If you’re ready to have interlocking pavers installed in your driveway or on the pathways around your Toronto home, you’re ready to elevate the profile of your entire property. In addition, you can expect your home’s market value to rise and your home’s curb appeal to go through the roof. But before you spend any time enjoying the finished product you’ll need to make sure you hire the right interlocking contractor for the job; one with a reputation for quality work that will stand the test of time.
Have you been thinking about a new driveway and you’re left uninspired by the traditional asphalt? Interlock has become an increasingly popular choice for homeowners because it gives you options other materials don’t and it’s a great way to enhance the outside appearance of your property.
When you want to create a beautiful new driveway to add curb appeal to your home, choosing the right material to build is essential to the final outcome. With a variety of options to choose from – concrete, asphalt, brick – it isn’t always an easy decision. When you’re looking at a new driveway, choosing to go with interlock is always a great choice.
A lot of folks think of Toronto landscaping contractors as those guys you call when you need to plant a tree or reshape the backyard to accommodate a pool. When it comes to regular maintenance however a lot of homeowners will pull the lawnmower or trimmer out of the garage and have at it themselves. While there’s nothing wrong with mowing your own lawn there are distinct advantages to delegating that job to a landscaping contractor. In this post we’ll touch on a few of those advantages.
Balance is one of the key design principles in landscape architecture, and without it, design lacks a primary component. A strong sense of balance between hardscape and plant life can truly bring a design together and transform a formerly plain and uninteresting landscape into a beautiful oasis. Designing with vegetation is always a primary focus, but how does hardscape play a factor in balancing design?
Weeds love a challenge. Sure, they may grow in your yard or planting beds where there are wide expanses of soil, but they also pick tiny, narrow spaces where nothing else seems to grow. Between pavers in patios and walkways seems to be one of their favorite places. An eighth of an inch of sand or dirt is all it takes to make a weed happy.
Fortunately, there are things you can do to remove weeds from your patio and keep them from coming back.