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In an industry that is constantly growing and evolving it helps to stay up to date on the latest trends and advances. We pride ourselves on being submersed in our trade. Our blog provides articles and insight from professionals in the swimming pool industry. From inground swimming pool and spa designs to the latest developments in swimming pool technology, we have got you covered.

NJ Pool Barriers: Prevent Accidents While Enhancing the Landscape

August 1st, 2014

Related to this, a community pool in Jacksonville, FL has drawn flak from residents due to a missing part of the pool fence. The barricade tape used in place of the gap doesn’t seem to be an assuring, temporary solution. With the pool located close to the playground, kids are especially vulnerable…
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Ask NJ Landscaping Pros About Converting Fallen Leaves to Plant Food

July 31st, 2014

Fall is coming soon. Sadly, this also means getting out and grabbing a rake. This year, however, experts suggest grabbing a lawnmower instead. In an interview with CBS Minnesota, Turf grass specialist Sam Bauer of the University of Minnesota Extension says grinding fallen leaves is…
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NJ Landscaping Experts Will Help Make Your Garden Worthy of a Party

July 30th, 2014

With clear skies still lingering, the time couldn’t be any more right for an outdoor gathering. Gardening expert and author Melinda Myers offers tips on how to spruce up your back or front yard for the occasion in an article for TheAlternativePress.com. However, nothing can be more satisfying than…
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NJ Landscaping Company: Choosing Native Flora for Sustainable Gardens

July 29th, 2014

To reflect this, the Seneca Nation of Indians’ (SNI) office at the Cattaraugus Reservation has recently implemented a native-only policy in landscaping options. This means that public buildings in Seneca reservations will only feature plants indigenous to the place, including balsam firs, white ash…
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Consult NJ Landscapers About Your Yard’s Energy Saving Potentials

June 23rd, 2014

It’s important to customize landscaping efforts to local factors. In New Jersey, landscaping must be done under a temperate microclimate, where there is relative balance of warm and cool. To establish this kind of microclimate, the DOE suggests designing a landscape based on three important…
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NJ Landscape Experts Help Create Memorable Outdoor Dining Experiences

June 20th, 2014

In recent times, the outdoor kitchen has been growing from a simple fixed barbecue grill to a full kitchen suite, including fixtures like refrigerators, cupboards, etc. Safety and functional considerations require weatherproofing the appliances; but if done right, the investment could very well be…
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