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  • 3 Methods for Trimming Your Fruit or Nut Tree

    21 May 2020

    Fruit and nut trees are a great addition to your yard. Not only are they attractive, but they will provide you with fresh food throughout their season. Just like any trees, fruit and nut trees require regular trimming. In fact, regular trimming will increase the bounty of food they produce. Your tree trimmers will probably choose between the three following methods to keep your fruit and nut trees bountiful. 1. Open-Center System

  • 5 Reasons To Get A Brick Patio

    6 May 2020

    As you look around your property for ways to improve it, you may be thinking of creating a nice outdoor patio space. There are several ways to achieve this, but many homeowners choose to invest in a brick patio because of the many benefits that it offers. A brick patio contractor can do all of the hard work for you and create an amazing outdoor escape. Here are some of the reasons you should get a brick patio: 

  • Removing Dead Trees From Your Yard

    23 March 2020

    Trees can serve an essential part in any landscape, as well as adding shade and comfort to your yard. If a tree has died and starts to rot, the tree can start to become a hazard to your home, and it is time to remove it. Hiring a tree service to help you remove the tree is the best way to ensure the tree comes down without anyone getting hurt.

  • Why You Might Want To Add Some Hardscape Elements To Your Yard

    25 February 2020

    When you think about landscaping, you might think of which flowers or bushes or trees you might want to add to a certain part of your front yard or back yard. But there's another type of landscaping element that you might want to consider because it can, in fact, make your future landscape maintenance much easier. Here's why you might want to add one or more hardscape installations to your yard.

  • 3 Tips For Using Color Theory In A Predominately Green Landscape

    16 December 2019

    Green is by far the most common color seen in landscapes. Unfortunately, this can be dull if you do not put the effort into adding the right colors. By using color theory, you can find several colors that work well with green. Start With Red Since the complementary color of green is red, it is a good idea to use some red in your landscape to make each color pop. Going with a primary red may not be ideal since it can make your landscape look more like a holiday scene.

  • Are You Landscaping Your New House?

    9 October 2019

    Have you recently moved into a new home that was built exactly to your own specifications? If so, you are probably now enjoying living in every square inch of your new home. Lucky for you that it was built before the upcoming holidays, right?  Next on your list might be having the front and back yards custom landscaped so they will be as beautiful as your actual house. Do you have a landscaping design in mind already?

  • 3 Landscaping Tips For New Rental Property Owners

    21 August 2019

    As a new property owner of a multi-family housing complex, you likely have a lot on your plate. One thing you do want to make sure you attend to right away is your building's landscaping. A nicely landscaped complex looks more inviting to prospective tenants, especially if you hope to attract young professionals that are concerned about appearances. The following are a few landscaping tips to ensure your building always looks its best.