Lawn Thatch 101

Thatch is an unseen component of your lawn that can make the grass healthy in small amounts but will suffocate your lawn if it develops out of control. What Is Thatch? Thatch is naturally produced in a grass lawn. It can be comprised of grass clippings as well as grass blades that have naturally died. There is also living material in the thatch, including the stolons and surface roots of the grass plants. Read More 

3 Things You Need To Know About Septic Tank Maintenance

For those who are not able to connect to municipal sewers, septic tanks are essential. A septic tank treats the wastewater that your home produces. If you have a septic system, it's not all that different from using municipal sewer hookups. However, you will need to take steps to maintain your septic system. Failing to maintain your septic system can lead to expensive repairs. Here are three things that you should know about septic tank maintenance. Read More 

Should You Buy A Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment System?

Most people want to drink clean, safe water. And while the water that comes to your tap from the municipal water department should meet certain safety standards, it is not always as clean or pure as you desire. There are a number of ways to deal with this. You can run your water through a filter pitcher before drinking it. You could even not drink your tap water and buy bottled water instead. Read More 

Landscape Recommendations To Use And Add In Limestone To Your Property

One of the great aspects of designing and installing your yard's landscaping is that you can add in a variety of vegetation and pavement options for an attractive appearance all over. In addition to lawn, trees, shrubbery, and flowers, you can add in pavement, paving stones, river rocks, and gravel in different areas to create different surfaces and textures. Here are some recommendations to add in limestone to your yard's landscaping for a great improvement. Read More 

Protection And Privacy During Storms And Other Occasions

Was last hurricane season stressful for you and was your home damaged due to not having barriers in place that added a layer of protection? When high winds and driving downpours come into play, single-paned glass is in danger of cracking meaning excessive water could leak into your home. Accordion shutters will provide a viable solution to the threat of damage. Shutters can be closed and secured quickly, and will block the elements from causing damage. Read More