Examples of Why People Have Trees Removed

21 September 2022
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You can have one or more trees removed from your property for any reason. Some common reasons why people choose to have a tree removed are because they don't like them, they are diseased, or they are presenting a hazard. You can read more about examples of why someone may want to contact a service to have a tree removed in this article. This can help you come to a decision regarding one or more of your own trees. Read More 

Five Outdoor Design Elements For Aging In Place

30 August 2022
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If you're among the many senior citizens who have made the decision to age in place in their current home, you've probably already started thinking about how you can modify your home interior to create a more senior-friendly environment—perhaps you've already added grab bars in your shower and nonslip flooring in the bathroom. But when it comes to renovations for aging in place, outdoor living areas often get overlooked until a mishap occurs. Read More 

Top Things To Know About Soil Stabilization Before A Construction Project

17 August 2022
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If you're hoping to work with a professional crew to have a construction project done, you might want to be educated about each step of the process. You might have been told by an engineer or contractor that soil stabilization is going to be needed, but you might not really know what soil stabilization is. A few of the things that you might want to know about soil stabilization and your construction project are outlined below. Read More 

You Don’t Need a Rocky, Spindly Garden to Conserve Water

5 August 2022
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Hear words like "xeriscaping" or "drought-tolerant garden" and you might think of rock-filled expanses with a few cacti and spindly plants. But that's a stereotype. While many drought-tolerant gardens do resort to using rock mulch and a few small plants, others can be quite lush. Not every big, green plant needs a lot of water. If you're willing to look, and you work with a landscaper who is dedicated to creating gardens that conserve water, you can have a very green and leafy yard — not to mention a brightly colored one when flowers bloom — and conserve water at the same time. Read More 

Why French Drains Are More Important Than Ever

14 July 2022
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It is often hard to ignore the wild weather systems that have become a regular feature of American life. From huge storms to blisteringly hot summers and everything in between, it feels as though every other day there is a 'once in a hundred years' type event. To make sure that your home is properly secured against as many potential risks as possible it is important that you implement some simple building techniques that have been in use for hundreds of years, one of which is known as a French drain. Read More