5 Tips To Help Snowbirds Maintain Two Healthy Yards All Year

Posted on: 25 January 2022
Are you a snowbird dividing your time between a warmer southern climate and a cooler northern one? Because snowbirds maintain two households, they must plan for more than just one set of seasonal changes in their yard. They must, in fact, accommodate the unique qualities of each location and the quirk of being gone part of the time. To help you do this successfully, here are five tips for both your landscapes.
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Designing Your New Swimming Pool

Posted on: 29 December 2021
Having a swimming pool built can be an investment that will dramatically change your property's appearance and add functionality. Getting the best results from your new swimming pool will require ample planning and reflection on the features that you are wanting from it. Applicable Placement And Size Restrictions There are often local restrictions on the size and placement of residential swimming pools. An example of this type of restriction can be the requirement by a homeowner's association for pools to be placed in the backyard of a property.
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3 Land Clearing Options To Prep Property For Sale

Posted on: 15 November 2021
Although homes are selling quickly in today's real estate market, an empty lot may sit on the market for months or even years. Clearing the land in preparation of an eventual build is one way to add sufficient value to an urban lot so that it is purchased for development much more quickly.  1. Brush Cleanup The simplest form of clearing, and the one with the least amount of upfront cost, is simple brush cleanup.
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Commercial Landscaping Tips For Small Businesses

Posted on: 15 November 2021
Individuals will often associate landscaping as primarily being a concern for homeowners. However, it is also important for commercial properties to utilize effective landscaping strategies. Appreciate The Impact That Poorly Maintained Landscaping Can Have On Your Company Failing to maintain the landscaping of your business's property can substantially impact the overall appearance of the business. Unfortunately, this could lead to potential customers judging your company's services or products based on the condition of the property where the business is located.
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