Autumn in southeastern Pennsylvania is known for its brilliant showcase of natural beauty—and what better way to enjoy the view of turning leaves and the feel of crisp, cool air than by sitting with family and friends around a fire pit?
Fire pits are a popular hardscaping feature that can bring your ability to enjoy your outdoor space to a whole new level. When it comes to installing a fire pit, you have a lot of options. In this post, we’ll go over some of the most popular materials and styles for fire pits to help get you started on your plans. In our next post, we’ll cover our top five tips on fire pit installation.Read more
In our last article, we talked about how to decide if a tree damaged by storms and inclement weather should be removed, or given a chance to revive. It’s a decision many homeowners in southeastern Pennsylvania are having to make in the wake of record levels of rain and more than a few hail storms.Read more
This season’s record breaking rain and hail storms have caused their fair share of headaches for homeowners. While the exterior of the home itself is often the most obvious place to look for damage, the softscaping and hardscaping in outdoor spaces are also at risk from harsh weather. If recent storms have taken a toll on the trees on your property, read on for a guide to how to deal with them.Read more
With summer in full swing, our outdoor spaces are being used more than any other time of year. BBQ’s, picnics, family gatherings, pool parties, and long summer nights on the porch all mean more time spent outdoors than in.
You can add fun and functionality to your outdoor spaces by checking out some of the summer’s hottest trends in outdoor living. Here are a few of the most popular trends among southeast Pennsylvania’s summertime homes:
Summer is known for its soaring temperatures and dry weather that can wreak havoc on a lawn, leaving it brittle and dry with brown patches, especially in areas of heavy traffic. Southeastern Pennsylvania has not had any shortage of rain recently, but while the threat of damage-causing drought is lessened for now, extreme and sustained heat can still take a toll on lawns.Read more