Improving Your Lawn: Sod Or Seed?

Posted on: 17 March 2018

Whether you're remodeling your new home or just trying to improve the look of your yard, you need grass for a lush, beautiful lawn. If you are ready to start, your first step is to choose between sod and seed. If you still aren't sure which is best for you, check out these four factors to consider. Cost Sod is rolls of pre-grown lawn that you simply unroll like a rug to give you an immediate lawn.
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4 Tips For Removing Tree Stumps

Posted on: 7 February 2018

If you're like many homeowners, you may have tree stumps in your backyard that will need to be removed. There could be a variety of reasons these are there and taking time to get rid of the stumps is sure to be high on your to-do list. The good news is there are things you can do that will take a lot of the difficulty out of this task and knowing what these are may be helpful to you.
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4 Mistakes To Avoid When Having A New Fence Installed

Posted on: 24 January 2018

Homeowners opt to have a fence installed on their property for a number of reasons, such as security, privacy, or to create an enclosed area for children or pets. Fences are available in a number of materials and can also greatly enhance the visual appeal of a backyard. But having a fence installed isn't something that should be done on a whim-- advanced planning is needed. If you're planning on having a backyard fence installed, avoid these common mistakes:
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How A Landscaper Can Help Your Lawn During Drought Season

Posted on: 16 January 2018

You spend a great deal of time and money to establish and care for your turfgrass lawn. When you have a busy work schedule, it is hard to care for the specific needs of every plant during a drought. A local landscape service has both the people and equipment to help keep your entire landscape healthy during a drought. Aside from regular mowing to keep your grass using as little water as possible, try these five tips for a drought resistant lawn.
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