A Few Things To Consider When Hiring A Tree Removal Service

Posted on: 18 September 2017

Having a tree that is too close to the house or is heavily damaged can be dangerous. You don't want to have to worry about branches smashing into a window, roots breaking pipes, or the tree falling onto the roof. However, before you hire a tree removal service, there are a few things you need to clarify so you know what to expect. How to Prepare When the service sends a representative to look things over and give you a quote, make sure to ask how the yard will need to be prepared and who is responsible for it.
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How To Overcome Moss In Your Lawn

Posted on: 7 September 2017

Few people want to contend with moss growth in their lawn. It can look unattractive, especially since moss tends to brown out in hot weather, leaving behind large brown or bare patches. Yet even with all the moss treatments on the market, many homeowners find themselves in a loosing battle with moss. Knowing the causes and the property strategies for combating moss can save you a lot of time and expense.
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A Few Tips For Managing Snow And Ice On Your Property

Posted on: 30 August 2017

Snow may be beautiful to look at, but it is a pain to deal with when it accumulates on your property. Shoveling snow can be dangerous if you're not in good physical shape. If you don't have a plow for your mower or a blower, then you could easily get snowed in. The solution is to hire a snow removal service. You can have the work done once after an unusually large snow or you can sign up for regular service that keeps your driveway and walkways clear all winter long.
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Rock Garden Ideas To Incorporate In Your Yard

Posted on: 24 August 2017

Landscape rock can add beauty and texture to your yard. There are a number of different types of landscape rock to choose from, which means you can do a number of different things with it to make your yard stand out from the rest. See below for rock garden ideas you can incorporate into your yard. Rock Border Use larger boulders to create a border around your garden, rather than using concrete blocks, timber or plastic borders.
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