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Fall Yard Prep El Dorado Hills #2 – Weed Control

  To continue our discussion of fall yard prep in El Dorado Hills from earlier this month, fall is the time to take care of your yard in preparation for spring. Think of fall yard prep as feed and weed time. Feed your plants and lawn and take control of those perennial weeds. Just like […]

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Fall Yard Prep El Dorado Hills #1 – Your Lawn

Fall is the best time to take care of your lawn and to prepare it for the spring. As winter weather approaches, plants start prepping themselves for the cold ahead. They pull all of the nutrients that they can and store them in their roots. This is to help them to survive shortened daylight hours, […]

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Making the Grade in El Dorado Hills

With meteorologists promising a “Super Nino” this winter, is your yard prepared for when it’s raining buckets of water? Does your yard make the grade? We’re referring to the grade of your landscaping and home. Most builders will ensure that when they’re developing a home, the site is prepped so that the soil elevation moves […]

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Match the Look with the Lighting

You’ve just updated your yard. The landscaping looks excellent and inviting during the day, it’s low maintenance, and is water efficient. Come night fall, your dark yard could be a mound of dirt for all that you can see. Don’t let the night sky take away from the time, money, and effort that you’ve put […]

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Low Maintenance Landscape Solutions

The most difficult aspect of having a beautiful yard is the healthy upkeep of it. Now there is no such thing as no maintenance landscaping. However, there is landscaping that is both cost-effective and low-maintenance. Suncrest Landscape, Inc. uses techniques, tools, and knowledge of the environment to plan and execute attractive, affordable low-maintenance landscaping. Although […]

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El Dorado Hills Summer Yard Maintenance Tips

With summer waning and fall around the corner, your heat-infused yard is probably in need of some maintenance. Maintaining your yard during the summer is about keeping it healthy. Usually, this is in spite of the high temperatures and non-existent rainfall typical of El Dorado Hills. Preserve Your Lawn The first priority is your lawn. […]

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A Great Alternative to Your Yellow Lawn

Once the quintessential hallmark of Suburbia, sprawling front lawns have now become a mark of shame. First and foremost, dying yellow lawns are not attractive. But what can you do when California is in the grip of an extreme drought? Make the satisfying switch to drought-tolerant landscaping. There are many benefits to having a drought-tolerant […]

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Setting Your Yard up for Success – Why Drainage Matters

Your yard’s drainage plays a vital role in the success of any and all landscaping, as well as the protection of your home. Through careful analysis and planning of your site, you can develop a solid plan for your yard’s drainage. To ensure steady, even drainage for your yard, pay attention to the overall shape […]

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What is a French Drain and Why it Matters

Have you ever noticed a permanent damp spot in your yard, or found water in your basement? Chances are you’re having a drainage issue with groundwater. This can happen for many reasons, but regardless you should get rid of it fast before it causes even bigger problems. Surface water that lingers next to buildings or […]

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Being Water Efficient with Your Yard

It’s estimated that the average U.S. household uses 96 gallons of water daily towards watering their lawns and gardens. As much as 50% of that landscape irrigation is wasted due to inefficient watering methods. Classically, there are two ways to do irrigation: With a hose and sprinkler Automatic underground irrigation Modern irrigation systems are your […]

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