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Making the Most of a Shady Garden

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Most people would love their garden to be a real suntrap, a place where they can bathe in bright warmth all day long. In reality, of course, not everyone can have their own slice of outdoor paradise and, although all gardens will have a bit of shade in places, you may have found yourself stuck with a particularly shady outdoor space. An abundance of shade doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy gardening as much as those with sunny gardens, and it doesn’t mean you can’t get a lot of pleasure from your outdoor space, either. Read More»

Mower Repairs: Maintenance to Enhance Your Mower's Efficiency

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If you have a yard, a lawn mower would be must-have garden equipment to ensure that you keep the grass well-manicured. However, buying a good mower can be quite expensive making it a significant investment. Therefore, it would be crucial to ensure that it stays well cared for. A mistake homeowners make is assuming that as long as their mower is stored properly, this will keep it up and running. The reality is the heavy usage that this machinery is put through makes it susceptible to acquire damages that could end up shortening its lifespan. Read More»

Commercial Landscaping: Various Benefits of Installing Grass Pavers

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Your property’s paving is not supposed to be exclusively functional. It should also be aesthetically appealing so that it can enhance the overall landscaping of your property. One of the options that you could consider when looking for both these characteristics is grass pavers. These are concrete slabs that are hollowed to enable the growth of plants, flowers or grass through them. They are typically laid down in a honeycomb formation but you have the flexibility to be as creative with them as you would want. Read More»

Various Ways You Can Make Use of Decorative Pebbles

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The focal point of your home’s exterior is the garden. Therefore, homeowners will strive to make it aesthetically appealing as they can with an array of foliage flowers, succulents and more. However, this is not the only way that you can make your garden attractive. Decorative pebbles provide you with an alternative way to add some visual as well as textural interest to your garden at an affordable price. Moreover, decorative pebbles can also be quite factual depending on what your needs are. Read More»

Tips On Chemical-Free Weed Control

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You may prefer not to use chemicals to control the weeds in your garden, especially if you have kids and pets or if you would like wildlife and birds to be safe in your outside space.  A good landscape gardening service will be able to accommodate these requirements.  However, weeds tend to grow rapidly during the spring and summer months, and may need controlling between gardening service visits.  Here are some tips on how to control weeds without using chemicals. Read More»

Snow Blowing Tips To Help You Remove Snow Off Your Driveway Effortlessly

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Snow blowing is an effective way of removing snow off your driveway provided you take the necessary precautions. Also, using the right technique to remove the snow significantly reduces the workload. Below are some essential snow blowing tips that can help you finish your snow blowing task fast and without much difficulty.  Maintain the Right Pattern It’s important that you remove the snow outwards when snow blowing. Starting to remove snow from the middle is an effective way of ensuring snow is pushed away from the cleared areas. Read More»

Tips To Help You Choose An Ideal Windbreak For Your Landscape

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Strong winds can easily damage your garden and also make your outdoors quite uncomfortable. To get more comfort and protect your crops and outdoor fixtures from damage, you should invest in an appropriate windbreak. Below are tips and guidelines that can help you choose the right windbreak for your outdoors. Using a Windbreak Mesh A windbreak mesh is a good option for blocking out strong winds in your outdoors, especially if your backyard is not spacious. Read More»

How to Protect Your Garden Monuments and Preserve Their Condition

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Garden monuments add an attractive flourish to your garden, but if you want to keep them looking good for the long run, you need to take care to protect them from damage, dirt and the effects of aging. In addition to cleaning your monuments as recommended by the manufacturer, you should also protect them from wear and tear using the following tips.    1. Do not position monuments directly under your eaves. Read More»

Landscaping Tips That Will Make Your Yard Friendlier For Kids

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If you have kids, having a yard on your property is a great way to allow them to play outdoors rather than keep them cooped up in the house. However, simply having a yard may not be very beneficial to them if they do not have an interest in playing outside. One of the ways to make your yard more interesting and appealing to your kids is through landscaping. Here are some landscaping tips that you could use to make your yard friendlier for your children. Read More»

DIY-Residential Excavations: 3 FAQs

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Various situations may create the need to dig up the landscape in the residential setting. Examples of these scenarios include the installation of external drainage pipes, undertaking repairs and maintenance-related activities on these pipes and the installation of fibre-optic cables. It’s expected for a DIY-minded homeowner to have a number of questions in relation to the above-mentioned topic. This article discusses answers to three questions for the benefit of homeowners planning an excavation-related activity. Read More»