Improving Employee Health With A Water Fountain

Posted on: 19 July 2016

When it comes to determining which elements you will include in your company's landscape design, you should consider the benefits that your employees will enjoy when you opt to install a water fountain on your property. Not only are these water features aesthetically pleasing, but they can actually help improve your employees' physical well-being.  Here are three ways that the incorporation of a water fountain in your company's landscape design can help you improve your employees' overall health in the future. [Read More]

Signs Of A Failing Retaining Wall

Posted on: 28 June 2016

Retaining walls are designed to hold up soil in order to prevent erosion from occurring, and can be used for landscaping purposes to create a flat surface that is easier to work upon. However, over time the weight of the dirt coupled with weather exposure can cause retaining walls to begin to fail. If left unchecked, the wall can collapse, which can be expensive to fix and can greatly disrupt the aesthetic of your yard. [Read More]

3 Ideas For Naturally Removing Tree Stumps From Your Property

Posted on: 27 May 2016

After having a tree removed from your property, you likely want to be left with a large stump that won't get in the way while mowing the lawn and even end up attracting pests that may try to make the stump their home. While you can certainly hire a professional for tree stump removal or rely on chemicals that break down the wood, you may prefer to use a more natural method—especially if you have pets or young children that spend a lot of time outdoors. [Read More]

Tips For Designing A Public Garden

Posted on: 3 March 2016

If you own an area that has a lot of extra, unused land, you might think that this is the perfect chance for you to create a public garden. To use the land as effectively as possible and ensure that your garden is an enjoyable place for people to be, you will need to put some planning into the design of your garden. Here are some tips for making your public garden as comfortable for as many people as possible. [Read More]