2020

Autumn Lawn Care Tips for the Average Homeowner

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As summer comes to an end, you may be looking forward to a break from all the hard landscaping and lawn care work you need to do all summer. But before you hang up your gardening gloves and leave your lawn to its own devices, there are a few autumn lawn care tips you'll want to follow. 1. Keep mowing, but less often. As grass growth slows down in the fall, it's tempting to just leave it alone.

26 August 2020

Tips To Help You Install And Set Up Your Yard's Sprinkler System

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Your yard landscaping and lawn make up a big part of your home's appearance, has cost you quite a bit in time and money, and is one of the first things that someone will see when they visit your home. For this reason, keeping your landscaping alive with proper watering is necessary and when you can install a sprinkler or irrigation system that is controlled automatically, this helps greatly in the process.

29 July 2020

5 Reasons You're Experiencing Low Water Pressure in a Sprinkler System

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Poor water pressure can prevent your sprinkler heads from popping up and spraying, and if they do spray, then the water may be weak and not reach as far as usual. The following are five reasons why you may be experiencing pressure problems. 1. Water Line Leaks The most common reason for low water pressure is a broken water line. If the break is at the beginning of the system, then low pressure will affect all the sprinkler heads.

24 June 2020

3 Landscaping Tips After Getting A Swimming Pool Built

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When you want to have a swimming pool built in your backyard, it's a good idea to see how the rest of your yard will look with the landscaping you choose. From taking care of your trees to putting a patio in, you'll have a lot of options to choose from. As you begin looking at landscaping projects that will suit your yard, you need to see what can go best with the swimming pool and help improve the way your yard looks and functions.

11 May 2020

Why You Might Want To Add Paver Stones To Your Landscape, Patio, Or Driveway

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If you are looking to switch up your front yard or back yard's landscape or overall aesthetic, one way to do so would be to make a major change to your current pavement. If you are currently using basic concrete or asphalt for a walkway, driveway, or patio, this is not going to make the area stand out in the way you want. If you want to take your pavement in the area to another level, one way to do some might be to add paver stones.

5 January 2020

How To Save Your Thinning Lawn

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A thin lawn doesn't just look less lush and inviting, it also can become more difficult to care for as weeds invade the bare spots. Fortunately, there are things you can do to repair the lawn as soon as you notice that the grass is thinning. The following information can help. Thatch Removal Over time, a thatch layer made up of the old blades of dead grass forms over the top of the soil.

5 January 2020