Insight To Keep Your Elemental Landscaping Design Maintained With Proper Care

7 January 2020
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When landscaping your yard, there are a variety of choices you have to create your own unique exterior terrain with healthy vegetation and hardscaped pavement and edging borders. You can also select landscaping that is geared toward grasses and lush foliage or desert plants, cacti, rocks, and other xerophytes. Here are some tips to help you keep your yard looking its best with proper updates and regular maintenance to the different elements in its design. Read More 

5 Reasons to Hire Professionals to Handle Your Lawn Maintenance

14 December 2019
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Keeping up with your lawn can take a lot of time and work, especially if you have a larger property. Many homeowners find it a struggle to keep up with lawn care tasks when life is already busy. When you forget to take care of your lawn care duties, it shows! Your curb appeal can be greatly impacted and it can become stressful worrying about finding time to handle the work. Read More 

5 Methods To Control Soil Erosion On Construction Sites

14 October 2019
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Soil erosion is a danger to the environment anywhere it happens. Activities specific to construction sites, such as grading and filling, can significantly reduce soil quality. Such degradation may spread to the surrounding environment over time. Indeed, as the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency points out, the erosion can lead to sediment accumulating in nearby rivers. For that reason, responsible construction companies often hire commercial erosion control services. Below are some of the ways they can manage soil erosion on their construction sites. Read More 

How To Prepare For Artificial Grass Installation

30 August 2019
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Whether you are tired of mowing or simply want to put in a durable turf solution for a high traffic area, such as beneath a playset, artificial grass installation could be just the solution you need. Modern artificial grasses mimic a real lawn very convincingly, and they are designed to withstand the test of time. This is done with new technologies that allow them to withstand UV light without fading and breaking down, as well as improved drainage methods that prevent mildew and decay from standing water. Read More 

3 Landscape Maintenance Tasks You May Be Overlooking

25 July 2019
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You've planted the flower beds and weeded around the trees in your space, but what are you doing about ground erosion, poor plant growth, and that dying section of your lawn in the back? Oftentimes, people get so focused on the decorative aspects of landscaping that they forget to tackle some of the more important items on their nature to-do list. Here are three landscape maintenance tasks you may be overlooking and why they matter in the long run. Read More