Re/max Main Street Associates
Re/max Main Street Associates
Sherry Bourque, Re/max Main Street AssociatesPhone: (978) 852-4147
Email: [email protected]

Tag: Landscaping

Posted on 08/20/2022
Building value with home improvement: Return on investment
When homeowners think of home improvement, return on investment is usually on their mind. Enhancing your existing home with remodeling projects is even more rewarding when the time and money spent pay off in home value. However, since most major home improvements can be costly, it’s important to know which projects have the highest return on investment. According...
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Posted on 07/23/2022
Guide to landscaping: Bushes & shrubs
When it comes to landscaping, bushes and shrubs are essential to a great design. Not only do they add dimension and aesthetic interest to an outdoor space, they are useful for creating natural barriers and highlighting other features. If you’re interested in beginning your landscaping journey but not sure where to start with bushes and shrubs, here is...
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Posted on 06/25/2022
Improving your yard drainage
If your yard is full of puddles, soggy soil and waterlogged plants, it’s time to invest in better yard drainage. Depending on the cause and severity of the issue, there are plenty of DIY options you can handle without spending a fortune. Understanding common causes leading to drainage problems and how they affect your yard will go a...
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Posted on 06/04/2022
How to Avoid Landslides on Your Property
While landslides vary in size and severity, avoiding them is an important part of protecting your property. Even if you don't live in a landslide-prone area, there are steps you can take to prevent one from happening in your own backyard. Here are three main ways to prevent landslides: Plant Trees & Shrubs to Strengthen the Ground The...
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Posted on 05/21/2022
Removing & preventing lawn moss
For homeowners with grass lawns, moss can be a problematic weed. Lawn moss appears in shady, damp areas and spreads quickly because it doesn’t need seeds to reproduce. Luckily, there are options for cleaning up a mess of moss. Here is a basic guide to removing existing moss and preventing future moss growth in your lawn: Raking &...
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Posted on 01/29/2022
The Best Low-Maintenance Groundcover Plants for Your Landscaping Project
If you’re searching to replace your lawn or simply fill in an empty space in your garden, there are many groundcover plants you can choose from. Some produce flowers while others have attractive foliage, but regardless of expressions you can benefit from planting something in the space to keep out opportunistic weeds. However, it’s important to consider how...
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