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Salsa Dirt

We love Salsa like we love Taco’s…Sooooo- you need some quality Landscape Product Material. Let’s grow a Garden! It’s here again- our famous Salsa Dirt. It actually smells like Salsa…! Take some time and enjoy the quick Spring time growth from mother nature and start a garden. We have fresh …

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Maintaining a Healthy Mulch Bed

Mulching is one of the most important ways to maintain healthy landscape plants. A mulch is any material applied to the soil surface for protection or improvement of the area covered. Mulching is really nature’s idea. Nature produces large quantities of mulch all the time with fallen leaves, needles, twigs, …

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Hardscape Construction

Hardscape refers to hard landscape materials in the built environment structures that are incorporated into a landscape. This can include paver patio areas, driveways, retaining walls, sleeper walls, stairs, walkways, dry river beds, boulders and any other landscaping made up of hard wearing materials such as wood, stone, concrete etc. …

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Hardscape Patio Construction

Consider Hardscape Patio construction. Earth and Woods is available for consultation to help create your outdoor living space. Creative options would include a paver patio, seating walls, fire pit, landscape boulders and shrub/mulch finishing touches. Styles to choose from include standard brick paver and block stone to…more a rustic natural …

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Service Pro Cellular – Engineered Septic

The new Service Pro Cellular control center allows wireless monitoring of the Singulair Green Engineered Septic System and delivers the most advanced technology, convenience and performance available in the industry. The features of the new Service Pro Cellular result in an exceptional product that provides you with the advantage in …

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Percolation Testing – Engineered Septic SC

Percolation Testing – Engineered Septic SC – Educate yourself and read our post. That meaning a percolation test is a test to determine the absorption rate of soil for a septic drain field or “leach field”. The results of a percolation test are required to properly design a septic system. …

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