If you love how green your new lawn is, you want to do everything you can to keep it looking that way. In addition to providing it with the right amount of water and fertilizer, there are some other simple steps you can take that will protect the look and quality of your lawn. Here are three steps you should add to your lawn care routine. Keep the Weeds Away
Dogs are man's best friend, but the same isn't true when it comes to lawns. Without the close watch of their owner, a dog can wreak havoc on a lawn and completely destroy it. You can prevent this and the good news is that it doesn't necessarily take a lot of work. Here are a few tips to get you started. Clean Up Messes Make it a point to clean up your dog's messes right way.
Many people want to have a stylish entertainment area in their backyard, but do not have a lot of money to spend on a deck or patio. You can create a lovely outdoor entertainment area on your own with small pea gravel. Use the guide below to learn how to create your one-of-a-kind entertainment area. Decide Where You Want the Space to be Located The first thing you need to do is decide where you want the entertainment area to be located in your yard.
If you're looking for a way to add a refreshing spark to your backyard, a relaxation nook can be just what the doctor ordered. Often thought of as a "reading nook," this spot can be about relaxing in any way that you prefer while enjoying the outdoors. Designing and placing one in your yard can take as little as a weekend. Here are the 3 steps to get you there.
If you're buying a home in an area that offers pressurized irrigation, also called canal or secondary water, your house might not already be hooked up to that system. Older houses in areas that have only recently added pressurized irrigation, and newer homes that have yet to be hooked up to the system, would use city drinking water for all needs, including watering lawns, unless otherwise requested. That means you have to choose between the two systems because using city drinking water for everything can become expensive, not to mention it puts a strain on the amount of available drinking water.