Is your backyard just not special enough to host a nice Fourth of July gathering? Not to worry, you can remedy that situation and just in time for a great get together. It's time to step outside, breath the fresh air and enjoy the most out of your outdoor space.
Obtaining that perfect wow factor in your Omaha outdoor living space may feel like an overwhelming task, but you can achieve the design you’re looking for without spending a lot of money. The options for creating a stunning focal point are endless, but hardscaping is one of the most affordable, effective methods.
Are you thinking of installing a retaining wall for your home or business? Adding a retaining wall will not only add functionality, but beauty and property value. Retaining walls create a beautiful Omaha landscape!
Never underestimate the power of curb appeal. A lot of Omaha homeowners put all of their energy into the backyard, but the front of the house is where first impressions are made. There are several improvements you can do that make a huge difference.
You may have noticed your grass isn’t growing as fast as it was a few months ago. In Omaha and most parts of the country, grass goes dormant in the winter. It’s too cold for any grass to grow so we wait patiently for spring – sometimes under snow cover, sometimes not.
From the changing colored leaves to the cooler temperatures, fall is the perfect season to take advantage of all that the season offers with entertaining and enjoying your home. Now that the fall season is upon us, don’t think that all your work is done!
Side yards are more than just a link from the front yard to the back. For a smaller lot, this narrow strip is important outdoor space that must be included in the overall design. Larger lot side yards are a great opportunity to add to the landscape. Side yards often present a landscaping challenge to Omaha homeowners. Are you struggling with this challenge? Do you need some landscaping ideas to tackle it?
Tired of looking at your neighbors? As larger homes occupy even smaller lots and the demand for outdoor living areas grows, privacy is more important than ever. It’s not just about prying eyes invading your space; you may want to shield your own view of your sunbathing neighbors.