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How to Rope off a Tree Limb to Keep It from Falling

A tree limb usually appears smaller when you view it from ground level. But, you will eventually get to know its size and weight once you cut it down. However, the most important thing to keep in mind is safety. The safety aspect is to prevent the big limb from falling upon you while cutting…

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Best Riding Lawn Mower for Tall Grass [2021 Review]

When you invest in a new lawn mower, you want something that will cut your grass and do it well for years to come. Keep reading to learn more about the best riding lawn mowers for tall grass that will ensure your spacious lawn looks pristine all season long. Top Riding Lawn Mower for Tall…

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Pros and Cons of a Cultivator vs Tiller

While it may just sound like one of those tools that have two names, a cultivator is not a tiller. If you placed the two machines side by side, you would easily see the difference between tiller and cultivator sizes and designs. Let’s dig right in this cultivator vs. tiller comparison to set apart what…

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Are Battery Pole Saws any Good

It may not be the first tool you think of when you’re stocking your tool shed for the gardening season, but many people find they make great use of a pole saw. If you don’t know what a pole saw is, you’re in the right place, because we’re going to tell you all about the,…

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Best Riding Lawn Mower for Hills [2021 Review]

The best riding lawn mower for hills is a must-have tool for homeowners who don’t like pushing a bulky gas mower across uneven terrain. These powerful machines are also easy to operate and perfect for large lawns since they save time and energy.  Our Top Riding Lawn Mower for Hills Reviews However, each riding mower…

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How to Use a Hedge Trimmer

Hedges and bushes around the house add lovely touches to landscaping, as well as privacy and security. When they start to get overgrown, however, they can change from a great addition into a visual nightmare. There are plenty of landscaping services out there that can clean them up for you, but knowing how to use…

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How to Sharpen Hedge Trimmers

Hedge trimmers, when working correctly, make easy work out of a job like trimming back the bushes in front of the house. When their blades get dull, however, they can create rough cuts that make the hedges look worse than they did in the first place. How to Sharpen Hedge Trimmers For ease of use…

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How to Set Up Outdoor Landscape Lighting

Lighting your garden or cub can adorn the view of your house. If done right, it could be an elegant way to decorate your outdoor landscape. Although it may sound like a hectic job, installing an outdoor landscape is actually much easier than putting Christmas lights up on your house. You don’t have to be…

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How to Measure for Landscape Edging

There’s no doubt that landscape edging can be a great finishing touch. Depending on the material, it can tie your whole work together. Apart from that, landscape edging is an aesthetically-pleasing way to reduce wood and grass intruding on the flowerbed. But it can be a delicate process. If you make one small mistake in…

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