Buying a piece of land for home construction can be intimidating, especially if that piece of land is completely wooded. Before any construction begins you should consult a lot clearing and tree removal specialist along with your construction team, to make sure your land is adequately prepped for building.
Mulching is an important step when it comes to your landscaping. However, before you stock up on piles and piles of mulch you should consider what type of mulch is best for your gardens: organic or inorganic mulch.
With hurricane season approaching, our team at Eagle Quality Landscaping wants to make sure homeowners are prepared for potential stormy weather. Even though hurricanes develop off the coastlines, that doesn’t mean that inland homes are free and clear of storm damage. Strong winds can knock down unstable trees, which is why it’s crucial to make sure that the trees surrounding your property are safe and storm proof. Here’s how you can determine if there’s a dangerous tree in your yard that is at risk of falling and damaging your home.
Having a beautiful lawn is a goal that many homeowners strive for. At the same time, it can feel like a daunting task for anyone who is not a gardener. Luckily, it doesn’t have to be as difficult as it seems. Having an experienced landscaper, like ourselves at Eagle Quality Landscaping, by your side is a great way to access all the vital knowledge you need. For instance, fertilizer is one of the main components of lawn care, and knowing how to use it properly can really boost your lawn’s appearance.
Many landscapes have low spots or areas that don’t shed water as they should. Causes for pooling and puddling can be various, but the solution is often the same: Install a landscape drain. With several types to choose from and many professionals offering landscape drainage services, soggy spots and low areas can quickly become things of the past.
After a long winter your lawn is at its worst. So, what can you do to boost your landscape’s appearance and enhance its health? While there are many things you can do to create a richer, healthier lawn, one of the most important steps to take is to aerate your grass. Lawn aeration is one of the best ways to create a fertile environment for seeds to sprout and roots to grow come springtime.
When it comes to your patio, it’s important to protect your investment. If you don’t keep up with proper maintenance, you run the risk of costly patio repairs. To help you preserve your patio, here are some of the most important do’s and don’ts for patio care:
With a coat of snow on your yard, it can be easy to forget about the grass that lies beneath. But taking care of your landscape before winter hits can help your yard to come up green and abundant in the spring and can save you the pain of trying to revive it when warm weather arrives.
Patios are a beautiful addition to a backyard. They can quickly transform a previously unused area into the perfect gathering place for family and friends. Before patio installation begins though, it’s important to consider several things. Here is a quick guide to help you make informed decisions when it comes to your new patio space.