Landscaping is like the dressing on a salad. It's okay without it, but really adds a lot to it when done well.  Having a professional landscaper manage your lawn and yard can really make the difference between an okay lawn with decent grass coverage and a really great one with a thick lush yard.   It's not always smart to go with the first landscaper near you that you find, but rather get at least 3 estimates from various professionals that can help you evaluate the process.

Whether it's putting in new edging, adding river rock, or hardscape features, a professional landscaper will be able to provide the right tools and materials to make sure the lawn and yard are well maintained.

The project included new pavers for the area where this homeowner parks his RV. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Larry C. of Tempe, Ariz.)
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Does your home have an outdated look? Check out how this homeowner completely changed the look of his 30-year-old home with pavers and new landscaping.
vines on a wall
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Looking to add a different landscaping element to your home? If you're thinking about adding vines that grow up your home, consider these pros and cons.
Grass
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Check out these tips to water, fertilize and maintain your grass.
Chicago parkway designs like this hedge require the approval of the city. (Photo courtesy of Cityscape Landscape)
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Before digging into parkway planting, a Chicago landscaper explains the city's process and street planting tips.
Perazzo says the turf paint can be used not only for covering up parched lawns, but also as a touchup for problem areas. (Photo courtesy of Joe Perazzo)
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Ever thought of painting your lawn?
 
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