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Artificial Turf Articles


3 Tree House Designs for Small Backyards

Posted by Troy Scott on 28 May

Tree houses have been a common request for children for years. What started as a platform and rope ladder, has turned into a “no holds barred” creation that, with a little ingenuity can become a virtual fortress or second home. Depending on how elaborate you want to be, you can build a tree house that is safe, secure and fun for your child and their friends.

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Topics: Residential Artificial Grass

Dog Friendly Beaches in the Bay Area

Posted by Troy Scott on 27 May

Dog owners know that their four legged friends like variety just as much as they do. Taking them on outings to the dog park is fun, but sometimes, they just want a change of scenery. There are many dog friendly beaches in the bay area that are set up so to accommodate man's best friend and his favorite companion.

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Topics: grass for pets

Drought-Resistant Plants for Landscaping

Posted by Troy Scott on 26 May

People who live in areas that are prone to long periods of time with little to no precipitation need to choose drought-resistant plants if they are planning on landscaping areas of their lawn. There are several different species of plants that are thrive in areas where extreme temperatures and lack of moisture are common. Where the plants are located and how they are placed will also play a role in how well they thrive. With a little research, a homeowner can create a virtual oasis using only drought-resistant plants and a few creative decorating ideas.

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How to Plan Your Backyard Landscape Design

Posted by Troy Scott on 21 May

A backyard landscape design is as unique as the person who creates them. Every homeowner has an idea of what they want their property to look like. Whether they choose to do the work themselves or hire it to be professionally done, they can create their own backyard landscape design to fit their individual needs. The area to be worked, the materials used and environmental conditions will all play a role in what the finished area will look like.

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Topics: Residential Artificial Grass

36 Dog Friendly Restaurants in San Jose

Posted by Troy Scott on 20 May

When the weather turns warm, don’t you just love to eat outdoors? More and more eateries are offering al fresco seating, which gives us more choices than ever. But what if you want to take your canine companion with you? The Health Department won’t allow your pooch inside, but happily there are plenty of dog friendly restaurants in San Jose with outdoor seating.

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Topics: grass for pets

How To Choose A Landscape Architect

Posted by Troy Scott on 19 May

Homeowners will often hire a landscape architect to design and create the decorative areas of their lawn. Hiring a professional eliminates many of the common mistakes that are made when people try to do the job themselves. It is well worth the extra money to hire a seasoned professional, especially if you need your home to look its best before a party, family gathering or pre-sale open house.

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Topics: Residential Artificial Grass

It's BBQ Season - Is Your Yard Ready?

Posted by Troy Scott on 14 May

The table is set. You’ve spent hours prepping munchies and side dishes and marinating the pork for your famous BBQ pulled pork tacos. Your place looks better than ever, especially with your new patio furniture. Even the kids and the dog are clean and presentable. You give it all a final once-over.

Uh, oh. Your yard!

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Topics: Residential Artificial Grass

13 Best Veterinarians in San Jose

Posted by Troy Scott on 13 May

Dog, cat, ferret or parakeet, our pets are beloved family members. So choosing the perfect veterinarian is a primary concern for every pet owner. Pets are even more vulnerable than humans when it comes to medical care, because they cannot speak to tell you what’s wrong.

You want a vet you can count on to be knowledgeable and skilled and very caring. One who can and will communicate clearly with you. One who will go the extra mile if your pets are in distress. One who won’t overcharge you.

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Topics: grass for pets

Artificial Turf Is Growing. . . In Popularity for Summer Cookouts

Posted by Troy Scott on 12 May

Artificial Turf Is Growing in Popularity for Summer Cookouts http://www.heavenlygreens.com/blog/artificial-turf-is-growing-in-popularity-for-summer-cookouts @heavenlygreensWhat’s more fun than a summer cookout? Having a great and gorgeous lawn to hang out on while your burgers, brats or steaks are being grilled to perfection. That’s the vision everyone’s mind turns to this time of year, because you know Memorial Day is the official start of BBQ season. Will your lawn be in tip-top shape to receive all those extra guests? It will, if you switch to artificial turf.

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Topics: Recent Artificial Turf Installations

How Artificial Turf Can Withstand Heavy Summer Use

Posted by Troy Scott on 07 May

During the winter, your lawn’s job is to look beautiful, providing a lovely finishing touch to your landscape to make your home attractive and welcoming. But come summer, your lawn morphs into Action HQ. When you have artificial turf, no matter how much action the summer brings, your yard’s appearance will never suffer.

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Topics: Residential Artificial Grass

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