Protecting Your Investment And Keeping Your Lawn Beautiful - Tips For Hydroseeder Maintenance

Posted on: 15 April 2015
Whether you own a modestly sized home with a small lawn or a golf course with rolling acres of green space, keeping your grass in its best condition can be a challenge. While regularly spreading grass seed is a great way to keep your lawn looking fresh, figuring out how to achieve that goal without back breaking labor and a frustrating process can be difficult. Thankfully, the development of the hydroseeder allows for seed, water, and fertilizer to be evenly spread over a given area with less stress on you.
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How To Prevent Erosion In And Around Your Garden

Posted on: 1 April 2015
When planting your garden, you probably want to enjoy it all year long, regardless of if it is filled with vegetables, herbs, flowers or a combination of the three. However, one thing can get in the way of you enjoying your garden -- erosion. If erosion is a problem in your area or if you simply want to prevent it before it occurs, follow these tips. Then, you shouldn't have to worry about the rain washing away your garden.
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Common Kitchen Items That Can Act As A Fire Extinguisher

Posted on: 20 March 2015
There are over 3000 fire related deaths per year in the US with 80 percent of these occurring in households. Preparing for the eventuality of a fire can be done through simple means such as the purchase and maintenance of a fire extinguisher or through the installation of more complex systems such as smoke detectors and fire sprinkler systems. A fire extinguisher can cost anywhere from $10 for a single-use variety to about $800 for a reusable industrial type with annual maintenance at an additional $15 to $20.
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Why Your Commercial Property Should Upgrade To Stamped Asphalt

Posted on: 10 March 2015
Whether you're interested in upgrading an aging parking lot or installing a new roundabout for your commercial property, there are reasons to include stamped asphalt in your investment. Stamped asphalt allows you to take advantage of the durability and flexibility of an asphalt surface while also updating the look of your commercial facade to something that mimics expensive brick or stone materials. So if you're planning on starting a new walkway, driveway, or parking lot construction project, consider why stamped asphalt is the best candidate for the job.
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