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Landscaping Guide For Homeowners

Hello, my name is Justin Malone and on this blog you'll find a lot of useful information about landscaping. When I moved into my newly built home, I didn't even have any grass in my yard, so I had to start from scratch. Before I tackled the project of landscaping my property, I did a large amount of research first. I learned how to plant grass seed, and when the grass started to grow, I researched planting trees. As my yard started taking shape, I planted shrubs and made flower beds. My next landscape project was building a fish pond and I completed it with ease after doing the research. I'm writing this blog as a guide for others who want to do their own landscaping and I hope that it helps you learn how to create a beautiful yard.

3 Reasons To Have Your Property’s Backflow System Professionally Repaired

Your property's backflow system has the important job of preventing pesticides and other contaminants from flowing back into your water supply as time goes on. Without a properly working backflow system in place, your home's water supply could become contaminated and make your family and pets sick. So at the first sign of trouble, it's crucial to repair your backflow system. Here are a few good reasons to invest in professional repair services instead of trying to do the job yourself: Read More 

5 Reasons To Invest In Lawn Maintenance Services

The more you put off your lawn care needs season after season, the more work it becomes. It's normal to feel like your life is too busy to find time for lawn care duties. Many homeowners struggle to balance life responsibilities, work, and lawn care tasks. The good news is there are professionals who can assist. Hiring lawn maintenance services is recommended if you want a lawn that looks amazing. Here are some top reasons to hire for lawn care help:  Read More 

Focus On The Non-Living Parts For Good Landscape Design

When it comes to landscape design, many people focus on the lawn and garden plants and then feel disappointed when the final product isn't exactly what they envisioned. There is more to good landscape design than just the greenery. The non-living aspects of your yard are just as -- if not more -- important than the plants you choose. The following are three things to focus on before you begin planting anything in your yard. Read More 

Three Essential Strategies For Creating A Low-Maintenance Outdoor Living Space

If you're like most modern homeowners, you love the idea of having a beautifully landscaped outdoor living space. Not only do lush, weed-free lawns and well-kept flowers, trees, and shrubs raise the value of your property, but they make your yard and garden area a highly pleasant place in which to spend time. However, you're probably also very busy, and you may not have many spare moments to spend doing landscaping chores. Read More 

Fall In Love With Your Starter Home’s Landscape By Adding New Features

When you get your hands on a starter home, you may expect it to look and feel like a house that you can work on from the moment you move in all the way up until you list it for sale. If you want to love everything about your starter home's landscape after moving in, you may need to commit to working on new additions that will change the front yard and backyard in noticeable ways. Read More