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Keeping Cool With Outdoor Structures

Posted on: June 15, 2022

With the bright shining sun, rolling clouds, and lush green grass – summer is meant to be spent outdoors! However, sometimes you need protection from mother nature and that’s where we come in! Deciding what’s best for you can become a complicated process; for example, you must first consider the overall amount of space you have to work with, what you want to use the area for, and the level of protection you need. Not to worry, we’ve gone through all your options in this newsletter.

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Built to Last

Posted on: May 10, 2022

When you’re considering installing hardscaping around your property you want to know that it will last for years to come. Each project we complete is backed with an industry leading 10-year workmanship guarantee. Listed below are some practices that we use to ensure that your space will withstand the test of time.  

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Landscaping To Improve Drainage Issues

Posted on: April 6, 2022

Drainage may not be exciting to talk about when it comes to your landscaping, but it is necessary. If you find that there is standing water around your home after a heavy rain, chances are you could benefit from adding at least one of these drainage solutions to your yard.

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Does Your Property Have Too Much Mulch?

Posted on: March 8, 2022

Each Spring, millions, maybe billions of yards of mulch gets applied to landscape beds and tree rings around the world. Mulch can be your plants’ best friend or its’ worst enemy. When installed properly mulch not only acts as a functional barrier but also a beautiful addition to your landscape. A good rule of thumb when applying mulch is keeping a consistent 2-3” depth over the soil. Having too much mulch in your beds can lead to various problems with the rest of your landscape including;

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Is Your Paver Surface Screaming For Attention?

Posted on: February 11, 2022

Whether you’re buying a home with an existing paver surface, or you had one installed a few years ago, it might be time to have your pavers cleaned and resealed. An easy way to tell if your paver surface could benefit from a cleaning and resealing is to turn your water hose on and watch the water bead up on the surface. If the water is not beading, you might need a fresh coat of sealer placed.

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