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Unwanted pests are the last thing you want to see at your home, and you certainly don’t want your family and friends to see them. After all, impressions make a difference, and you don’t want to give the wrong impression. Unfortunate sightings of any type of pest or rodent could mean the difference between a good time and embarassment. Sure, there are plenty of do-it-yourself pest control theories. But do…

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Commercial landscaping is more than just placing a few trees and flower beds on your property to make it look inviting to customers. Landscaping in the commercial sector also means taking responsibility for the environment you and your customers work in. Irrigation and drainage are two separate but complimentary aspects of commercial landscaping that can provide environmental benefits. Discover the differences and how the two can work together to create a positive environmental impact…

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Keeping up with landscaping and weed control on commercial properties is a full-time job. Not only does an expert need to keep plants and trees in perfectly trimmed condition, but the underlying irrigation and drainage systems need to be kept in top shape to ensure that the entire landscaping design does not suffer. That’s why Coastal Spray was established in 1980, to provide safe, environmentally friendly and high-quality commercial vegetation control and landscaping…

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Brush Clearing Services Prepare Landscaping For New Construction Want to prepare a landscape for a new construction or conservation project? Brush clearing servicesprovide you with a significant return on your investment. Some people think that professional land clearing doesn’t really matter. After all, vegetation and tree stumps can be removed by hand, right? This isn’t always the case. Here we’ve compiled some of the reasons why you need to hire a professional land…

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Duckweed plants can be a nuisance if you have water on your property. A seed-bearing plant, duckweed tends to grow in colonies and in calm water. And it is very aggressive; it can easily take over an entire pond. Additionally, duckweed colonies often cover the whole surface of a body of water, cutting off oxygen to the water below and making it hard for animals like fish to survive. If you…

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