Recommendations For Ordering And Arranging A Decorative Landscape Rock Delivery

Rock for your yard's landscaping provides an attractive, natural, and environmentally-friendly option while it helps to prevent erosion to your soil. Ordering and installing the rock can pose some challenges, however, especially if you do not know what type of rocks to get or how many to order and you don't have the equipment to spread them. The following are some recommendations to help you out with ordering a landscape stone delivery to your home. Read More 

Planning A Landscape Project? Why Start With The Right Landscape Design

If you're ready to landscape your yard, you want to start with a design. Having the right landscape design can help you pull all the elements together. If you're not sure where to start, you might want to get some help. A landscape designer can put all of your ideas together to create the perfect yard for you. If you're not sure why the right landscape design is so important, read the list provided below. Read More 

When Should You Drill A Well With A Larger Diameter Than Normal?

When you're drilling a well, you'll need to choose how large the diameter of the well casing will be. Drilling a large-diameter well (for example, an 8" well instead of the 6" or 4" well often found in residential applications) is more expensive due to the fact that it requires larger drilling equipment. However, a well with a larger diameter has a number of benefits that can make it the right choice despite the added cost. Read More 

5 Areas Of Your Yard That Benefit From Mulch

There are many places in the average home yard that can benefit from mulch. Knowing where to use it and what type of mulch to use can improve the health and beauty of your landscaping. 1. Bare Soil Areas Areas with bare, exposed soil can become a magnet for weeds. Plus, topsoil loss from erosion is a problem. To avoid an unsightly area, cover the bare areas with mulch. Woodchips or bark nugget mulch is a good option if you have future plans for the area, as the mulch will decompose over time. Read More 

Want To Increase Your Curb Appeal? Hire A Landscape Contractor To Add Some Hardscaping

If you want to increase the curb appeal of your home, there are many things you can do. One thing is to hire a landscape contractor to add some hardscaping to your yard. Hardscaping involves using non-living elements. Keep reading for some types of hardscaping the landscape contractor can install for you. Hardscaping Accents The contractor will use hardscaping accents as part of the hardscaping. This may be adding some artwork to an area or adding some furniture in different areas of your yard. Read More