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  • Helming A Marine Construction Project

    When you're undergoing a marine construction project, it can feel like the process moves along slowly. You'll have a series of planning sessions, a lot of red tape, and lots of back and forth on designs. With this in mind, putting together a squad of the best marine construction pros will make entire process go smoother. To this end, dive into the tips below so that you can handle your marine construction project from beginning to end.
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  • Landscaping Tips For An Active Family

    Your lawn is much more than a showpiece; it's also a place for your active family to spend their days playing and relaxing. When designing your landscape, you need to make sure it won't discourage the kids from spending time outside. The following are a few design tips that will help you have both a utilitarian and attractive yard. Tip #1: Choose a sturdy grass Any family with active kids needs a lawn area.
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  • Tree Care: Should You Remove It Or Keep It?

    When assessing the health of the trees in your yard, you may be wondering how to tell when it is time to take down a tree rather than trying to save it. The following are a few guidelines you can use to help you with this assessment: #1: Determine if there are disease issues Diseases, whether caused by pathogens or pest damage, can be fatal for a tree. If a tree is suffering severe dieback in the crown or if insects have filled the trunk with holes, it may be time to consider tree removal.
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  • Love Your Outdoor Room? 4 Increasing Steps To Make It Comfortable

    Outdoor rooms are big in spring and summer, but what about the harsher fall and winter months? How can you create something that will be useful all year long? Here are 4 steps to accomplish it, no matter how harsh or mild your winters are. Cover the Space No matter what your winter looks like, covering the outdoor space is a good place to begin. If you have rain and snow, a solid roof protects the outdoor room.
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  • 3 Ways To Take Care Of Your Lawn During Early Summer

    Every season of the year demands that you take different steps to keep your yard looking nice. During the early summer, you need to fertilize your lawn, put down additional grass seed, and make sure that your yard is getting the water that it needs. 1. Fertilize Your Lawn The summer is when your lawn is actively growing. When your lawn is actively growing, you want to make sure that you are keeping your lawn well fertilized.
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  • Tips To Prevent A Summer Weed Explosion

    Lack of water and soaring temperatures can be hard on your lawn. Often, the turf grass suffers and weeds move to take over. Fortunately, there are things you can do to prevent this. The following weed control tips can help keep your lawn green all summer long. Tip #1: Reseed patchy areas In late spring or early summer, before the real heat arrives, take some time to honestly assess your lawn.
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  • 3 Keys For Landscaping And Lawn Care

    Taking advantage of some great lawn care tips will make sure that you are always pleased with the way that your lawn looks. This is a huge part of the homeownership process because it enhances your curb appeal and ensures that people have a positive experience on your property before even stepping foot inside of your home. To this end, there are a number of things that you can put into action to make sure that you are able to get the most out of your landscaping and lawn care.
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  • 3 Reasons To Use Natural Stone Pavers

    If you are looking into creating a driveway and/or walkway for your home, you should consider using natural stone pavers. While these aren't as popular as asphalt or cement, they have a lot of awesome features that make them a great choice. Here are three reasons to use natural stone pavers.  Easy To Install One excellent reason to go with natural stone pavers is the fact that they are so easy to install.
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  • Time To Redesign Your Landscaping? How To Stop Soil Erosion From Becoming A Concern

    If seasonal rains are destroying your landscaping, it's time to rethink your designs. Flooding associated with seasonal rains can wreak havoc on your yard, especially if you're not prepared for the flow. Incorporating soil erosion protection into your landscaping design doesn't need to be difficult. In fact, soil erosion protection can be quite easy if the right steps are taken. Here are four simple, yet effective, steps you can take to prevent soil erosion.
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  • Tips For Keeping Your Sod Healthy In The First Month

    The finishing touch on a new landscape design is the sod. Sod is usually installed after the mulch beds are in, the shrubs are planted, the patios are installed, and the trees are placed. Grass comes last because it is more delicate and because it fills in the blanks after every other design element is in place.  After the grass is installed, many people make the mistake of feeling like their landscape is done and no longer needs attention.
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