301-656-6414Call us Today 301-494-3707 The grill wafts up the smell of roasting meat and veggies. The sprinkler is running, and the only thing colder than the water running down the kids’ backs is the ice chest full of beer. Just as you congratulate yourself on...
In the U.S., the landscaping industry generates an estimated $74 billion each year as homeowners look to improve the value of their homes.
We’ve got six ways to improve your patio lighting, and, let’s face it, that’s a great goal. Let’s get started.
Perhaps you have been thinking about how you might utilize your small backyard space so that the design will create the most impact. Or maybe you just want a small, intimate space where you can enjoy the peace and tranquility of the outdoors.
Is selecting the right patio paver giving you a headache? Are you having trouble deciding between materials, colors and designs? Pavers are the most essential building block of your outdoor patio. They’re big-ticket items, much like kitchen counters or carpets, so getting it right the first time can be pretty taxing. You don’t want to regret this decision in five years.
Johnson’s Landscaping Service is a family oriented business with over 50 years of pleasing homeowners. Tree planting and yard maintenance are obvious specialties; however, divisions of carpentry, lighting and drainage are highlights featured as well.
Why would anyone want a landscape designer poking in around in their yard, their personnel space? Folks usually know what their lives are about and what is needed to facilitate them. Or, do they? Landscape design is like painting with plants and hardscape and buildings. It is an underrated art never given enough credit.
A patio provides a wonderful place to go out to enjoy an evening after a long day. Sit back and relax while taking in your yard’s beautiful landscape design. A patio brings out the best in your backyard. It offers a gathering space for parties and gatherings.
Landscape design is in, and so is permaculture. While permaculture — the art of creating sustainable, environmentally-friendly landscapes using both edible and native plants that encourage biodiversity while remaining aesthetically pleasing — has been around since the 1970s when the term was first coined, it has only recently begun to gain traction as Americans become more environmentally conscious and aware.
Fall is here, and with it comes your last chance to get some outdoor maintenance and yardwork done before the winter.
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