This winter as been a rainy and warm one! Many contractors have been able to continue working on outdoor projects. A great service to consider offering for this weather is drainage installation. Read more
This winter has been an odd one, with more rain than snow soaking the grounds. Although this may be bad for those who plow snow, it does however offer other opportunities. Drainage is much need now and come spring. The NDS EZ Flow Way makes those muddy jobs a little easier. Read more
For each job you take on you have to consider the environment of the property. Considering the flood conditions and possibility of erosion will determine what plants you use and the landscaping design.
What is a Rain Garden? A shallow, constructed depression commonly planted with deep-rooted native plants & grasses. They are located within a landscape to receive runoff from hard surfaces, such as a roof, a sidewalk, or a driveway. Read more
Harvesting water is great, but to be effective you must store it. Storage can be a subterranean cavity or tank, an above ground tank, or in a pond. When using an above ground tank there are some things to consider. Read more
Rain Water Harvesting is promoted for a few reasons. One of which is to collect and store rainfall to supply irrigation water. Nothing really new, humans have created storage for irrigation water ever since organized agriculture began. Read more
Most in the Green Industry have heard the term “Storm Water Retention ” many times and seen all the activity by governmental bodies to implement it. Some are asking why it’s important, what’s the deal? Read more
What is a Rain Garden? A shallow, constructed depression commonly planted with deep-rooted native plants & grasses. Located within a landscape to receive runoff from hard surfaces, such as a roof, a sidewalk, or a driveway. Read more
One of the most important aspects for sports field construction is designing the field for maximum drainage to remove excess moisture from rainfall prior to and/or during an event. Unfortunately, too many sports fields are constructed without any type of installed internal drainage system. They do not have an adequate crown to remove excess moisture from the field rapidly. Read more
Harvesting rainwater sometimes makes sense for a variety of economic and environmental reasons. Rainwater is an economical alternative to public water, especially for exterior water uses such as landscape irrigation that require minimal filtration. Although, initial equipment installation can be significant.