Depending on the size of your lawn and your specific needs, installing a sprinkler system may not seem particularly complicated. Most residential sprinkler systems consist of a handful of components that, at first glance, look relatively easy to fit together. However, lawn irrigation is deceptively complex, and working with a professional installer is often the best way to get the most out of your new system. Even if you consider yourself a pretty handy do-it-yourselfer, you should seriously consider these three reasons why a professional sprinkler system is usually the way to go.
If you take pride in maintaining a beautiful lawn, moss can be your worst enemy, especially at this time of year. Hardy, fast-growing moss plants can quickly spread to cover the largest lawns, and can seriously harm both the health and appearance of your grass. There are many different ways to tackle moss growth on lawns, but core aeration is one of the most effective. When performed by a professional lawn care service, core aeration can make lawns much more resistant to moss growth, and help to destroy any moss that has already taken root.
If you want healthy grass, you need to do more than just mow it. If you have a lawn care service, you may want to ask them to treat your lawn with fertilizer at the appropriate times of the year if they offer the service. If they don't, you can fertilize your lawn yourself since it isn't too difficult. It could make a difference in the way your grass looks over the summer.
An outside lounge area can improve employee morale and even boost productivity. After all, nature has a positive effect on most people, helping them to relax and recharge. But what should your outdoor employee break area contain? Along with the required elements for eating meals, here are a few landscape elements to consider. 1. Shade No one will want to use a break area that's hot in the summer or rainy in the spring and fall.
Are you listening to what your yard is telling you? While it can neither speak its wishes nor write you a note, it can tell you many things that it wants you to hear. Here are a few ways you can listen to your landscape when planning your designs. 1. Do a Soil Test. Soil tests are fairly simple to perform and yield behind-the-scenes information about the makeup of your soil.
Hello, I am Manny Juanez. When I moved into my home, I instantly started to plan out my landscape features. I knew that I wanted a small waterfall leading to a pond for my fish. I also wanted to create a few raised beds around the sitting area by the pond. What I didn't know, however, was that the project would take a lot of manpower and a bit of professional help. My site will explore the process from grading the land to setting up the electrical components. I will also talk about building the garden beds with pavers and other found materials. The information I provide should help you create a beautiful layout in your back or front yards. Come back to my site whenever you need some inspiration.