Landscaping Preparation And Ideas

Dated: 08/22/2016

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The first impression our home gives begins with the exterior and landscaping.  Whether you've just bought your first home or you're looking for fresh ideas to brighten up your current landscape, we have found some ideas for you.   I personally like to landscape for each season and with fall right around the corner, now is a great time to get ideas for the fall season.  Just a change in color can bring new life to your landscape or adding a new shape to your edging can give your landscape a whole new look.   The article below gives some nice suggestions on where to begin and how to properly design a beautiful eye-catching landscape.  


Click on the link below:


http://www.hgtv.com/design/outdoor-design/landscaping-and-hardscaping/8-strategies-for-a-smart-landscape-design


http://getconnectedcarolinas.com/

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Tony Swainey

As owner of Tony Swainey & Co, my passion is to sell your home bringing you the largest return on your investment, in the least amount of time possible and make it an experience so exceptional that yo....

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