Category: Landscaping

Landscaping
2005 Mar Trees Need a Lot of TLC

Decorating an association's grounds isn't an easy job; decisions needed to be made on dozens of design elements, plant species, arrangement, and so forth. Along with shrubs, bushes, and flowers, trees are central component of any landsca…

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Landscaping
2005 Mar Give Your Grounds a New Look

When people think of "landscaping," most bring to mind images of lush shrubs, trees, and sprinklers watering verdant green lawns. There's more to it than that, however, and in some cases, less-typical landscaping elements can not only se…

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Landscaping
2005 Mar Spring Grounds Cleanup

Spring is a time to start anew–and to observe the importance of lawns in our daily lives and environment. April is even designated as National Lawn Care Month. There is a lot to do to awaken the landscape from its winter slumber and to p…

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Landscaping
2005 Mar Environmentally Friendly Landscaping

It's an inescapable truth: there's no such thing as a prosperous, attractive community with unkempt landscaping. Value and beauty go hand in hand and that premise is true for homeowner associations, too. At the very least, residents want…

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Landscaping
2004 May Does Your Uneven Sidewalk Need Mudjacking?

Years ago, the only remedy for uneven sidewalks or foundations was what pros in the business call "rip-and-repour," which means tearing out the old pavement slab and pouring a new one—and spending a lot of time and money doing it. B…

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Landscaping
2004 May The Basics of Swimming Pool Maintenance

Summer is coming, and with it the scorching hot weather our tri-state area is notorious for. Many buildings and homeowners associations, however, have swimming pools on-site that help take some of the bite out of the hotter months. Swimming…

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Landscaping
2004 May Get Ready For the Good Weather

The tri-state area was hit with another tough winter this year with heavy rain, snow and bitter temperatures. But now that the gloomy days have passed and the sun is shining again, it's time for condos and co-ops to get their recreational a…

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Landscaping
2004 May Greening Your Lawn

Grass grows, yes. But lush and healthy grass doesn't just grow on its own. Whether you live in a townhome community or a high-rise condominium complex, your lawns and grassy common spaces act as a welcome mat to all who arrive at your pr…

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