A healthy, lush lawn is something most homeowners dream about long before they buy their first home. Not only does it make your home look better, a healthy lawn adds value to your home and the neighborhood around you as well. Not only that, but your lawn is where your kids play and your family gathers for pool parties and BBQ’s, so you want it to be as healthy as possible.
The problems start when your lawn starts looking raggedy and develops unsightly spots or uneven growth. Luckily, most lawn problems are easily fixed, so you can get back to enjoying the outdoors with your family on a lawn you can be proud of.
If these lawn problems keep occurring, it’s time to call in the lawn care professionals to help restore your lawn. Here are six of the most common lawn problems and how to fix them:
Choosing the colour of the outside of your home is a huge decision. You want to make sure that you will be happy with the colour for many years to come. Not only do you need to like it, but you need to be confident that when it comes time to sell, the colour that your painters have chosen will be attractive to those looking to buy your home. Continue Reading
Choosing a granite countertop is a very big decision and one that you will have to live with for a very long time. You’re going to have a great deal of designs and colours to select your new countertop from. You need to make sure that the colour you choose matches the rest of your kitchen and many other factors.
People often don’t recognize landscaping is a highly specific skill and, therefore, they fail to turn to professionals for advice or help. Making mistakes can cause an unsightly mess at your property, home, or business and can also be very costly in the long run when trying to rectify the issues.
Whatever the season, maintaining a healthy lawn takes work. In order to ensure your lawn is healthy and lush during the summer months, here are five lawncare tips for tending to your grass:
Toronto’s real estate market isn’t what it used to be. Sure, the housing market is still offering $800,000 homes, but sales and bidding wars aren’t quite what they were a year ago.
With the Ontario government implementing new measures to cool off the housing market and the Bank of Canada (BOC) gradually raising interest rates, potential homebuyers are beginning to take a wait-and-see approach. And this is making many homeowners nervous. Continue Reading