What Makes a Landscape Construction Company Different than a Landscaper?

When most people have a project in mind for their outdoor space, they look online for a landscaper to do the job. That’s not a

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Do I Need Professional Sprinkler System Maintenance?

With warm weather in here northern Nevada over the last week and more in the forecast, it’s time to start watering those budding trees and

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Is Your Irrigation System Costing You Money?

It’s springtime here in northern Nevada, and our weather is consistently inconsistent, just like usual. But as the weather warms, homeowners begin thinking about irrigation

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Common Signs of a Drainage Problem in Your Outdoor Space

It’s officially a Miracle March here in northern Nevada, and all of that snow and rain is just what our water supply needed. But has

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Five Questions to Ask Before You Hire a Nevada Landscape Company

Our recent snow storm aside, we’ve had a pretty mild winter here in northern Nevada. And as we move through March and into early spring,

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Does Your Nevada Landscaper Need a License?

Landscaping is so much more than an aesthetic pleasure. It’s the first thing people see when they come to your home, and it can have

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Go Native – Why Using Native Plants in Your Landscape Design Matters

Northern Nevada poses a unique climate challenge when it comes to landscaping. Between the altitude, the dry climate and the four seasons, there are lots

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Northern Nevada Winter Landscaping Tips From Harris Landscape Construction

A major landscape project may not be in your immediate plans, but you may still want to keep your outdoor spaces tidy and healthy over

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The Beauty & Function of Xeriscape Landscaping in Northern Nevada

Xeriscaping is nothing new, but in the last few years, it’s grown tremendously in residential and commercial landscaping applications. Here in the high desert climate

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3 Reasons Winter is the Best Time to Plan Upcoming Landscape Projects

Here in northern Nevada, winters can be relatively mild or downright freezing. And between the dormant trees and chilly weather, it doesn’t seem like the

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