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Tiny bottles filled with flowers and strung up on the branches of a large tree create a romantic landscape for any outdoor wedding. Here's how you can grasp that special moment.
A landscaper's work is never done! There are always flowers to be planted and landscapes that need maintaining. To beat the monotony find out how local landscape company Chapel Valley gave this Northern Virginia community a sensational variety of flowers and plantings.
Your property represents everything from your home home sweet home to your hard-earned cash. Why risk such a valuable and precious thing by not safeguarding your home from menacing tree branches and outgrowths? Here's how you can make sure trees and other vegetation around your home don't become a burden.
Tree stump removal can be arduous process that requires ample amounts of muscle and know-how to get the job done properly. Before you run out to buy an axe, chainsaw or other potentially limb-severing device, please take into considerations these five tips:
The picture above is a snapshot of the Loudoun Tech Center in Sterling, VA. Local landscaping company, Chapel Valley, poured a lot of experience and sweat into making this community of low-rise office buildings into a site to behold!
Local engineer and landscaper, Ken Fraine of Drainage & Erosion Solutions, is featured in the Washington Business Journal. Find out what he has to say about making a name for himself while assisting various clients across the Washington DC Metropolitan Area.
Believe it or not, summer is already half over. Have you been able to get outdoors, or is your yard a mud pit with all the rain we’ve been having? If you would love to be out there, relaxing, but can’t because the mud is two inches deep, perhaps it’s time to get some assistance with your yard landscape design.
You’ve been putting it off for quite a while, but you can’t put it off any longer. It’s time to replace that old walkway.
Many people feel they are limited when it comes to landscaping small areas. The truth is that small landscape designs can be just as versatile and attractive as gardens planned on bigger plots of land.