Three Landscape Design Tips For Beginners

Posted on: 26 February 2015

With thousands of plant, flower and grass combinations to choose from, landscaping can be a very enjoyable creative outlet. Unfortunately, it can be pretty daunting. But whether you're landscaping a townhouse stoop, a sprawling lawn for a home, or a neatly trimmed business yard, a well-designed landscape should always start with a little planning. Here's a look at some landscape design tips for beginners. Tip #1: Plan Ahead This step may sound simple, but it's incredibly crucial. [Read More]

2 Ways To Clean Vinyl Flooring In Your Home

Posted on: 18 February 2015

If you have vinyl flooring in your home, then cleaning it regularly is important so that it stays looking as nice as possible. Here are 2 easy ways to clean your vinyl flooring without a lot of effort or expense. Use a Steam Mop Luckily, vinyl is one of the easiest types of flooring to clean because it cannot warp, crack, split, or break in the same ways that wood and laminate can. [Read More]

Use A Hydroseeder To Help Grow A Lush, Green Lawn

Posted on: 9 February 2015

A hydroseeder is a machine that can be used to evenly spread grass seed, mulch, and fertilizer on your property. This piece of equipment will save you time and will provide you with professional results. A few weeks after using a hydroseeder, healthy grass will be growing and you will be well on your way to having a yard that you will be proud of.  Use The Following Items commercial hydroseeder grass seed fertilizer mulch water rake Prepare The Land [Read More]

3 Helpful Steps to Take When Removing Raccoons from Your Property

Posted on: 30 January 2015

If you have a home, the last thing you expect to show up is a raccoon. These pests are mischievous, smart creatures who can find ways into your home. To deal with this pest, you can take these steps. Set Live Traps It's important to get the raccoon out of your home as quickly as possible, as the raccoon may be carrying all sorts of diseases. If you don't want to harm the pest, you can set out live traps. [Read More]