With this summer’s record rains in New England, you may be experiencing standing water in areas of your lawn you’ve never seen it before. The good news is that you can follow four easy steps to mitigate soggy soil and improve lawn drainage.
Lawn care is pretty much a year-long project if you want a vibrant and healthy lawn. It’s never too late to make a commitment to a lawn care routine that delivers results. Follow these five simple steps to make your lawn thrive!
As a homeowner, do you always wish you had more livable space? Do you love to relax or entertain in a nice outdoor setting? If so, consider investing in a new or renovated custom patio or patio deck to enhance your home.
Have you ever seen someone putting tiny holes in their lawn? Wondered why they were doing that? If so, and you didn’t know what they were doing, then you need to keep reading! We will define what lawn aeration is and explain all the benefits of aerating your lawn.
Many people fall into the trap and think landscape renovation means starting a new project. While that’s true, it’s only half of it. Before making decisions about what to add to your landscape, you need to remove outdated items.
Building a retaining wall will improve the look of your yard, but they also serve functional purposes. A retaining wall is a sturdy structure meant to hold back soil. But it can also be a great landscaping feature and can enhance the value of your home.
Embarking on a landscape construction project is a significant endeavor. It’s going to take time and money. You’ll want to find a landscape contractor who has the right skills and will realize your vision.
Retaining walls are vertical structures made out of variety of materials such as wood, stone, brick, or concrete. They provide extra support in preventing soil from moving. Specific reasons for using a retaining wall will depend on the project.
You’ve spent the spring and summer making your landscape look great! Just because the colder weather is here doesn’t mean your work is done. In fact, now is the time to transition your landscape from summer to fall.