Have you been on the fence about implementing a French Drain System to your property? Let us ease your mind, there are plenty of benefits from doing this. Some of them unexpected. THEY’RE DURABLE We’re sure one of your biggest pet peeves is making an adjustment to your yard, and having it break. Not only … Read moreAdvantages of Adding a French Drain System to Your Yard
Moisture and water damage issues are bound to occur when precipitation and rain flows towards your home instead of away from it. You can prevent water drainage to your home in different ways. The ways include cleaning of your gutter, downspout maintenance and yard grading. Grading is something you can do yourself but there are … Read moreYard Grading for Proper Drainage
The best time to level uneven spots on your lawn is when your yard is experiencing robust growth. This is mostly during spring or summer though it depends on the type of grass grown on your lawn. Your lawn naturally becomes uneven as time passes, and adding the topsoil to the low areas helps in … Read moreFactors to Consider When Leveling Your Yard With Topsoil
When some sections or your entire lawn is bald, thin, bare, and patchy, it is an indication that your lawn needs a repair. Repairing your lawn keeps it looking lush for long. Below are the different ways of repairing your lawn. Fill Bare and Bald Spots It would help if you filled bare spots on … Read moreHow to Repair a Lawn
Drainage issues can cause annoying problems in your yard, thereby minimizing enjoyment of your family’s outdoor activities and reducing its appearance. Other than being an eyesore, some drainage problems can cause extensive damages to your yard. When the drainage problems in your yard are significant, you may need to regrade it. Uneven surfaces on your … Read moreRegrading Your Yard
Of all the soil types, clay soil is the most problematic when it comes to growing a lawn. Not only does it lack crucial nutrients due to its density, but the clay wildly slows down water. It creates puddles that last much longer than loamy or sandy lawns that drown out plants. For those who … Read moreHow Topdressing Can Help Clay Soil
Having a retaining wall built at home can be a fantastic way to add dimension to your yard and avoid it looking too flat and one-dimensional. Not only can you work with the natural elevation of your yard with a retaining wall, but you can also improve the landscaping so that you’re more pleased with … Read more3 Ways to Add Dimension to Your Yard With a Retaining Wall
Like with most processes you do to your home and yard, lawn leveling or re-grading is something you want to last for as long as possible. However, even if we don’t always notice it right away, the soil around our home is constantly changing and shifting. This means that your perfectly level lawn won’t stay … Read moreWill a Lawn Become Uneven Again After Leveling?
Most homeowners have probably heard the term “French drain” but don’t necessarily know what it means. The phrase may sound posh but these drainage solutions aren’t terribly fancy. But they are versatile. Contrary to what the name implies there is no solid evidence that French drains were unique to France. The term refers to Henry … Read moreThe Versatile French Drain
If your home can benefit from a retaining wall, you have likely been cruising potential retaining wall designs online and have a few in mind for your yard. It is great to be excited about a retaining wall, and they can accent a yard, but retaining walls do serve a purpose in most cases. They … Read moreWhat Can Affect a Retaining Wall Design?