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What This Winter Has Done To Your Interlocking Paver Stones

By Wright Landscape / February 5, 2020 / 0 Comments

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

How to Help Your Landscape Survive the Canadian Winter

By Wright Landscape / January 17, 2019 / 0 Comments

Canadian winters require a lot from your landscaping, especially at the end. As snow and ice melt, you need landscape drainage solutions to help your plants handle the cold water. Plus, severe cold can damage sensitive foliage and roots. Thankfully, you can help your landscaping survive the winter and bounce back in the spring. Here’s … Continue reading How to Help Your Landscape Survive the Canadian Winter

How the Winter Salt Shortage Affects You

By Wright Landscape / November 1, 2018 / 0 Comments

Snow and ice removal services are important and necessary, but in the world of landscaping, it’s becoming more and more difficult with the growing shortage of de-icing salt. Salt is one of the most important materials necessary for snow and ice management. As such, it’s in high demand. It’s also not as readily available as … Continue reading How the Winter Salt Shortage Affects You

How Wright Landscape Services Responsibly Uses Ice Melt on Your Property

By Wright Landscape / October 11, 2018 / 0 Comments

Although it’s October, winter will be here before you know it. According to the Old Farmer’s Almanac: • The coldest periods (will be) in mid-November, early and late December, early January, and early and mid-February. Precipitation and snowfall will be above normal with the snowiest periods in late November, mid- and late December, and early … Continue reading How Wright Landscape Services Responsibly Uses Ice Melt on Your Property

How to Get Your Landscaping Ready for Winter

By Wright Landscape / October 4, 2017 / 0 Comments

You might not want to hear this, but the first day of winter (Thursday, December 21) is approaching fast. Before long, your topsoil will be buried in snow, your patio or outdoor living space will be covered in ice and you’ll be clearing your driveways and walkways on a daily basis. In other words: Now’s the … Continue reading How to Get Your Landscaping Ready for Winter

Why you should book us to haul away your snow pile

By Wright Landscape / March 13, 2015 / 0 Comments

Why you should book us to haul away your snow pile Winters in Ontario can range from mildly annoying to brutally punishing. One thing is for sure – when the ground was bare in January, few of us expected to be knee deep in snow by February. And now that it’s starting to melt and … Continue reading Why you should book us to haul away your snow pile

Why (and what) you should feed the birds and squirrels through the winter

By Wright Landscape / February 23, 2015 / 0 Comments

Isn’t it nice watching beautiful birds gather and forage on your yard? You will attract more birds and keep them through the season if you help them out. Whether bird watching is a year round hobby or just something to pass the long days trapped indoors by the cold, these tips will help you bring … Continue reading Why (and what) you should feed the birds and squirrels through the winter

The 5 B’s of winter gardening

By Wright Landscape / January 21, 2015 / 0 Comments

Even when the yard is buried in snow, you don’t have to stop enjoying your garden. You can create a lovely winter garden that provides enjoyment all year round as long as you understand the five B’s of winter gardening. The 5 b’s of winter gardening Birds: Although many birds fly south for the winter just as … Continue reading The 5 B’s of winter gardening

The Best Ways to Get Snow and Ice Out of Your Way

By Wright Landscape / November 27, 2014 / 0 Comments

One of the greatest dangers you face in cold weather is walking from your front door to your car. Winter in Ontario means snow and ice, which means slipping, sliding and falling is a real possibility. You will want to use the best deicer you can to keep your walks and drives as free from … Continue reading The Best Ways to Get Snow and Ice Out of Your Way

Why You Should Avoid Part Time Snow Removal Companies

By Wright Landscape / December 20, 2013 / Comments Off on Why You Should Avoid Part Time Snow Removal Companies

Selecting a snow removal company is an important decision, and ideally one that’s made before the cool weather sets in. But realistically, most homeowners and business owners find themselves scrambling at the last minute to hire someone once the news of the season’s first snowstorm is broadcast on TV or on the Internet. (After all, … Continue reading Why You Should Avoid Part Time Snow Removal Companies

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