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Winterizing Water Features – Don’t Wait for a Freeze

Winter is inevitable in Madison and now’s the time to be winterizing water features to avoid last-minute stress. A routine pond maintenance plan for late season prepping for ponds, pond-less waterfalls, fountains or other water features is easy to create. With a little care and forethought in the fall you can protect your installation and extend its life.

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Hardscape Maintenance – Paver Care Keeps Outdoor Living Space Vital

Even something as rugged as brick pavers doesn’t stay looking like new without attention to a few basic hardscape maintenance requirements. In Madison WI and the surrounding area, where everyone’s outdoor living space is subject to the whim of the weather, basic paver care keeps patios, walkways, driveways and structures looking like new for decades.

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Setting Landscape Design Goals – Form Follows Function

When beginning the process of landscape design, people often don’t look at the big picture before beginning a landscaping project. The result is often having an uncontrollable project in terms of the daily work and the budget.

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Proper Spring Pond Cleaning

As your pond begins to slowly awaken from its long winter slumber, you will first notice that your fish will begin to move around on a warm day. Do not feed your fish until the water temperature is above 55 degrees. Buy a pond thermometer as you will use it in the spring and fall. When you have warm sunny weather, the fish may swim around and then on a cold day go back to the bottom. Still do not feed them.

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