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A new pool is a fantastic addition to any backyard. Besides providing your family and friends with a fun way to cool down in the summer heat, a new pool is an excellent opportunity to launch a backyard design and build project. One of the biggest challenges is creating a backyard design that makes proper … Continue reading How To Design A Backyard Around Your New Pool
Nothing ruins a beautiful lawn more than brown spots and dead patches. And while little spots or patches can seem innocent at first, they can be signs of more significant problems in your yard. If you’ve got dead patches and brown spots, there are a few steps you can take to keep your grass healthy … Continue reading 3 Simple Ways to Fix Dead Patches in Your Lawn
Homeowners everywhere dream of a beautiful green, thick, well-manicured lawn. And all this dreaming’s not for nothing. A beautiful yard is a relatively easy and inexpensive way to increase the value of your home and add that much needed “curb appeal.” A thick and beautiful lawn is also a sign that the soil on your … Continue reading 5 Quick Tips to Thicken Your Lawn
Isn’t it great to look out into your backyard and see the beautifully manicured green grass and delicate gardens you love? Or, wait. All you see is water. Just water? Why is there so much water in your yard? Drainage problems can cause your backyard to flood, ruining grass and gardens, outdoor living spaces, and … Continue reading My Backyard Has a Drainage Issue…Now What?
When it comes to creating the outdoor living space you’ve always dreamed of, there are a few different options for making that dream a reality. Depending on your objectives, you might need a landscaper, a landscape professional, a landscape designer, a landscape architect, or if your goals are particularly ambitious, you’ll need everyone to make … Continue reading Do You Really Need A Landscape Architect?
Design. Build. Maintain. Grow. At Wright Landscape Services, those four words are more than just a tag line; they are the rules that govern how we work. But what do they mean for you? How does Design & Build work together to create the backyard of your dreams? In this blog, we look at the … Continue reading Why You Need Landscape Design & Build To Work Together
Canadian winters can really do a number on your yard. When the snow and ice melt you might be left with backyard drainage issues, damaged gardens and plant beds, or damaged concrete and interlock pavers. While all of these issues can affect the usability of your yard, damage to your stonework can present stability dangers, slip … Continue reading What This Winter Has Done To Your Interlocking Paver Stones
At Wright Landscape Services, we take outdoor living design seriously. With a team of Landscape Architects and Certified Landscape Designers, we bring your backyard dreams to life! Many people use the terms landscape architect and landscape designer interchangeably, thinking they’re more or less the same thing. While there are definitely similarities, there are essential differences … Continue reading What’s The Difference Between a Landscape Designer and Architect
Creating an outdoor living space that you’ll love forever starts with choosing the right design and build partner. There are so many decisions to make, so you must find the right landscape designer. But how do you know which designer is right for you? Knowing where to start is always the hardest part, but choosing … Continue reading How To Find The Right Landscape Designer?