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Holiday Decorations For Your Landscape

December 1, 2016

With the holiday season rapidly approaching, we’re getting to the point where it’s time to dress up our houses in order to sport the look of the coming events. From lights to full-yard decorations, there are a ton of different ways to make your home stand out on the block. Traditionally, the normal additions are…

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Winterizing your Landscape

November 30, 2016

It’s hard to believe that winter will be here in just three weeks — bringing snow, colder temperatures, and festive holidays. But aside from the beauty of the season, there are a few things that need to be taken care of, before you can enjoy (endure) everything that winter has to offer. Seeding. Instead of…

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De-Icing Your Walkways

November 11, 2016

Ice on your driveway isn’t necessarily the best thing in the world. While we’re a little ways away from winter and the harsh reality of snow, there are a ton of factors that must be considered early, before it hits. Keeping your walkways free of ice is one thing, but also keeping them from disintegrating…

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Prepping For Fall

September 6, 2016

With Fall on the way, there are a number of things that should be done in order to prepare. Yes, pumpkins on the stoop, broomsticks on the grass, and apple cider are all necessary, but we’re talking about something else. Your landscape deserves a little bit of TLC before the temperatures drop too low to…

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FALLing For Flowers

August 24, 2016

Though it might seem far away, Fall is right around the corner, and it’s important to plan for the season earlier than later. When thinking about your outdoor environment, flowers are something that usually concerns homeowners, whether they’re avid planters or not. A great way to keep your home looking fresh & new is to…

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Keeping Plants And Grass Alive

August 2, 2016

August is statistically one of the hottest months out of the year, and that means a few things for you & your home. Warmer temperatures make for impromptu dips in the pool, but there are other things that also need a cooling off too — your plants! With the sun constantly beating down on them,…

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Best Ways To Control Pests

June 10, 2016

The approach of summer means one of a few things; backyard BBQ’s, pool days, and endless sunny afternoons. What it also might mean is an infestation of bugs. Without fail, bugs somehow find us and are always a nuisance — until today. Repelling your bugs CAN be hard at times, but it’s also very easy…

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Pond Maintenance

June 2, 2016

Water fixtures in your home look awesome — they’re decorative, tasteful, and sometimes include fish! Most people who own or lust for this type of fixture often overlook the amount of effort needed to maintain them. Because of this, they can get dirty, and be a breeding ground for bugs. Fortunately, there are a few…

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Simple Home Improvement Projects You Can Do This Weekend

May 13, 2016

If warmer weather gives you the itch to get outside and be productive, spend it on something worthwhile! Your home should be important to you, and if there’s something you want to get done, now is the best time to do so. Actually, there are a ton of little improvements you can make without breaking…

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Tips For Preparing Your Property For The Warmer Months

April 20, 2016

We’re finally approaching the warmer months, and for homeowners, that means a few things. Aside from barbeques, lawn chairs, and cold drinks, a few things should be looked at before you kick back and relax — we promise, there will be plenty of time for that! Check out a few ways you can prepare your…

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