Each year, it’s a good idea to put some time into making sure that your irrigation or sprinkler system is working well. This will help your plants and lawn grow to their full potential. It will also prevent you from spending money on water that’s not doing your yard any good. Here are some tips that you should address when doing your irrigation maintenance. We can help if any of these items on the checklist come up lacking or you want a second opinion about ways to improve your water efficiency.

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The majority of new homes that are built in the 21st century with finished landscaping include some type of irrigation system. Most homes have an automated sprinkler system. If your home does not include an automated sprinkler system, it is a home improvement project that you should seriously consider. Irrigation systems offer your home a simple and easy way to continue beautifying the landscape without back breaking work. Here are 4 reasons to consider when considering investing in an automated sprinkler system for your home. Continue reading “Benefits of Irrigation Systems” »

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Helpful Tips When Planning Your Spring Landscape

They say that the early bird gets the worm, and we think that the sentiment extends to landscape prepping as well. When the first rays of sun come up on a spring landscape, the shoots come up and buds start forming. You don’t want to miss creating one of the season’s spectacles by not preparing your landscaping for the coming spring ahead of time. Follow these recommendations to have one of the brightest and tidiest landscapes when the weather warms and the birds return.

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About Time for Planting Trees!

Have you been thinking about sprucing up your yard with new trees? Perhaps you’ve been holding off because you’re not sure about the best time to begin such a project. Many people say late winter or early spring is the best time. In the northern part of Georgia, fall and winter are fine times to plant trees. What’s best is that you not try to transplant during the heat of the summer. It could be a shock to the plants.

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