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Athens, GA 30605
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Posted on Apr 16, 2015 by Elizabeth Campbell |
Are you looking to sell or rent your home soon? No matter where you live, the secret to increasing your housing price is found in your landscaping. An article by House Logic states that good landscaping can add up to 28% to the overall value of a location, and another article by AOL Real Estate ...
Posted on Apr 14, 2015 by Elizabeth Campbell |
Reynolds Landscape Contractors is a business that has been renovating and creating beautiful landscapes and relationships for almost 2 decades in and around Athens, Georgia. If you click on this link it will take you to our services page: http://reynoldslandscapecontractors.com/landscape-services...
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Posted on Mar 25, 2015 by Elizabeth Campbell |
Increasing Your Heart Rate Through doing yard, you can increase the rate of your cardiovascular system. In simple terms, this helps increase your blood circulation and heart rate. If you find yourself breathing heavy doing small tasks, this is because you may be neglecting to work out your heart....
Posted on Mar 20, 2015 by Elizabeth Campbell |
Welcome to Athens, GA homeowners! To help you prepare for spring time here a few facts you should understand about having the best lawn on the block. Know Your Grass Many people may not know this, but different types of grass work in different temperatures. In Athens, GA our climate tends to be p...
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Posted on Sep 11, 2014 by Alden Rogers |
Pine bark beetles are insects that normally attack stressed and dying pine trees, and usually do not infest trees that are otherwise healthy and vigorous. They are attracted to the odor produced by wind-thrown trees and trees damaged or killed by nature or man. Living pine trees are infested when...