Ways to Use Stone and Rock in Your Garden

9 April 2021
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If you want to improve your garden and complement its plants and flowers, why not incorporate rock and stone into the design? Consider the following ideas for your property. Gravel Pathways and Patios For a rustic and classic look, install a gravel patio or pathway. A compacted base will be laid underneath to stabilise the surface. Then, on top, you can add decorative gravel to harmonise with your home and garden. Read More 

3 Critical Things You Need to Do to Grow Healthy Turf

20 October 2020
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Every homeowner wants to grow and maintain healthy turf as a way of increasing the value of their property. However, it's sometimes a challenge to some people because they don't know how they should go about it. Growing attractive and healthy turf isn't easy. It requires you to assess if it will be secure for your pets and kids. Actually, it can be less tasking if you have a turf management program. Read More 

Buying a New Mower: 4 Things to Consider

16 July 2020
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If you're thinking about investing in a new lawn mower, you may be trying to decide if you should invest in a push lawn mower or a ride-on mower. This article will look at some of the things you should consider before you make your choice. Read on to find out everything you need to know. How big is your lawn? The size of your lawn is a big factor when it comes to purchasing a new lawn mower. Read More 

Two landscaping tips for people with sloped gardens

13 July 2019
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If your outdoor space is comprised primarily of sloped ground, here are some landscaping tips that should enable you to create a healthy and beautiful garden on this type of terrain. Use soil stabilisation products if you're concerned about erosion occurring One of the biggest problems you are likely to face when performing any type of landscaping work on sloped soil is that this soil will be prone to erosion. This is simply because on a steep gradient the combination of gravity and wind will lead to the soil near the top of the slope loosening and rolling downward, instead of staying in place like it would if it were positioned on a flat landscape. Read More 

3 Ways to Ensure Your Mower Is in Perfect Condition

11 May 2018
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Have you noticed that your mower is not working as efficiently as it used to? Many homeowners fail to check the different parts of their mowers to confirm that they are in good condition. As a result, there can be some underlying problems that affect the mower. However, these problems can be avoided by carefully assessing your mower regularly and undertaking basic maintenance. Below are ways you can ensure that your mower is always in perfect working condition. Read More