Reasons to Consider Including Concrete Hardscaping into Your Landscaping

Posted on: 26 April 2017

If you are looking for ways to improve the look of your property, hardscaping may be the perfect solution. Hardscaping is all of the non-living features that are incorporated into your property's landscaping. For example, walls, walkways, fountains and other functional/non-functional features. Hardscaping allows you to add decorative features to your landscaping in order to create a visually appealing area that doesn't require the maintenance that plant life requires. There is a variety of material options that can be used for hardscaping, but concrete is one of the most durable and low maintenance.
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Unique Ideas For Outdoor Water Features

Posted on: 24 April 2017

A water feature can add so much interest and beauty to your landscape. Unlike adding trees and grass, adding water brings movement, automatically taking your whole outdoor design to the next level. Here are some unique ideas for implementing a water feature into your landscape. Bubbling Boulders If you don't have the cash or space for a large fountain, consider adding a bubbling boulder. These boulders are solid rick, but they have a hole drilled through the center that allows a pump to send water through the boulder.
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Power Washers: What's Best For Cleaning My Porch?

Posted on: 17 April 2017

Garden hoses don't always get porches clean. Often you're left with cobweb residue, dirt, and grit, especially in hard-to-reach corners. It's often tough to climb a ladder to scrub those areas on your porch. Also, many people have ailments that make climbing ladders and reaching up to clean dangerous. A pressure washer, also known as a power-washer, is safer, can clean your porch so it is free of dirt, grit, and grimy residue, and is less time-consuming.
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Storm Watch -- 3 Ways To Prepare Your Yard For Hurricane Season

Posted on: 12 April 2017

If you live in an area that suffers from hurricanes and tropical storms, you know that a little effort to prepare yourself and your property can mean a world of difference later on. So, how can you help ensure that your yard can weather a severe event? Here are 3 ways to protect any yard. Assess the Trees. Some of the most hazardous features in any yard are the trees that surround the house.
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