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Winter Indoor Plant Care

Winter Indoor Plant Care

Bringing a plant or two indoors may help improve your life, whether it is by increasing the oxygen in the air, purifying the air, adding humidity over the dry winter, or by bringing up your mood just bringing some beauty inside. Even if you only bring them in over the winter there are many benefits to indoor plants. You may be reluctant to have indoor plants because you aren’t sure how to care for them properly.  Let us help you!

Winter Yard Clean Up

Winter Yard Clean Up

We may not see snow but once a year, our children and animals love to play in it but most in Hampton Roads despise it. 

Living in here means that late winter might bring ice and snow. To protect ourselves from falling we use a variety of methods to prevent ice and snow from sticking to our sidewalks and driveway. Rock salt, ice melt, and any other de-icing supplements you use help protect you and your family can cause damage to your plants and yard. We are not suggesting that you shouldn’t use them but we want to help protect your green spaces too. As winter will soon come to a close there are some things we should be doing to help get ready for warm weather. Start by removing any remnants from the edges of your yard and picking up any liter or debris that may have landed in your yard.

Our Drainage Stories

Our Drainage Stories

Living in Hampton Roads you or someone you know is bound to have drainage issues. Let’s face it we’re only a few feet, if that, above sea level and there is not a whole lot of places for our storm water to go. We want to take some time to tell you about some interesting drainage problems we have run into in the past and how we have fixed them.  Living in Hampton Roads you or someone you know is bound to have drainage issues. Let’s face it we’re only a few feet, if that, above sea level and there is not a whole lot of places for our storm water to go. We want to take some time to tell you about some interesting drainage problems we have run into in the past and how we have fixed them.