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Caring for Your Grass in the Winter

Friday, January 25th, 2019
Caring for Your Grass in the Winter

Your grass definitely doesn’t get as much tender loving care and attention during the winter as it does in the spring, summer, or even fall.

Your grass definitely doesn’t get as much tender loving care and attention during the winter as it does in the spring, summer, or even fall. And that is for good reason since it doesn’t need as much attention. This doesn’t mean that you can just let it go completely, however. There are certain things that you should be doing to care for your lawn this winter. (more…)

How to Prevent Flooding on Your Property

Friday, January 18th, 2019
How to Prevent Flooding on Your Property

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. (more…)

Hardscape Features to Add to Your Landscape

Friday, January 11th, 2019
Hardscape Features to Add to Your Landscape

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. (more…)

How to Prevent Frost Damage to Your Outdoor Plants

Friday, January 4th, 2019
How to Prevent Frost 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.

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. (more…)

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