Read helpful tips and articles from Rose Landscape Services on projects involving softscaping and hardscaping in Grand Rapids, MI area and the surrounding communities.
Your lawn is one of your home's major focal points. It's the first thing that your visitors see when they arrive at your property. As a proud homeowner, you likely want your property's exterior to look its best.
Our team offers professional sod installation services for homes in Cascade, Ada, Grand Rapids, and the surrounding communities.
If your yard has suffered neglect or poor service, it may be time to get new sod. Here are three specific reasons that you may need to get new sod for your yard in Grand Rapids.
Your current sod may have been poorly installed by another company. Or, maybe your current type of sod is difficult to maintain or doesn't grow well in Michigan's climate. Here at Rose Landscape Services, we can install sod that will thrive in the Grand Rapids area. To offer you a simple lawn maintenance process, we typically install Kentucky bluegrass for your residential yard.
To ensure the installation process goes successfully, we kill off and remove your existing lawn. From there, we can lay down new rolls of sod. When we're finished servicing your lawn, you will be left with a lush lawn that will grow for years and add value to your property.
A bare lawn is unattractive and can decrease your property value. Lawns can acquire bare spots due to reasons like:
Here at Rose Landscape Services, we can install everything you need to revamp your outdoor living space, including kitchens, patios, walkways, softscape, and lighting. We serve both residential and commercial properties in Cascade, Ada, Grand Rapids, and the nearby communities.
As winter is in full swing, your outdoor living space may be the last thing on your mind. However, as you are bundling up by the fire, you should also be planning your new outdoor living space.
If planning your outdoor living space in the wintertime doesn't seem beneficial, here are three reasons why it's actually the best time to start doing so.
Even if you just want to focus on a small section of your outdoor living space, you should still allow for ample time to plan your design. This way, our team can help you work out all of the details.
You also need time to reflect on what did and didn't work well in the prior year. Was your outdoor space too small to properly host your gatherings? Could you benefit from an outdoor kitchen? Did certain plants grow poorly? Take some time in the winter to think about these questions and consider other factors that may affect your new outdoor living space design and installation.
Because of Michigan's harsh winters, your landscape will likely be barer from December to around mid-March. While this may sound like a bad...
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