1. 5 Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Spokane Landscaping Services

    Whether you have just purchased a newly built home or you are giving your current house an exterior makeover, there will come a time when you need the assistance of professional landscapers to turn your vision into reality. Landscaping is usually one of the most expensive home improvement projects you’ll undertake and it is important to consider several factors before you get started. How can yo…Read More

  2. 3 Ways to Use Residential Landscaping Rocks

    Residential landscaping rocks add natural beauty to a yard in a way that no other landscaping material can. While many homeowners like the idea of having these incredible attractions on their property, it can be challenging to know how to best incorporate them. The experts at Impeccable Landscapes are here to provide you with a few ideas on how you can enhance the beauty of your home by using rock…Read More

  3. Readying Your Lawn For Winter in the Pacific Northwest

    It seems to happen every year. At one moment, summer has just arrived and everyone is excited for a number of different adventures now that warm weather has returned. However, before we know it, it seems that this season is fading and cooler temperatures are arriving once again. This means it’s time to pack up your favorite yard games and cover your grill and instead, prepare your lawn for the c…Read More

  4. 10 Things You Should Know Before Hiring A Landscaping Company

    We have covered several times before how you can know if you are hiring the right company to perform your lawn maintenance on a regular basis. However, we realized that it has been quite some time since we discussed how to best choose a landscaping company. While some of the traits you want in your lawn care team will align with the same characteristics you would want in a landscaping company, the…Read More

  5. Avoid Making These Landscaping Mistakes In Your Spokane Yard

    When you decide it’s time for you to embark on a landscaping project for your Spokane home, you likely are very excited at the beginning of the process. It is important to know that with a little bit of planning and a lot of execution, you can change the entire look and feel of your property. On the other hand, you may find that this project is a little more extensive than you originally thought…Read More

  6. Protect Your Landscaping From Heat With These Tips

    One of the main concerns we hear from homeowners all the time is that they struggle with how to properly maintain the landscaping on their property during the summer months. While the temperatures in Spokane do not tend to become extreme during the summer, there are hot days and often heavy rainstorms that we have to combat. If you are not experienced with landscaping and/or lawn care, you may be …Read More

  7. Get More Curb Appeal and Boost Your Resale Value With Proper Lawn Care

    Whether you are planning on selling your home this year or five years from now, knowing how to make it one of the most attractive houses in the neighborhood will help you to increase your resale value eventually. It is generally thought that homeowners should always aim to invest about 10 percent of a home’s value into the landscaping. This is most often because of something known as curb appeal…Read More

  8. A Good Lawn Takes More Than Mowing

    Picture this: It’s the middle of summer, and you’ve just sent out an invitation to your neighborhood inviting everyone to a barbecue in your backyard. People start showing up; maybe someone brought a bowl of potato salad to share. You’re about to head out back to warm up the grill when your eyes fall on your neglected lawn and you realize how much you’ve let it go. Sure, maybe you mowed it…Read More

  9. Here’s Why You Might Want To Think Twice Before Fertilizing Your Lawn Yourself

    Nitrogen? Phosphorus? Potassium? Don’t worry, you haven’t been teleported back to high school chemistry class. We won’t give you a pop quiz, but you should know that these elements are the primary nutrients needed for a healthy lawn, and also the active ingredients found in most lawn fertilizers. Each nutrient plays a different role in lawn health. Nitrogen encourages aboveground plant growt…Read More

  10. Understanding Landscaping Zones In The U.S.

    Whenever you buy a flat of flowers of vegetables at your local Spokane nursery, it’s likely that you’ve seen a small notation on the plant tag that read “Zone” followed by a number. Perhaps you merely shrugged and placed the plant in a container or your front yard anyway. If you’ve scratched your head and wondered what this information was trying to communicate, our landscaping experts h…Read More