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French Tips: 12 Things to Know About Installing a French Drain

Installing a French drain can divert standing water and improve your yard's drainage. If you’re installing a French drain yourself, keep these tips in mind.

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Don't Mail It In: Here's How to Install a Mailbox

Installing a mailbox is relatively easy. The main concern is following the regulations, so you don't face the wrath of your mail carrier. Use this as a guide.

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How Much Does It Cost to Replace or Install a Deck?

An outside deck can be a great place for family, friends and neighbors to gather and have a barbecue on the grill. Here is what you need to consider when determining how much it will cost to build a deck.

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How Much Does It Cost to Put Up a Fence?

Fence installation costs vary depending on the materials and installation methods you choose. In general, you can expect to spend between $1,000 and $4,000.

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What Are the 7 Principles of Xeriscaping?

In desert and drought-prone regions, xeriscaping can help you create a beautiful, eco-friendly garden in a dry environment without using a lot of water. Here's what you should know about the landscaping method.

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7 Tips for Cutting Down a Tree

Cutting down a tree may seem like a simple enough task, but it's essential to know how to do it safely. Here are our top tips for cutting down a tree.

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What's Wrong With Tree Topping?

If you’re a homeowner considering tree topping, you might want to think twice before you reach out to an arborist for an appointment. Topping trees sets the stage for decay, disease, tree failure and tree death.

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Does Your Tree Need to Be Pruned or Trimmed?

The fast answer to the query of whether your tree needs to be pruned or trimmed is a resounding “both.” A look at pruning and trimming in greater detail can help you understand which actions are needed and when.

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