Tips to Install and Use Water-Saving Features in Your Landscaping

Posted on: 3 June 2019
The design and planning of your yard's landscaping will determine its appearance and growth and its ability to improve or detract from your home's value. Along with planning attractive landscaping, you and your landscaper will need to consider how you will keep it watered for the optimal health of your vegetation. Here are some options you can add into your outdoor landscaping plan to maximize your yard's water use to best keep your landscaping maintained while you prevent water loss.
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Five Tips for Getting Your Yard Ready for Winter

Posted on: 31 October 2018
Winter is just around the corner, and if you live in an area of the country that gets cold, that means it's time to winterize your home. One area people often forget about is their yard. In addition to your house, your lawn, trees, and other plants need weatherization, too. Here's what you should know to get them ready for their dormancy period so they are healthy and lush come springtime.
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Ideas For A Relaxing And Useful Outdoor Living Area

Posted on: 26 June 2018
Creating space for outdoor living is a popular trend right now. Whether you need more room for cooking and dining or if you just like spending time outdoors, you'll enjoy having a space that's attractive and functional. Here are some ideas for creating your outdoor living area. Install An Attractive Patio Base Rather than a plain white concrete patio, consider installing something with a little more glamour. Stamped concrete, pavers, or polished concrete make your outdoor space more attractive and suitable for entertaining.
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Splash Pad Safety Tips For Parents

Posted on: 4 May 2018
As summer comes, outdoor play is the best thing for families. Many parents of young children enjoy taking their kids to community or even private splash pads to cool off and enjoy the outdoors without the need for a pool pass. Like all activities, playing at a splash pad requires some attention to basic safety. Here are some simple safety guidelines to keep your child injury free this summer. 1. Never skip the sunscreen.
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