This week we are talking more about the high heat but more so things that you can do to help protect your lawn. Mowing: At the beginning of the year as soon as the lawn starts to grow it is … Continue reading
With the beginning of the season started we often hear: “What landscape maintenance program is best for my house?” We thought it was time to write this information down. Here in Texas, a weekly landscape maintenance program is the most … Continue reading
Lawn watering for Bermuda and St. Augustine are similar because they both are fairly drought resistant grasses. According to Texas Agricultural Extension Services: “To keep your lawn healthy, water it only when the grass needs it. When you do water, … Continue reading
By Eric Schaffer When installing a drainage system it is important to be thorough in your planning or choosing of a contractor. I’ll go through some basic design steps to give you an idea of what a working solution requires. … Continue reading
By Chad Diller at Tomlinson Bomberger Azaleas are a widely-used traditional plant seen in landscaping both on commercial and residential properties. One of the trends in modern landscape design is to steer away from azaleas as many landscape designers and … Continue reading
By Eric Schaffer “When the well’s dry, we know the worth of water.” – Benjamin Franklin The issue of drainage dates back to the first rain. Much like landscaping, irrigation and agriculture, it is a science of manipulating nature in … Continue reading
A good start means you had to start right in the first place. A famous religious leader once said “If we start right, it is easy to go right all the time, but if we start wrong we may go … Continue reading
If you want to learn how to sell to anyone then you’ve got to learn sales and you’re in the right place. Sales are sales are sales period. It doesn’t matter what you are selling or to whom you are selling, … Continue reading
In light of the weather we are seeing, we thought we would post this in case anybody forgets:
How to steer out of a skid:
- Take your foot off the accelerator and the brake.
- Steer GENTLY in the direction you want the car to go.
- As you begin to regain control of the car, GENTLY apply the brakes or the accelerator depending on the type of skid. This will help redistribute the weight of the car to the appropriate wheels, which will help regain some traction.
Please do not apply the brakes or accelerate until your wheels have regained some traction. Keep in mind that recovering from a skid doesn’t matter whether you have front wheel drive or rear wheel drive, the method is the same (many cars are front wheel drive and trucks are rear wheel drive).
2015 has brought many new and exciting things for us and one of them is the opportunity to be nominated Best Landscaping Service in Denton for 2015. We are honored by the nomination and look forward to serving Denton as … Continue reading