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Storing Garden Tools This Winter

December 8, 2016

As we inch closer to the frigid days of winter, we’re yet again stuck back preparing for what might be a season filled with cold temperatures and a ton of snow. We sometimes forget to take care of the smaller things, only to realize come spring, that we should have. Your garden tools are a…

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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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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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Hardscapes Galore: Tasteful Offerings

July 25, 2016

Taking pride in your home is something you should be doing as a homeowner, right? Right! Albeit traditional landscape offerings can be great, sometimes flowers and shrubbery aren’t the best complements to a home. And thus, we bring hardscapes into the equation. These larger, handmade pieces provide exceptional accenting to your home, as well as…

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Reducing Your Footprint: Waste Management Tips

March 9, 2016

Waste management typically means anything from bottle recycling to extreme composting. Most communities are in some way involved in responsible management, but conducting some of your own methods can benefit your life at home! Check out some benefits of reducing your footprint. Be Mindful Reducing your imprint is very important. Next time you’re at the…

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New Year’s Resolutions for Perfect Property Maintenance

December 31, 2015

Happy New Year’s Eve!  Are you ready to ring in the New Year? As we start to think about our New Year’s resolutions and our plans for 2016, don’t forget to consider your plans for your home, too! Here are a few New Year’s Resolutions you’ll want to stick to for perfect property maintenance in…

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Property Maintenance Tools to Add to Your Holiday Wishlist

December 7, 2015

Looking for the perfect gift for Dad this year? We know that not everyone is easy to shop for. If your Dad is handy around the house, here are a few property maintenance tools that might be on his holiday wishlist! Holiday Wishlist: Garage Workshop Organizer – Neaten up your garage with a workshop organizer!  All-metal…

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How to Prep Your Lawn for Winter

November 25, 2015

With the days and nights getting colder, it’s time to prep your lawn for the new season. Laying the groundwork now will help ensure your lawn comes in lush in the spring. Here are a few tips to help keep your lawn healthy through the winter months. Winter Lawn Prep Tips: Mow Your Lawn – Cut…

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Landscape Design Ideas for Thanksgiving

November 20, 2015

Looking to impress Thanksgiving holiday guests? Start with your landscape design! Not only is your landscape the first thing your guests see when they pull up to your home for Thanksgiving dinner, it’s also a great way to make your home more festive for the holidays. Landscape Design Ideas: Include Fall Colors – Oranges, reds, browns, and…

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