7 Budget-Friendly Summer Updates for Curb Appeal

It always feels good to update your home’s curb appeal, whether you’re doing it for yourself or because you’re getting ready to sell. With a little creativity, you don’t even have to pay for expensive landscaping. In fact, you can update the exterior of your home and your front yard on a budget. Here are seven simple ideas.

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5 Benefits of Using an App for Work Orders and Repairs

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Effective maintenance management is a critical aspect of successful property management. Timely repairs, efficient work order management, and streamlined communication with maintenance staff and vendors are essential for ensuring tenant satisfaction and preserving the value of your properties. 

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The Importance of Trees in Your Yard: Nature’s Green Gift

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Trees are more than just beautiful additions to your yard; they are essential components of its ecosystem. Their significance goes far beyond their aesthetic appeal. 

Read on as we explore the many benefits and important roles that trees play in our lives, inspiring you to appreciate and nurture these green giants right in your own backyard.

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Trimming Shrubs and Hedges: A Guide to Timing and Techniques

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Regular trimming makes sure that trees grow in the spring and that they don’t concentrate all of their energy on a lot of smaller branches. Proper pruning helps shape plants, control growth, and encourage dense foliage. 

In this blog, we’ll discuss the best times for trimming shrubs and hedges, and share pruning techniques that will have your shrubs and trees looking like they were professionally trimmed.

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The No Lawn Movement: Is it Right for You?

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Your lawn is an inescapable part of your home’s “curb appeal”. Like it or not, its appearance will shape the opinion of prospective home buyers, your neighbors, and, not to forget, your HOA or other interested parties.

Recently, a Reddit user shared what they are doing with their own lawn, posting the following, along with an image of their yard.

Can’t wait for spring!! Going to expand quite a bit this year, including making the pollinator garden 50% larger if I have enough energy. The goal is to reduce the lawn by another 800 sq ft or so this year.” 

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