New Landscape Makes a Yard Feel New Again
If watering your home's landscaping in the summer is making your water bills rise to an uncomfortable level, then you should become more proactive in managing the landscaping's water usage. Thankfully, there are many things you can do to decrease your water bills without negatively impacting the health of your home's landscaping, including each of the following tips:
Tip: Use Drip Irrigation Systems Over Traditional Sprinklers for Plants and Trees
There are many properties that have trees on them that need to be removed. Sometimes property owners may not realize that trees on their properties pose a risk until it is too late. For example, a tree that is sick could rot, fall down, and cause property damage. The following are a few things you should know about tree removals and how you can protect yourself.
Some people do not understand that some sick trees may appear fine on the exterior, but interior decay could be present.
Inviting wildlife into your yard can create an urban oasis for birds, foxes, raccoons, and sometimes even deer. A yard landscaped for wildlife also provides sufficient food and cover for the friendly pollinators, such as bees and butterflies. The following guide will help you create a refuge for the neighborhood wildlife.
Water is the single most important factor. A dry yard isn't inviting to animals, birds, or insects. There are several ways that you can add water to your landscape design:
Winter will be here before you know it, so it's time to get ready to take care of your concrete pavers installation. Winter is a tough time of year for pavers, and many people who have a pavers driveway must take special precautions to protect it from ice and snow. The following tips will help you take care of your driveway this winter, to ensure that it looks just as good next year it does now.
Enjoying your front yard by sitting down on your porch and watching the wildlife outdoors can be great, but it can be difficult to do if you constantly notice litter rolling into your lawn. If you've noticed that everything from paper bags to plastic bottles have found their way onto your yard, you may be frustrated and unsure of what you can do to stop it from happening again in the future.
Hi. My name is Martha. My husband Leo and I are empty nesters. The last of our three kids moved out of the home about eight years ago. Since that time, we have talked a great deal about retirement and what we wanted to do with our house. The house is slightly too large for just the two of us, but we already have two grandchildren and from the way our kids talk, we are in for plenty more. We have decided to stay in our home since it has plenty of room for our family to come and stay with us from time to time. The one thing we really wanted to change is the backyard. Leo retired last year, and I’ll be retiring in about six months. We are already talking with the landscape contractor, and I’m excited to share some of our plans with you!
If watering your home's landscaping in the summer …
There are many properties that have trees on them …
Inviting wildlife into your yard can create an urb …
Winter will be here before you know it, so it's ti …
Enjoying your front yard by sitting down on your p …