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How to Create & Maintain an Eco-Friendly Outdoor Living Space

May 14, 2019

At our landscaping company in Connecticut, we know that many of our clients want to create and maintain an eco-friendly outdoor living space at their homes. Here are some of the ways that our landscapers create an eco-friendly area outside your home. Add Eco-friendly Outdoor Hardscapes When you have an outdoor living space, you will…

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Safety Tips for Backyard Parties

May 14, 2019

For many of us, summer excitement begins to fill the air, as we start planning for hosting gatherings with family and friends in our backyards. During this time of year, children are running around, grills are on, and water from sprinklers is usually flowing quite often. It’s important that in addition to having the right…

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New Homeowners: Tips to Spruce Up Your Property Quickly

May 9, 2019

At home, there are a number of things you can do in order to improve your property, and most of them don’t require too much time or effort, when thinking about tackling them one by one. Below are a few things you can do in order to keep your property bright and fresh this season!…

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How to Create & Maintain an Eco-Friendly Outdoor Living Space

May 7, 2019

We know that your goal is to want to create and maintain an eco-friendly outdoor living space at your home. After all, this is likely a place where you spend a ton of free time — so it should be up to your standards! Here are some of the ways that our landscapers create an…

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Small Pools: Making the Most of Mini Backyards

April 22, 2019

Tips for Small Backyards Location, location, location. Consider the layout that you’re working with. Narrow backyards make for long, thin pools. Square backyards lend themselves to hot tubs and whirlpools. Take a look at our portfolio of project ideas to get some inspiration! Add Water Features You can use a pool for decoration just as…

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4 Ways to Protect Your Landscape From Winter Deer Damage

January 14, 2019

During the winter months, it is much more likely for deer to end up in your yard. Due to the lack of food that they have in their natural environment, they are going to go anywhere and everywhere to try and find the food they need to survive. It is important that you do certain…

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Check Your Home for Damage Before a Winter Storm Hits

January 7, 2019

Winter is here, and it’s time to make sure your property is safe in the ice and snow. Taking care of potholes, clogged drains, and cracked sidewalks will protect your investment and prevent accidents. The time to do it is before the next storm hits. Five Ways to Prepare for Winter Storms 1. Survey The Landscape.…

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How to Prepare Your Home for a Winter Storm

December 19, 2018

The winter season is almost in full swing, which means so are the teeth-chattering days to come. But that’s not all — we’ll also be seeing a lot of snowy blizzards and storms. One of the biggest concerns during a winter storm is power outages that limit homeowners from protecting their home and family.  …

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How to Winterize Your Home’s Water Features

December 13, 2018

While you’re preparing your yard for winter, remember to take care of your aquascape. In the spring, you’ll appreciate the time you take now to winterize your water features. You’ll want to handle small water features differently than ponds.   Step 1: Cleaning Up Your first step is cleaning. First, for both fountains and ponds,…

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3 Walkway Ideas For Your Home & Landscape

April 3, 2017

When someone enters your property, one of the first things they’re going to look for (after a place to park) is a place to walk up to the front door. No matter the season, guests won’t want to walk across your grass or lawn to get to you — the answer to this dilemma is…

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