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Solutions for Roof Runoff Drainage

Roof Runoff Drainage

Rene West of Executive Landscaping discusses solutions to fix roof drainage issues in a commercial building. Learn more about how to resolve drainage issues in your yard or commercial property by visiting these blog posts: 6 Way to Solve Landscaping Drainage Problems Importance of Yard Drainage Best Practices for Dealing with Stormwater Subscribe to Executive Landscaping’s…

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Top Tips About Regrading Your Lawn

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If you’ve ever had a clogged toilet or sink, you know the importance of proper drainage, and the same holds true for your lawn. Having standing water causes multiple issues: it attracts mosquitoes and other bugs, kills grass and plants and it has the potential of weakening the foundation of your home. And whether you…

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Understanding French Drainage

Watch as Rene West discusses issues with water pooling in a yard and how he and his team use french drainage to fix this common problem. Learn more about resolving drainage issues here: 6 Ways to Solve Landscaping Drainage Problems Subscribe to Executive Landscaping’s YouTube channel for more videos on caring for your plants and creating your…

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How to Budget for a Landscaping Project

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When doing a project of any kind, it’s not as simple as deciding what you want to do and then hiring someone to do it. You must consider many variables including ideas, time and cost.   Like it or not, landscaping expenses can add up quickly, so you need to know how to budget before you…

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Taking the Holistic Approach to Landscape Management

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More than ever before, society is focused on living consciously, not only regarding ourselves but also the environment. We try every possible method of “green” living, reducing our carbon footprint and preserving our resources so that nature isn’t negatively impacted. Today we live “cleaner,” conscious of what we are putting into our bodies and where…

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How to Properly Prune Crepe Myrtles

Watch as Rene West describes how to properly prune Crepe Myrtles to get the most out of your blooms. Learn more about caring for Crepe Myrtles here: Pruning Crepe Myrtles Without Committing Crepe Murder Subscribe to Executive Landscaping’s YouTube channel for more videos on caring for your plants and creating your landscaping masterpiece.

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Three Simple Commercial Property Maintenance Steps

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Commercial property maintenance is important to any business, as your landscape and the state of your property as a whole is something that people notice before anything else. It’s your first opportunity to make a great impression; but if you don’t seize the chance by beautifying your landscape, you might never get the type of exposure you’re…

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Create Beauty with Flowers that Bloom in Winter

winter flowers

Bloom on with Flowers that Bloom in Winter  Commercial properties should always stand out from their surroundings, and creating visual interest is an important aspect of that. The more colorful and unique the landscape, the more they attract people’s attention – and in business, that’s a great thing. Unfortunately, having a great landscape design means…

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Brighten Up Your Business with Commercial Outdoor Lighting

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Visual appeal is an important aspect of your business.  It presents not only your brand, but the look and feel you want your business to portray. Much like residential landscaping, commercial landscaping is extremely important in creating curb appeal as well as in attracting your customers and clientele; but when the sun goes down, all that…

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Walking in Winter Wonderland Yard Decorations

winter wonderland

Here along the Gulf Coast, when winter rolls around, we don’t have the same visual cues other areas of the country do. We don’t get snowy sidewalks or glistening trees dressed in icicles. We do, however, experience serious drops in temperature that make us scratch our heads and wonder if we’re still in Florida, chills…

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