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With all of the wet weather we get in the New England region, it is important to be able to use landscaping and hardscaping tools to control the flow of storm water and provide soil erosion control for our properties. Serious damage can be done to lawns and gardens, not to mention outdoor living spaces...
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A tried and true method for making garden beds, grass lawns and hardscaping elements look neat and clean is to use landscaping border materials. One of the most popular materials used in the New England region is brick. Of all the hardscaping materials, brick is perhaps the most plentiful and easy to use, yet it...
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Whether your latest project includes creating a brand new driveway, walkway or sprucing up your front lawn, edging will make it look better. Regardless of the kind of materials you use, from natural stone to concrete pavers, brick to manufactured pavers, decorative stone to smooth river rock, choosing the best type of edging for the...
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Whenever you do a project that involves upgrading the landscaping of your home, you should consider adding natural stone edging. While there are many different synthetic, man-made products available that have even become quite popular with homeowners, there’s just nothing better looking, long-lasting and cost-effective than using lawn edging stone to enhance the appearance of...
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The natural terrain of the local landscape makes homeowners in the Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts region ripe for lawn drainage problems. Pawtucket landscaping should be designed with water flow in mind, grading the earth so that water flows away from your home’s foundation instead of pulling it underneath or inside. Unfortunately, many homes were...
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One of the best materials available for use in walkways and patios is flagstone. The reason why it is such a great choice for homeowners in the northeastern states is that it allows water to permeate through the stone instead of just running right off, providing a natural slip-resistant walkway or patio that will look...
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The benefits of using compost in your home garden or flower beds have been touted for many years, so most people are aware of the advantages associated with using it for residential landscaping. However, if you are unable to do your own composting or if you would like to use composting for commercial properties, it...
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A growing trend in home improvement is a focus on the outdoors. From landscaping to hardscaping, lighting and outdoor living decor, Americans are looking outside of their homes more often when they think about expanding their living and entertaining space. These outdoor projects range from functional to aesthetic, with some combining unique design and flair...
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