January 18th, 2019
Keep flooding away from your home!
Water damage can be devastating to your property. Aside from how much it will cost to replace and repair everything, there’s no amount of money that could replace those items of sentimental value that get lost. As a property owner, make sure that you have all your bases covered when it comes to flood prevention. Although your property is likely built to handle heavy rainfall, certain factors can make excess moisture a big problem. Follow this guide for preventing flooding on your property. Read the rest of this entry »
January 11th, 2019
A creative mixture of hardscape features can really add a lot to your landscaping and to the overall curb appeal of your property.
“Landscape” refers to plants and trees that you have on the outside of your home. “Hardscape” refers to the pavement, stones, wooden structures and other features that don’t need to be kept alive. A creative mixture of hardscape features can really add a lot to your landscaping and to the overall curb appeal of your property. Here are some of the more popular hardscape features that homeowners choose. Read the rest of this entry »
January 4th, 2019
Even if you live in an area that doesn’t see a lot of snow and ice through the winter, hard frosts can still occur and do serious damage to your outdoor plants.
Even if you live in an area that doesn’t see a lot of snow and ice through the winter, hard frosts can still occur and do serious damage to your outdoor plants. If you’re not prepared for harsh winter weather, it can really take a toll on your landscaping that can take a lot of work to correct in the spring. But if you stay ahead of frosts and other winter weather events, it can go a long way to protecting your plants through the winter. Here are a few tips for protecting your outdoor plants from frost damage this winter. Read the rest of this entry »
December 21st, 2018
There are some essential steps you should be taking this winter to make sure your trees stay healthy for years to come.
Seasonal management for your landscaping can be overwhelming. After all, the long-term health and beauty of your trees, gardens, and lawn depend on the right care and maintenance year-round. But where do you start? There are some essential steps you should be taking this winter to make sure your trees stay healthy for years to come. Home gardeners and professionals alike should focus on pruning, mulching, storm damage recovery, and even snow removal when it comes to keeping landscaping healthy through the harsh winter weather. Follow our helpful guide to caring for your trees in the winter. Read the rest of this entry »
December 14th, 2018
Trust Atlantic Maintenance Group to clear snow and ice from your business walkways!
It’s that time of year again when you’ll have to start making plans and getting ready to have a response in place for snow and ice. As a business owner or manager, it’s your responsibility to ensure that the grounds around your commercial property are safe for people to walk and for cars to pass. Be careful not to make these three easily avoidable mistakes with your snow and ice removal. Read the rest of this entry »
December 7th, 2018
Do you have a snow removal plan lined up?
Do you have a snow removal plan lined up? With snow hitting much of our area early this year, having a plan is critical. When you sign up for snow removal early, you can guarantee that you will have your snow removed in a timely fashion and for less money. The longer you wait to find and reserve a snow removal service the more risk you will have. Not only will better services be booked up early, but the longer you wait, the more the prices will rise, and your snow removal may be done later. Read the rest of this entry »
November 30th, 2018
Many of the plants that made up your garden and landscaping may be gone until spring, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a beautiful landscape through the cold months.
As colder weather takes over, you may find yourself with a barren and dreary landscape around your home. Many of the plants that made up your garden and landscaping may be gone until spring, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a beautiful landscape through the cold months. Fall and winter landscaping can transform your home, increase your curb appeal, and even set the stage for a winter wonderland when it comes time for holiday decorations. Read the rest of this entry »
November 16th, 2018
Don’t let cold temperatures damage your deck!
Your deck can be the best part of your outdoor space during the warmer months of the year. Entertaining out in your tranquil landscaping may seem like a distant memory now that the fall has crept in to make way for winter, but don’t forget about your deck this winter. Protecting your deck from harsh winter storms and temperatures will keep it looking stunning and well-maintained so that you can go on using it for years to come, it’s as important a step in your fall maintenance tasks as lawn care. Don’t lose out on any time enjoying the outdoors this spring because you need to repair your deck after a harsh winter–here are some tips to protect your deck from the cold. Read the rest of this entry »
November 9th, 2018
As weather conditions transition to fall and winter, your asphalt surfaces may need some extra attention.
As the weather gets colder and the fall creeps through, you will start to encounter changes in your lawn and landscaping. One of these major changes may come in the form of driveway issues that will require maintenance. When the temperature drops and the weather gets wetter, your driveway may be cracking or otherwise looking worse for wear. There are some measures you can take this fall to make sure your driveway is looking its best year-round, that will also help promote the health and beauty of your landscaping. Here are some tips on what to look out for when caring for your asphalt this fall. Read the rest of this entry »
November 2nd, 2018
Whether you own a home or a business, soil erosion can ruin your landscape.
Whether you own a home or a business, soil erosion can ruin your landscape. The soil is vital for growing strong plants like bushes and helping any trees lining your property thrive. Here’s how you can find the symptoms of your soil eroding. Read the rest of this entry »