Need A New Tree? The Grown Canopy Could Be A Make-Or-Break Factor

Posted on: 12 June 2017

If you've just had to remove a tree from your yard and are planting a new one to take its place, you already know that root size and spread (and speed of growth) are crucial if the tree will be near the house or near utility lines. Disease resistance is also important. But the canopy, too, is something you need to look at. Not only would a wide canopy provide shade, but it could also adversely affect crucial aspects of your property and the surrounding space.
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3 Things You Need To Think About Before Putting In Your Own Yard

Posted on: 6 June 2017

Putting in your yard can be very doable and very affordable if you know what you are doing. There are so many people who decide that they want to put in their own sprinklers and sod only to end up regretting it later because they didn't understand well enough how to do it. Here are some things that you should know about putting in your own yard. 1. Don't Place The Grass Right Up Against The House
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How To Cut Down And Remove A Tree In Your Residential Yard

Posted on: 29 May 2017

When a tree in your residential yard has died of old age or disease, it is best to remove it and plant another tree in its place. To remove a tree, use a chainsaw to cut sections of the tree from the top down to the soil where it grows. Chop the cut tree trunk, tree limbs, and tree branches into manageable sizes to use in a fireplace or wood stove.
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Spring Has Sprung -- 4 Quick Ways To Make Your Yard Come To Life

Posted on: 24 May 2017

Do you feel like you have a dull, lifeless yard? Even as you work to keep it looking nice, the yard can sometimes become boring and stale. And with spring in full bloom, you want a yard that makes you feel alive.  Fortunately, there are some quick ways to remedy the situation. Here are 4 easy options. Add Container Color. Pick out a brightly-colored container and fill it with colorful flowers.
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