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Do-It-Yourself Artificial Grass Projects

Written by Artificial Turf Supply Commercial & Residential Division Updating your home or business doesn’t have to involve a construction crew. There are many simple projects you can do yourself, especially when it comes to using artificial grass. Fake grass projects range from small and easy to large and complicated, but are all relatively simple to do on your own and can make your properly more beautiful. Artificial Turf Supply Commercial & Residential Division offers the following do-it-yourself artificial grass project ideas. A Green Lawn with Artificial Grass If you’ve always wanted a lush, green lawn but are not willing to work for it, artificial grass is the answer. Maintenance-free and durable, synthetic lawns look and perform like natural...

Ward Off Destructive Animals

Written By: Jason Governo Racoons are just one of the annoying animals that you would like to keep away from your farm. Doesn’t it make you so mad when they find their way in your farm and just ruin all the plans and crops that you have planted and took care of religiously? We know you are tired of having to put up with them and we hear you loud and clear! We know that our customers are so tired of coming up with ways to ward them off and your attempts have failed miserably. We have come up with a great solution that is very much helpful for all our customers who wants to help improve their farms by warding off the animals that have been very much damaging to their plants and precious crops. Putting up an Electric fence will help you make sure that your plants...

Plants that require little maintenance

Having a garden requires a lot of work. Constant watering, pruning, and even moving around to ensure maximum or minimum exposure to sunlight can pile up very quickly. A list of tasks to do can take a few minutes per task. But then if you have 20 tasks on your list, those few minutes could quickly spike into an hour or even more. That’s one hour that you can’t get back from your day. If you want to save yourself from this added burden, you’re probably thinking that you should outsource your garden maintenance. That sounds like a great idea, but then you’re adding another variable into the equation – money. If you’re not looking to spend an additional hundreds of dollars to your monthly expenses, you should opt for low maintenance plants instead. Plant...