Do you have a limited amount of yard space to work with, but want the serenity and comfort of moving water? There are multiple ways to approach waterscape design, but many techniques involve large ponds, reservoirs, or deep digging to maintain water as evaporation takes its course. For limited yard spaces, consider a few of these techniques and designs to deliver insp
- During large storms, trees can topple and fall over. Unfortunately, anything in their path can be damaged, including your home. If a tree falls on your home you may be shocked and in a state of disbelief. After you get over this initial shock, you may find yourself wondering what to do next. Here are the steps you will want to follow if a tree falls on your roof.
- Soil erosion can be a real problem on properties with steep hillsides. Landscaping and mulching the area is one way to put a stop to the corrosion. But, how do you keep that mulch from washing away with heavy rains? Preventative measures can be taken by installing block walls to keep the mulch where it needs to be. You will need: Gravel Interlocking Landscaping Block
- If you lived in a cooler part of the United States and love to garden, you likely did not have a lot of problems. Now that you live in a hot area, you will have to do some things differently. There are flowers that simply cannot stand heat, and even if you purchase flowers that can, they still require a little extra care. To help you below are two tips on how you can
- Freshwater is not an unlimited resource. In some areas, there may be regulations restricting your water use, and even if you do not have these regulations in your area, it is a good idea to keep your water use down in order to reduce environmental impact. Landscaping, of course, can be a huge sink for fresh water. Luckily, there are ways to manage your water use and r