Learning to live with bad concrete.

Hiding splits could be better value for money as well as a lot more fascinating compared to eliminating them My aged grey driveway had not been exactly what it made use of to be. Time, a significant maple tree, as well as large dirt had actually conspired versus it, leaving damages down its size and … Read more

Put a Great Finish on Your Concrete

Broom finish, flagstone, color, texture, swirling, and more. All finishes to newly poured concrete. And all finishes anyone can do themselves. Any one of those finishes will give your patio or sidewalk something besides the same old look. The questions are, what do you do and how do you do it? However before we get … Read more

A Different Pointe of View

A Different Pointe of View, the flagship restaurant of the Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs, has received numerous awards, including Best Atmosphere Award, Best Service Award, Best Continental Cuisine and Best Restaurant Award in Phoenix MagazineÂ’s reader restaurant survey, Best Wine with a View from the Arizona Republic and, for the past 21 years has been … Read more

Landscaping…How Does Your Garden grow

thanks to The landscaping of the exterior areas around your house should be as personal in taste as your interior decoration. A driveway and garden are usually the first impressions a visitor has of your home. They should always be as trim and well cared for as your house itself. Naturally, landscaping, like most things, … Read more

Choosing the Right Paving Stone

Paving is the art of covering or laying a road or a walkway by using concrete, stones, bricks, tiles etc. Therefore a paving stone would be a stone used for paving. The paving stones have an advantage over concrete as they are stronger which most people don’t realize. Apart from the strength Paving stones add … Read more

Annual Plants for Patio Containers

The best annuals for patio container gardens are obviously, those best suited to the owner of the garden.  When choosing annuals, he or she must first decide “What impression do I want this garden to give?” “What will this space be used for?” A patio garden that is intended as a restful space for reading … Read more

Is Plastic Edging Fit for Your Home?

One of the most important and yet taken for granted part of the home is the garden. While most homeowners place much of their focus on the interior space, it is also a must to show the same and equal amount of attention to what is outside, especially since it is the first thing that … Read more

Landscape architecture awards.

Columbarium Memorial Garden, bluestone bluestone, common name for the blue, crystalline heptahydrate of cupric sulfate called chalcanthite, a minor ore of copper. It also refers to a fine-grained, light to dark colored blue-gray sandstone.  pavement. Japanese holly, rhododendron rhododendron (rō’dədĕn`drən) [Gr.,=rose tree], any plant of the genus Rhododendron, shrubs of the family Ericaceae (heath family) found chiefly in … Read more

Body language during a job interview

Body language during a job interview Letter, interview and body language The rules as regards applying for jobs have been subject to enormous changes lately. In the past, people preferred a hand-written application letter. It is becoming more and more common these days to find a vacancy on the Internet, and to apply for it … Read more

Patio Designs with Fire Pit

Do you return home stressed and tired after slogging hard at work? Do you come home with a headache and droopy tired eyes? Do you enjoy the occasional drizzle from the confines of your window? Do you lean on your kitchen platform and wait for your oven to grill that juicy sirloin while you feel … Read more