How Adding the Right Combination of Hardscape and Landscape Offers Endless Outdoor Entertaining Potential
When summer is over, does your outdoor living space become obsolete? With the right combination of landscaping and hardscaping, you can turn your backyard into a year-round entertainment hotspot – even in the dead of winter.
Before the temperatures dip too far, why not rethink your home’s exterior? See if any of these upgrades can be added to boost your outdoor living potential so you can host parties regardless of the season outside.
Remove Dead Trees from Your Property before the Storm Comes
Hurricane season for the Atlantic region starts in June, but it peaks August to end of October. If your property is not hurricane-proof yet, now is the perfect time to get started before the storms come.
In Pennsylvania, while we may not see the eye of the storm, our state definitely experiences the high wind speeds, flooding, and harsh downpours. When your yard is full of brush and dead trees, it increases the risk for significant property damage after a storm. To get ready for peak hurricane season, contact the professionals at Sabia Landscaping & Tree Service. We can help with your tree trimming, and even remove dead or dying trees, so that you do not have to worry about them potentially costing you thousands in property damage.
How to Create a Beautiful Entertaining Space Outdoors in the Fall Season
Fall is all about the changing leaves, crisp temperatures, apple cider, and the craze of pumpkin spice everything. While the average temperature in Pennsylvania this time of the year is low to mid-’60s, it doesn’t mean you must pack everything up and move your entertainment inside.
How Professionals Can Help Maintain Your Landscaping
Your trees keep growing and turning into a beautiful natural canopy. From a pleasurable feast for the eyes to a wonderful shade on a sunny day, the foliage is welcome. So, why should you trim and prune trees and bushes on your property?
Eager to DIY Your Landscape? Consider Why Professional Design Makes Sense
You can picture yourself sitting in your backyard with a perfectly manicured lawn, a fire pit carved out in the corner, and a play area for the kids. While you can visually it so clearly, implementing it can be a challenge.
The Essentials You Need for an Outdoor Escape
Mancaves have traditionally been created in basements or garages, but why should you be limited to a cold, dark corner during summer?
Outdoor mancaves are becoming the new trend, and they are relatively inexpensive to create. Likewise, they give you an escape outside while still having privacy in your backyard. Whether you want a corner of the yard to sit back, enjoy a cup of iced tea, and watch the fire crackle from your firepit or you want a gourmet kitchen outside to grill and chill, do it the right way.
Understanding the Differences between these Popular Hardscape Options
Whether you are creating a space for your next hot tub, building a firepit area, or creating a new porch in your backyard, two primary options for these spaces are pavers and decorative concrete. Traditionally, concrete was the medium of choice for creating outdoor living spaces, but today, more homeowners realize the value of pavers.
Professional Landscapers Explain the Importance of Grading Your Property
Did you know that a properly leveled land, with correctly graded slopes can hugely enhance the life and efficiency of your property? If your yard surface is completely flat, or sloping towards your home, there is a good chance that the accumulating rain water will eventually seep inwards despite a strong, watertight concrete foundation. This can compromise the building materials and structure, leading to extensive water damage inside, as well as outside your home.
Select the Ideal Trees and Shrubs for Your Landscape
After a long, hectic day, you may be thinking about spending time in your yard, sipping on a beverage, relaxing in the hot tub, or simply grilling and chilling with the family. However, just when you are craving some quiet time and no interruptions, a noisy or nosy neighbor may put a damper on your plans. It is also possible that you find certain aspects of the neighboring property to be an eyesore. One of the easiest ways to create a barrier and maintain privacy between you and your neighbors is to install a living fence with trees and shrubs. A beautiful, green border that adorns your landscape, offering the visual separation, as well as the exclusivity that you desire in your personal space.
Useful Advice from Your Professional Lawn Care Experts
With the steadily rising temperatures, frequent rain showers, chirping birds, and the tiniest hint of emerging green shoots, you know that spring is in the air. While you start ticking off your checklist of spring cleaning activities, don’t forget to do a spring start-up for your property’s irrigation system. After all, the timing and amount of watering is critical in achieving a flourishing lawn, blooming flower beds and thriving vegetable patches during the coming months.