When It Is Time To Call For Professional Landscape Services?

Posted on: 31 October 2017

Having a great looking, well-landscaped yard takes a lot of work and determination. Even if you have grown many gardens over the years, you may come across something that should be left to the professionals. Take the time to plan what it is that you want. You should visit a few garden centers and parks for this. Look at the trees, bushes, and flowers as well as any water features, lighting, and decorations. [Read More]

3 Custom Landscape Features To Consider If You Plan To Age At Home

Posted on: 30 October 2017

You have retired and are looking ahead at your golden years. If you are like the majority of retirees who are etching toward their golden years, you will prefer the idea of aging at home over giving up your private property and moving into a retirement community or in with relatives. While aging at home is the preference, it can also take some changes around the house so that the property better caters to your changing needs as a senior citizen. [Read More]

Tips To Give Your Lawn More Pizzazz

Posted on: 27 October 2017

You've spent all season manicuring your lawn just right: the grass is the perfect length, your white picket fence is flawless, and your water feature has your neighbors filled with envy... but something's missing. Don't fret, this article's got you covered! Here are 5 tips to give your lawn the pizzazz it deserves: 1. Paint. That's Right, Paint Your Lawn What? Though this tip seems like an environmental disaster waiting to happen, there are now environmentally friendly sprays that will keep your lawn green all year 'round. [Read More]

Are Your Sprinklers Efficient?

Posted on: 27 October 2017

On average, watering your lawn and other landscaping costs comprises of half of your water bill. With the high cost of water and droughts all over the country, you'll want to make sure that your sprinklers are running as efficiently as possible. If they aren't, not only is this bad for the environment and your wallet, but you could end up with patchy grass where some areas are getting more water than others. [Read More]