Improving Your Landscaping Plan

Brining New Life Back Into Your Aging Masonry Work

Is the masonry work around your home beginning to look aged? Is it taking away from the overall curb appeal of your home? If your masonry work has seen better days, it's time to start coming up with a plan to undo the damage of time. Here, you'll find a few tips that can help you do just that. Contact a Masonry Contractor The fastest, easiest way to get the damage undone is to contact a contractor for masonry services.   Read More...

How To Maintain Your Brick Wall Over The Years

Drive around your town, and you will probably see a good number of brick walls being used decoratively, as fences, or even as parts of buildings. Some of them will be in great condition, whereas others may be basically crumbling. What's the difference? Why do some brick walls look great for decades, whereas others start looking a wreck after just a few years? It mostly comes down to maintenance. Here are some ways to provide your brick walls with the best care so they continue to look great for years to come.   Read More...

Tired Of Mowing Your Lawn? 5 Reasons To Have A Remote Control Lawn Mower Do The Work For You

If you're still mowing your lawn with an ordinary mower, you need to switch to remote control. Remote control lawn mowers make it much easier to maintain the appearance of your lawn. Before you bring your lawn mower out of storage, here are five reasons you should be using a remote control mower instead. Get Your Yard Done Quicker If you're tired of your weekends being taken up with yard maintenance, you need to eliminate some of the work.   Read More...

4 Tips To Help Your Trees Survive Drought

Drought affects your plants and grass more quickly than it affects stalwart trees, but in a very dry season, trees will suffer, and they often suffer longer. Droughts can affect a tree's growth for years to come, so doing what you can prevent the effects of drought will help to protect your tree.  Here are some simple tips to help your tree survive drought. 1. Use drip irrigation.  Drip irrigation is a better watering method than just using a hose, sprinkler, or bucket to water your trees.   Read More...

Six Tips To Wake Up Your Landscape In Late Winter

Late winter is the time to prepare your landscaping for the coming of spring. As the snow melts and the days get longer, time outside can be enjoyable as well as necessary. The following tips can help you know what tasks need to be performed at this time. Tip #1: Prune your evergreens Cut back evergreen hedges before the flush of new growth in spring. Not only does this ensure that the hedges look good come summer, there also won't be a lot of messy sap since the hedges are still semi-dormant.   Read More...