3 Landscape Changes To Make To Reduce Water Usage

Maintaining a beautiful landscape often requires routine cleanup and watering. You may need to remove flowers, leaves, seeds, and twigs from the ground to prevent grass and plants from becoming smothered. Watering is an essential part of keeping your entire landscape healthy. However, you may not like how much watering you need to do to maintain optimal health. A smart move is to hire landscapers who can make changes that help reduce water usage. Read More 

Avoid These Common Homeowner Tree Cutting Mistakes

Owning a home often comes with the responsibility of taking care of its trees. While most mature trees are low-maintenance and easy to care for, they all require at least some pruning.  If you fear pruning the trees in your yard because you don't want to damage or kill them, then avoiding these common mistakes will go a long way toward a successful project: Mistake: Not Pruning When the Tree is Dormant Read More 

Which Bamboo Removal Methods Really Work

You might have decided to add bamboo to your home because it is highly durable and grows quickly. Bamboo is a grass that is stronger than wood and can be used to create a privacy fence. However, bamboo can grow so easily that it can ultimately end up growing in places you don't want it and can be difficult to remove. There are only some methods that really work. The Running Bamboo Menace Read More 

Want To Improve Your Business? Start By Improving Your Landscaping

If you want to improve your business, there are many things you can do.  One of these things is your landscaping, which can make a big difference in the way people perceive your business.  Hire a commercial landscaping contractor to help you with this to ensure your landscaping is done correctly.   Choose and Plant Flowers Choosing the right flowers for commercial properties is important. You need flowers that will grow well with minimal care but also look nice. Read More 

A Preliminary Step That Prepares Land For Construction

Soil stabilization is typically conducted before a construction process begins. Soil stabilization reduces permeability and increases the durability of soil. Since soil will be acting as a sublayer that will support the building materials that rest upon it, it is critical to have the soil tested and to use a lime stabilization process if advised to do so. Fewer Expenses Soil with clay-like properties is adequately equipped to bond with lime. Read More