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Do you feel like your landscape is missing something but don’t really want to get involved in a long-term or expensive renovation project? Stepping stones may be the answer!

One of the most underappreciated landscaping home improvement projects is the simple addition of stepping stones to your garden and lawn areas. Stepping stones are an easy way to add texture, contrast, and convenient pathways to your landscaping design. If you’re looking for a low-cost, attractive, landscaping addition to your property, the world of stepping stones is one you ought to explore with your lawn care provider.

Any type of landscaping is going to add value to your property, both fiscally and aesthetically. Stepping stones in particular give your landscape texture, dimension and color. A professional lawn care company will be able to offer up creative ideas when it comes to design using whatever type of material you think will fit the current or intended motif of your property.

Stepping stones typically come in natural stone and pavers. Natural stone includes flagstone, slate and sandstone, all which can be cut to your specifications. Installing natural stone paths in your landscape can also help minimize trampling of delicate grass and compacting the soil beneath. Stone pavers are able to be interlocked, which gives a homeowner the option of having a continuous pathway instead of intermittent stones. These are also less costly than their natural stone counterparts. If you’re looking for a more consistent design, stone pavers are also a more ideal selection.

Whatever your preference, your local lawn care company can make sure your landscape becomes exactly what you want and within budget without a long, complicated landscaping project.

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Lawn Care Tip: Create a Fall Check List For Your Home Maintenance

November 4, 2012

Many people find the bi-annual daylight savings to be a time to check in on their house to make sure everything is working properly and running smoothly. They may make it a time to inspect their roofing or plumbing, but include smaller tasks such as checking smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Depending on the part [...]

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Lawn Care Tip: Lawn Clippings

November 3, 2012

Lawn clippings are not exactly considered valuable to a lawn or landscape, but the reality of the matter is that they can be extremely helpful in the growing process of your turf. Many people bag or rake lawn clippings instead of leaving them on the surface of the lawn for fear it will develop into [...]

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Lawn Care Tip: Bee Awareness

November 2, 2012

As a population, we are not very fond of bees. They sting and buzz by our ears and chase us when we have something sweet or fragrant in our possession. Many people are even severely allergic to bees, which if the allergy is severe enough, can be potentially fatal. So with that stated, it is [...]

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Lawn care Tip: Make Your Garden A No-Feeding Zone For Deer

October 16, 2012

Who doesn’t love watching deer graze in a field? These serene creatures seem harmless enough and while we enjoy watching them do their thing, we just enjoy it more when it is not in our own backyard. According to lawn care experts, it is extremely difficult to stop deer from destroying your landscape. They are [...]

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Lawn Care Tip: Mosquito Control

October 14, 2012

Hands down, mosquitoes are probably one of the most annoying pests around. They can turn a perfectly enjoyable evening into an itchy, aggravating event that will deter you from enjoying a warm summer night again. Besides being downright irritating (both mentally and physically), they also could pose a serious health risk. Lawn care experts who [...]

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Get Your Landscape Ready With Fall Leaf Removal

October 13, 2012

As the temperatures start to cool down, there is still a lot of work to do on your landscape. Some of the work is in an effort to prepare it for the cold temperatures while other tasks are to ensure a healthy growing environment once spring rolls around once again. Whatever the reason, you should [...]

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Basic Lawn Care Tips For A Successful Turf

October 12, 2012

If you’re frustrated with the way your lawn looks, maybe it’s time to make some changes. It is very possible that you’re not aware that some of the things you’re doing (or perhaps not doing) is having a very big effect on your lawn. Here are some lawn care tips that may help you take [...]

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Get Your Landscape Ready With Fall Leaf Removal

October 11, 2012

As the temperatures start to cool down, there is still a lot of work to do on your landscape. Some of the work is in an effort to prepare it for the cold temperatures while other tasks are to ensure a healthy growing environment once spring rolls around once again. Whatever the reason, you should [...]

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Lawn Care Tip: Mosquito Control

October 10, 2012

Hands down, mosquitoes are probably one of the most annoying pests around. They can turn a perfectly enjoyable evening into an itchy, aggravating event that will deter you from enjoying a warm summer night again. Besides being downright irritating (both mentally and physically), they also could pose a serious health risk. Lawn care experts who [...]

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