5 Style Options for Complementary Patio and Driveway Designs

Posted on: 25 February 2022

Underlying themes and structure can really pull a landscaping design together. This is especially true when it comes to the most common paved surfaces in a yard—the driveway and patio. Using similar decorative pavement techniques on both surfaces isn't just attractive, it ensures you have a cohesive design.  1. Color Tinting Adding color to concrete is one of the simplest ways to up the wow factor while tying the look of the two surfaces together.
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Garden Landscape Design Tips For A Rustic Look

Posted on: 29 January 2022

If your home has a rustic look, then you probably want your landscaping to match. So, as you design your garden beds, you want to make sure they take on a rustic, country-like appeal. How do you achieve that while still ensuring your garden beds look tidy and polished? Here are some ideas and tips. Include a Trellis So many country homes have trellises with vines growing up them. As such, this is a great element to include in your garden bed design.
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Upgrading Your Property's Runoff Management With French Drains

Posted on: 13 January 2022

If you are to effectively manage the runoff from your property, there are some upgrades that may need to be made. The installation of French drain systems can be a solution that will enable you to have more effective control over the runoff from your property during rainstorms and landscaping watering. French Drains Can Discretely Improve Your Ability To Manage Runoff A homeowner may be leery of installing gutters throughout their property as this will potentially have negative impacts on the appearance of the landscaping.
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Pipes Burst And Have Water Damage Inside Your Home? Tips To Get It Repaired

Posted on: 10 December 2021

If your pipes burst, this can quickly cause a lot of water damage. This is especially true if you were not home when this happened. Fortunately, there are things you can do to get things repaired to get your home back to normal. Keep reading on how to do this. Repair the Pipes The first thing to do is to contact a plumber to repair your burst pipes to stop more water from getting into your home.
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