3 Tips To Help Deal With Tree Hazards Before A Removal Can Be Done
29 April 2016
For one reason or another, you may need to have a tree removed that is creating a hazard to your property. Sometimes, the tree service will be able to come right away to deal with the hazard, but what if you have to wait? Waiting can be a danger to your property and to people. There are some things that you may want to do to deal with the hazard, such as removing branches or taping off a dangerous zone.
Tips For Early Tree Removal And Reasons Why You Should Remove Trees Earlier Rather Than Later
28 April 2016
In the natural world, squirrels, chipmunks, mice and even birds transport the seeds of trees to different locations. In your yard, you have probably seen the results of nature at work--trees sprouting up where you did not plant them and saplings growing from the strangest of places (e.g., cracks in the foundation of your garage). If you do not want these trees to remain, you should work fast to remove them.
Don't Lose It: 3 Tips To Help You Keep Your Lawn Green
27 April 2016
It's hard to keep grass green during a drought, especially if you're only allowed to water your lawn once a week. Many people are removing their lawns or just letting them die. If you don't want to lose your lawn, you don't have to. You also don't have to waste a lot of water to keep your lawn green during a drought. Here are four simple steps you can take to keep your lawn looking beautiful even while you're under drought restrictions.
Want To Reduce Maintenance On Your Property? Put In A Retaining Wall
26 April 2016
One of the toughest parts of being a homeowner is maintaining the property over the years. Some features require you to be extra active with maintenance, such as carpets which need routine cleaning and plants that are not native to your climate. If you want to make improvements that reduce the maintenance that your home requires, you should invest in an outdoor addition such as a retaining wall.
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