2021

Weed Control Issues And Your Lawn: What You Should Know

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As a homeowner, managing the weeds in your lawn can seem like a full-time job. What many homeowners don't realize, though, is that weed control requires some specific methods depending on the type of weed you're dealing with as well as the season and the condition of the rest of your lawn. If you've been struggling with weed control issues in your yard, there are some things that you should know.

19 July 2021

Living In A Starter Home? 3 Reasons To Install A Front Yard Fence

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A starter home gives you a place to live and grow with your family without having to worry about being there permanently. Putting extensive work into a forever home is an excellent decision, but this does not mean that you should refrain from working on your starter house. If you recently moved in, you can install a front yard fence that will provide immense value. Landscape Protection Protecting your landscape is hard to do without any physical barriers.

24 June 2021

5 Benefits Of A Concrete Patio

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When determining the best material for your new patio, don't overlook concrete. There are many reasons why this can be the best option. 1. Quick Installation Concrete patios can be installed in a couple of days, which is much quicker than building a deck or hauling and putting down paving blocks. The method is simple. The area is excavated and compacted, and then a sturdy base is installed. The concrete is poured over the base and leveled out.

26 May 2021

Lawn Care To Make Your Lawn More Pollinator-Friendly

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Bees and other pollinators are in decline, and you may be wondering what you can do about it without putting in too much time and effort. Since lawn care practices are often detrimental to bees, altering your lawn care in a few ways may help to improve bee and pollinator diversity and numbers in your yard. Here are a few of the ways you can support pollinators with your lawn care practices.

27 April 2021

Managing Scrubby Growth on Landscape Trees

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Scrubby growth refers to any weak growth or growth patterns on the tree. Not only is scrubby growth unattractive, but it can also damage trees. Examples of Scrubby Growth There are a few growth patterns that are considered scrubby. For example, suckers are thin, weak stems that grow up quickly from the roots or the base of the tree. These often come up in spring and early summer, but some tree species can produce suckers at any time during the growing season.

16 March 2021

Invest In A Home Addition After Getting Tree Removal Service

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As a homeowner, you may recognize when your family is starting to grow out of your home. This puts you into a situation where you need to decide whether you are going to find a more suitable place to live or work on your property to make it a better fit your family's changing needs. If you are going to invest in a home addition that requires you to use up space in your backyard, you should know when getting tree removal is the right move before doing any work.

22 January 2021