Landscape edging entails using materials such as pavers, burls and even timber sleepers to create a boundary within your yard, separating it into various areas.
Planning your pool landscape can be a challenge. Using the right materials can enhance both the aesthetic appeal and the functionality of your pool hardscape.
Split face and concrete blocks are much the same when you consider the materials they are made of. The main difference is in the exterior finishing.
If you want your home to make a jaw-dropping impression, consider a porte-cochère when you build or renovate it.
Homeowners are increasingly looking for more unique, innovative and environmentally friendly ways to live, from tiny homes to shipping containers and even living in a tree.
Maintaining a home can be full of challenges. To keep your property in good condition, it can be helpful for you to be aware of your environment and its effect on your home.
All it takes is a bit of creativity to incorporate pavers into your home. Let’s take a look at how they can be a fantastic option for your indoor flooring.
Green, cut lawns can be frowned upon, as they have proven to be unsustainable and harmful to the environment. In this post, we take a look at some landscaping alternatives
If you have a backyard or patio that you want to add some festive cheer to, here are some ideas for decorating it for the holidays.
If your pavement starts getting cracks and bumps, you might have a problem. The big trees you have in or around your backyard are likely the main culprits when this happens.