Tips for Successful Landscaping Projects


Recommendations For A Drought-Tolerant Landscaped Yard

An attractive yard that is landscaped with vegetation that reduces water use is going to be a healthy option for the environment, especially during a drought. As you are planning your yard's new landscaping, there are many ideas you can utilize to conserve water and protect your property and its soil. The following recommendations provide you with some insight into pl

Stabilizing The Soil On Your Property

Addressing soil stability issues can be necessary before undertaking major landscaping or construction work. However, it can also be needed when the property is experiencing higher than expected erosion. When a property is experiencing these issues, there are some soil stabilization procedures that may be used to address these issues. Compaction Can Provide Temporary

How A Residential Masonry Contractor Might Install A New Brick Patio In Your Yard

If you want a patio, but you don't want a plain concrete slab, then consider a patio made of brick. You may want brick if your home has brick siding or just because brick is more attractive than concrete. A residential masonry contractor can build your patio with bricks so it's supported properly, level, and made to last a long time. Here's an overview of the process.

Watering Your Lawn: Dos And Don'ts

If you want to have the most enviable lawn on the block, know that this often means watering your lawn. If you are new to caring for your lawn or simply want to learn more about proper lawn maintenance, watering a lawn is the one aspect of lawn care that many homeowners get wrong. When it comes to watering your lawn, here are a few dos and don'ts to keep in mind.

Trying To Conserve Water In Your Landscape? Here's What You Need To Know About Xeriscaping

If you're like most homeowners, you're very much aware that water conservation has become an important factor in planning and maintaining residential landscaping. You may also be wondering how you can do your part to conserve water without sacrificing the aesthetic value of your outdoor space — after all, no matter how well-kept, no home looks its best when surrounded