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Flowers and Plants Sure to Thrive This Spring

Mar 17th, 2020
There is no shortage of excellent reasons to plant flowers and plants around your home. From increased curb appeal to creating a space for wildlife, the benefits of incorporating flowers and plants into your exterior design are clear and practically endless!  Gather Supplies Invest in basic garden tools- set yourself up for success! Tending to … more »

Hardscapes For Small Spaces

Mar 5th, 2020
Limited space does not have to mean limited options! No matter the size of the land you’re working with, it’s always possible to create interesting and eye-catching hardscapes around your home!  Choosing the Right Hardscape Hardscape refers to hard landscape materials in the built environment structures that are incorporated into a landscape. So work with … more »

Gorgeous Hardscaping Trends for 2020: Updates to keep your yard looking fresh

Jan 30th, 2020
Every year, hardscaping gets more and more popular. This year, hardscaping will take off quicker than ever before. For home-owners, flippers, and landlords, hardscaping instantly makes an outdoor space appear more attractive. Not to mention, it creates an ideal area for families to create memories together all year long. Check out these hardscaping trends for … more »

How to Clean and Maintain Your Hardscaping All Year

Jan 16th, 2020
Hardscaping is a beautiful and intricate way to make your backyard cozy, warm and inviting. However, it does take some maintenance. We have compiled a list of ways to keep your hardscaping clean and fresh looking so you don’t have to pay hefty maintenance fees all the time.  Sweeping away the dirt One of the … more »

The Importance of Protecting Your Hardscape This Winter

Jan 3rd, 2020
Salt, snow, and water damage are all things that will affect your beautiful hardscaping this winter. Those installations you made in the summer will begin to deteriorate, causing you more headaches this coming spring. Here are three reasons ways you should protect your hardscape this year, and three ways to do it.  Refrain from using … more »