Four Signs Your Irrigation System Isn’t Running Properly

Here in the high desert of northern Nevada, water is precious. Using water to keep our outdoor spaces thriving is important, but doing so responsibly

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Four Benefits of Leaving Landscape Design & Installation to the Pros

There’s so much more to professional landscape design and installation than simple aesthetics. A design that gets better over time is often the product of

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What’s a Landscape Contractor, and Do You Need One?

Looking for a landscaper in northern Nevada can get surprisingly complicated, simply because there are so many companies with varying specialties. Do you need a

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Four Reasons to Hire a Professional Landscape Construction Company in Reno-Sparks

Working with a professional is something you don’t think twice about when it comes to things like your teeth, your healthcare, or your legal advice.

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5 Things to Ask Before you Hire a Reno Landscape Company

Spring has sprung here in northern Nevada, and many people are making big plans for their outdoor spaces. But before you call the first landscape

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Does my Property Need a Retaining Wall?

Retaining walls can be found on all kinds of residential and commercial properties here in northern Nevada. And when they’re done properly, you likely don’t

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Upgrading the Patio? Here are the Real Pros & Cons of Paver Patios

As we round the corner to the middle of April, we know that warmer days really are ahead – even if our northern Nevada weather

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What to Know About Using Water Features in Northern Nevada Landscaping

Plantings and hardscapes are beautiful elements in an outdoor space, but adding a water feature can offer a huge visual impact and other benefits too.

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When Should I Start my Sprinkler System in Northern Nevada?

Firing up your sprinkler system for the season poses a question – when should you do it? There is no definitive date, since weather conditions

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Light Up Your Home with Outdoor Lighting

Between the wet weather in the valley and the 300 inches of snow in the Sierra, spring still feels a long way off here in

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