How Our Bin Services Process is An Eco-Friendly Way to Give Back

Is your summer yard looking a little messy? There are always a few leftover piles of debris from your list of gardening tasks that get pushed off to the side rather than put into bags. Whether you have a small task or a larger project, removing old stone, digging out a garden bed, or disposing …

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How Artificial Grass Can Help Save You Time and Money

For a better-looking lawn find out why artificial grass is a key low maintenance alternative and what tools you need to keep it looking its best. Why Artificial Grass is a Low Maintenance Alternative Artificial grass is a key choice for many homeowners and businesses as it’s much easier to maintain than natural grass and …

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DIY Ground Prep for Sod Installation from Van Beek’s

How to Prepare Your Ground to Install Sod Like A Pro With these tips for ground prep for sod installation you can install your sod yourself, like a pro. When it comes to ground prep for sod installation, there are several factors to consider before starting your new sod installation project. Whether you are looking …

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Why is Landscape Budget Planning Important?

Like any home project, starting a landscaping endeavour can be a lot of work and you need to have a plan in place to help ensure things go smoothly. A project can go off the rails quite easily, so having a landscape budget can help in a variety of ways, including: Helping to keep costs …

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Where is Firewood Sourced From?

In Canada, we are very lucky to have roughly 9% of the world’s forests. Many different types of firewood come from specific areas. Softwood, which derives from coniferous trees, is generally from British Columbia. Hardwood, which is from deciduous trees such as birch, maple and oak, is primarily found in southern Ontario and Quebec. Different …

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How to Properly Use a Firewood Burning Stove

A wood burning stove can be a lovely addition to any home, something that can be enjoyed year round. But with the colder months drawing in, there’s really nothing better than popping in a log or two, feeling the heat envelop you, and listening to the embers crackle. Of course, it takes a little bit …

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