Creating A Decorative Wood Sidewalk For Minimal Cost
25 April 2016
If you are looking to improve the appearance of your backyard, you may consider adding a sidewalk to use for peaceful strolls through your land. Instead of using asphalt or slate as many people do, consider constructing a sidewalk from pieces of recycled lumber. This will be an eye-catching pathway that will be sure to gain you several complements from visitors. Here are some general instructions for creating this wonderful wooden masterpiece in your own backyard.
Landscaping Ideas To Encourage Community In Your Neighborhood
22 April 2016
Many homeowners are trying to recapture the neighborliness of bygone eras. In today's busy world, it can be difficult to know your neighbors. Fortunately, there are a few landscaping tricks that can help make your block more neighbor-friendly so you can enjoy a closer knit community in your own front yard.
Idea #1: Lower the fences
Front yard fences have become more and more common over the years, since they can be used to confine small children or pets to the property.
4 Benefits Of Hydroseeding Your New Yard
22 April 2016
Hydroseeding is an effective way to fill your yard with luscious, healthy grass in a fairly short amount of time. This process is completed by mixing water, seed, mulch, and fertilizer together and then spraying the blended material onto your soil. Done correctly, you can enjoy a beautiful, green lawn relatively quickly compared to other methods of planting grass seed. Here are four benefits of hydroseeding your yard.
What Causes Mildew To Grow On Your Deck? And Other Frequently Asked Questions
21 April 2016
Mildew can be a problem on wooden decks because it contributes to wood rot over time. Mildew is also indicative of moisture problems, which can also be very bad for your deck. If your wooden deck forms a layer of mildew, it's important to remove as much of the mildew as possible. The following FAQ about mildew and wooden decks can help you maintain your property.
What causes mildew to grow on your deck?