How to Choose the Right Retaining Wall for Your Project

July 29, 2015
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One positive thing to look forward to when deciding to build a retaining wall is that you have options. Although this is certainly not a task for rookie DIY homebuilders, you should, of course, have a say in the style and material used in your retaining wall design. In addition to the aesthetic value created … Continue reading How to Choose the Right Retaining Wall for Your Project

Monthly Garden Maintenance Tips and Tricks

July 3, 2015
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If you’re a DIY homeowner, you know that maintaining your garden is a year-round commitment. From mowing the lawn to installing turf to watering the garden—keeping up with the monthly duties can certainly be a chore! By following these garden maintenance tips, you’ll have results that show year-round discipline is worth the trouble. Since the … Continue reading Monthly Garden Maintenance Tips and Tricks

Housing Boom in Canada Leading to Increase Landscape Market

June 30, 2015
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Unless you live completely off the grid, you know that Canada has been experiencing a real estate boom over the past decade. Though most of this growth has been reserved for cities like Toronto and Vancouver, the overall impact has been pronounced and continues to forge its imprint onto the Canadian economy. As a result … Continue reading Housing Boom in Canada Leading to Increase Landscape Market

Importance of Aggregate in Concrete

June 24, 2015
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Concrete is used in so many building or home renovation projects. And at first glance, concrete looks like fairly simple material. But any DIY specialist, professional contractor, or aggregate supplier in Toronto knows that good concrete requires good aggregates, and aggregates actually make up the large majority of concrete mixtures. What Are Aggregates Aggregates are … Continue reading Importance of Aggregate in Concrete

Interlocking Options for your Front and Backyard

June 10, 2015
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You may have a sense of the number of options that are available to improve the look of your front lawn and backyard other than asphalt or wood. And for those of you who don’t know, here are details about materials, style, and the benefits of ditching that asphalt for a far more eye-catching interlocking … Continue reading Interlocking Options for your Front and Backyard

Top 7 Backyard Landscaping Ideas

June 3, 2015
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Designing your backyard on your own opens up the potential for you to bring your most creative ideas to life and allows you to experiment with the latest trends in backyard landscaping. While your budget may seemingly limit your possibilities, don’t get discouraged by limited funds; you’ll likely be surprised how far you can stretch … Continue reading Top 7 Backyard Landscaping Ideas

Simple Steps to Installing Plastic Landscape Edging

May 26, 2015
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Summer is around the corner, which means your garden is likely well intact. But there are always ways to improve even the most well-designed gardens by adding some landscape edging. Sprucing up the garden by adding in a couple of details can make a big impact on the whole. This job in particular can be … Continue reading Simple Steps to Installing Plastic Landscape Edging

Benefits of Installing Interlocking Stone Driveway

May 14, 2015
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For homeowners in Brampton and the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) who are looking to expand on their home landscaping projects this summer, what better place to start than at the very front of your house? A driveway is a great place to begin because it leaves an immediate impression on visitors before they even step … Continue reading Benefits of Installing Interlocking Stone Driveway

Your Summer Garden Maintenance List

May 8, 2015
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You can literally smell spring in the air and with just over a month left until summer, the excitement of fresh flowers and green grass is tickling the noses of every homeowner in the GTA. Any stretch of warm weather is welcome in Ontario; backyard BBQs get everyone’s juices going and those who appreciate home … Continue reading Your Summer Garden Maintenance List

Simple Techniques to Build a Dry Stone Retaining Wall

May 5, 2015
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It’s getting close to the point where you don’t need to check the weather before stepping outside to see how many layers you’ll need. And for all the GTA do-it-yourself (DIY) homeowners out there, this is the time of year you’ve been waiting for to start your gardening and other outdoor home improvement projects. While … Continue reading Simple Techniques to Build a Dry Stone Retaining Wall

How to Instantly Enhance Your Landscape and Garden Using Stones

April 28, 2015
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Adding stones to your yard can notably enhance the way it looks. Unfortunately, this is one element that homeowners tend to overlook. If used properly, interlocking stone tiles can add depth and beauty to your garden or yard. Plus, from a practical standpoint, landscaping stones can also contribute to the value of your property. Framing … Continue reading How to Instantly Enhance Your Landscape and Garden Using Stones

How to Choose the Right Mulch for Your Garden

April 14, 2015
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Gardening season is fast approaching and many homeowners, from beginners to veteran green thumbs, may be considering the best type of mulch. There are a number of factors you’ll need to look at when choosing, such as how it will affect your soil’s pH level. Generally speaking, a two-inch layer of mulch applied once the … Continue reading How to Choose the Right Mulch for Your Garden

Front Yard Landscaping Ideas on a Budget

April 7, 2015
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For Brampton residents, having a great-looking yard doesn’t mean needing to break your bank account. With a little planning, some knowledge on how to garden on a budget, creativity, and a willingness to break with tradition, it’s possible to transform your yard into something out of a gardening magazine or TV show. Have a Plan … Continue reading Front Yard Landscaping Ideas on a Budget

Advantages of Exposed Aggregate

March 30, 2015
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Exposed aggregate is a popular choice for sidewalks, driveways, patios, and more. Exposure occurs by placing material and then removing the top layer, revealing the aggregate underneath. But what many homeowners may not realize is that it has many advantages beyond being extremely durable and skid-resistant. Decorative Effects With aggregate, you can achieve spectacular decorative … Continue reading Advantages of Exposed Aggregate

How to Prepare Your Garden for Spring

March 23, 2015
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The temperatures are starting to get warmer and it looks like the long winter that the Greater Toronto Area experienced is finally starting to come to an end. This means that many gardeners are starting to prepare to get their gardens ready for spring. This can include scheduling topsoil delivery, as many Toronto homeowners experienced … Continue reading How to Prepare Your Garden for Spring

Steps to Build Your Own Garden Patio with Natural Stone

March 18, 2015
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Not only is a natural stone patio a great addition to any yard, but the materials are durable and come in a variety of types. However, installing natural patio stones can be a difficult project, so unless you have previous experience installing them, it is best to call on a friend or family member who … Continue reading Steps to Build Your Own Garden Patio with Natural Stone

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