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YARD EXPRESSIONS Landscaping Services
Thursday, March 30, 2017 - 00:00 Marie Birkbeck
Besides adding to the curb appeal of your property and the overall beautification of your community, landscaping can significantly increase the resale value of your property by as much as 28%. Additionally, a well-landscaped yard can lower energy costs, increase functionality of your yard and provide positive environmental impact by providing food and shelter for birds, bees, butterflies and squirrels. Plants also aid in reducing air pollution by absorbing carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen.
The last few weeks of warmer weather has seen the snow melt away and we are now witness to the dirt, grime and debris that has gathered on lawns and in our yards over the winter, and our thoughts turn to visions of lush green lawns, colorful flower beds and attractive walk ways.
For many of us, though, if we don’t have the time, the tools and the knowledge it remains only a dream, and we settle for a mediocre result - but that doesn’t have to be. Enter Yard Expressions Landscaping Services.
Yard Expressions is a locally owned and operated landscape design company that specializes in complete outdoor space transformation; yard clean up, garden and flower bed restoration and construction, custom landscape design and creation, fence and deck maintenance - virtually anything garden/landscape/yard related.
In 2015 Augusto Pardo and Karita Hunt, who both have extensive experience in and a passion for gardening and landscaping, recognized a need in the Robson Valley for a yard care business and launched their business. The team are young, professional, hardworking, and continuously learning, educating and certifying themselves so they can better serve the community.
Now in their third season Yard Expressions has many satisfied clients, several of whom are now return customers. Most of their contracts to date have been acquired through word-of-mouth. The company is growing and has been able to extend their services as far east as Jasper, Alberta, north to McBride and everything in between.
Even if you do not want to hire a contractor, Pardo and Hunt recommend that lawns be raked as soon as reasonably possible after the snow melts to remove the snow mould and debris left behind by the snowplows. Another three-step process that is recommended for a healthy lawn is each spring the lawns should be aerated, fertilized and re-seeded.
For a no obligation quote call your yard care experts today.
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