I have always loved gardening, but a few years ago I realized that my garden needed a little tender loving care. I started focusing on perfecting my techniques and making the area stand out, and it was a lot of work. Before I knew it, I was adding a lovely pergola to part of the yard along with a nice play area for the kids, and it was really interesting to see how things were coming along. I wanted to create this blog to inspire other people to make their land more beautiful. Check it out for great information that could help you.

Signs Your Home’s Masonry Is Damaged And How It’s Repaired

8 June 2018
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

If you live in an older brick house that's showing its age through wear on the bricks and mortar, it could be time to have masonry repairs done to protect your home. Damaged bricks and mortar allow water to seep into the softer insides of the bricks and cause damage that leads to cracking and further decay. Here are some signs your home may need masonry repairs and how they might be done. Read More …

A Terra Cotta Fountain Can Be Used To Enhance Your Restaurant’s Outdoor Dining Area

28 April 2018
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

A terracotta fountain can be used to dress up an uncovered patio and provide the outdoor structure with a peaceful aura. If you have chosen to install this type of fountain on the patio dining area that is attached to your small restaurant, use the enhancement techniques below to draw attention to the fountain and provide a tranquil setting for your guests while they enjoy their meals. Add Soft Music And Lighting Read More …

Sprinkler Repair: Red Flags That Your System Has Sprung A Leak

10 March 2018
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

A leaking irrigation system is a major sign that your yard is ready for a sprinkler repair. Along with wasting water, a broken sprinkler won't provide your grass and garden with the hydration they need to grow and flourish. How can you spot a leaking sprinkler? Take a look at the most common signs that are major leak red flags. More Mud Than Usual Are your pets tracking mud into the house after being outside? Read More …

Vinyl Vs. Wood Pergolas

26 January 2018
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

If you're a homeowner and you want to invest some of your extra cash into your property, you obviously want some sort of return on your investment. That is, not only do you want to actually improve a part of your home, you probably also want to increase the value of it. When it comes to residential upgrades, it is hard to think of all the possible projects you could invest in. Read More …

The Meticulous Beauty Of Cobblestones: Taking European Streets To Your Yard

14 December 2017
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Cobblestone is often associated with some of the oldest streets in Europe. It hearkens back to a time when horse and buggy were the main mode of transportation, and city roads were either dirt or stone. The paving stones are called cobblestones because the stones werelumps, or cobs, and "cobbled streets" were assembled from the cobs. It also refers to larger pieces of rock hewn into flatter shapes.  Modern cobblestone products are more often brick than rock. Read More …