Want To Reduce Maintenance On Your Property? Put In A Retaining Wall

Posted on: 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. Create Easily Usable Space for Landscaping [Read More]

Do You Have Dying Trees And Wilting Landscaping? What To Know

Posted on: 26 April 2016

If you love your spacious yard with mature trees but some of the trees are dying because of disease, you'll want to talk with a landscaping contractor about replacing your greenery. If the grass around the trees and other plants are starting to look unhealthy as well, you could have a bad landscaping problem. If you don't want to lose the shade and privacy, but you know that the trees have to go, find a local landscaping company that can bring in the mature trees that you need. [Read More]

3 Emergency Solutions To Help Fight Back Flood Waters And Prevent Damage To Your Home

Posted on: 26 April 2016

When your home is flooding, it is important to start fighting back right away. Keeping the water at bay can greatly reduce the damage that is done to your property. It can also make the restoration process a lot easier. You will want to fight back against the flood water and clean your home to keep the water out. Here are some solutions that can help you reduce the damage that a flood can do to your home:   [Read More]

Landscape Design Trends For 2016 Include A Bit Of Something For Everyone

Posted on: 25 April 2016

In the springtime, many homeowners look to jazz up their landscapes. This year brings some changes, but also finds old favorite features gaining new momentum. Painted Structures Stand Out A trend coming from European countries is painting structures, such as fences and arbors, dark blue or dark green. Outdoor structures, such as garden sheds, are also being painted in darker colors than the normal white, beige, and pale grey. Water is Featured [Read More]