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Walkway Lighting For You

November 2, 2016

It’s hard to believe that we’re preparing for winter, but before you know it, the cold months filled with ice and snow will be upon us. One of the biggest concerns that homeowners have is the wellbeing of those on their property, and with ice forming, it can be a scary thought. One of the…

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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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Patio BBQ Tips

July 6, 2016

Hosting a BBQ is fun — hosting a BBQ where everyone has to squeeze by one another to get a chair isn’t fun. While it’s something you might not think of, the arrangement of your patio furniture is something that makes or breaks the atmosphere of a get-together. When people are eating, they want their…

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Using Rainwater to Your Benefit

April 6, 2016

During the spring months, it seems as if it rains twice as much as usual — but sometimes that’s a good thing! After the cold months of the winter, your plants and lawn need the water in order to prosper. But there have to be other uses for rainwater, right? Right! Check out a few…

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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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Benefits Of a Vegetable or Fruit Garden

February 16, 2016

Having a vegetable or fruit garden within your landscape offers more benefits than you might realize. In fact, it’s very beneficial to not only the health of you and your soil, but it has some great aesthetic benefits too — Growing your own produce can reduce your chances of being exposed to pesticides to a…

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Why Fall Lawn Care Should Be On Your Property Maintenance Check-List

October 22, 2015

Fall weather is known for it’s beautiful, changing leaves. However, homeowners also know the downside to fall leaves – raking!  No matter what the size of your property, raking can be a time-consuming maintenance task.  We offer property maintenance services for fall cleanups that help keep your lawn in good condition and help provide you with…

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Landscaping and Property Maintenance Tips for Fall

September 30, 2015

Soon, the leaves will be turning and it will truly feel like Fall. As we adjust to the chilly air and autumn weather, it’s time to also alter our landscaping maintenance routines. These tips will help your yard look beautiful all season long. Fall Landscaping Tips: Clean Your Gutters – Fall leaves may look beautiful, but…

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Creating Your Fall Landscaping Checklist

September 18, 2015

Looking forward to the Fall weather? While we love crisp air and sweater weather, we also understand that many people don’t love the yard cleanup that comes along with our favorite autumn activities. This checklist will help make property maintenance and landscaping simple. Fall Checklist: Don’t Forget to Fertilize – Your grass keeps growing until the…

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