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TERRIGENOUS Landscape Architecture
Snow-melt
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spend shoveling and plowing your paths and driveway, and make them safer to boot. It’s not cheap, but it may be worth it if you spend a great deal of money and effort on snow removal each winter. Choose easy-to-shovel paths. Gravel paths may look beautiful, but they are nearly impossible to shovel. Which
greatly reduce the time and money you spend shoveling and plowing your paths and driveway, and make them safer to boot. It’s not cheap, but it may be worth it if you spend a great deal of money and effort on snow removal each winter. 7. Choose easy-to-shovel paths. Gravel paths may look beautiful, but
a snow-melting system beneath frequently used paths, safe and no need to shovel.
Install a snow-melting system beneath frequently used paths. This technology can greatly reduce the time and money you spend shoveling and plowing your paths and driveway, and make them safer to boot. It’s not cheap
“how do you create a heated stone path? for snow and ice...” — topazi
Angela Flournoy
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Gurfinkel
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off the dining table, floors and other surfaces. Most decor can stay (for now), but if it has a home in another room, out it goes. Instead of just shoveling the piles into another room, take the time to actually put things where they go. Otherwise you will end up back at square one by next weekend!As you
“Instead of just shoveling the piles into another room, take the time to actually put things where they go. Otherwise you will end up back at square one by next weekend!” —
“table and bench” — soulkeeping
Ag-Trac Enterprises LC
11 Reviews
Contemporary Cottage Landscape
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For maximum impact, choose long-blooming plants like lavender or daylilies. (In colder climates, make sure your perennial choice can withstand snow shoveling and any salt treatment tossed on a walkway in winter.)
For maximum impact, choose long-blooming plants like lavender or daylilies. (In colder climates, make sure your perennial choice can withstand snow shoveling and any salt treatment tossed on a walkway in winter.)
“Purple flowers” — dpickney
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Woodbourne Builders Inc
Custom Built Storage Lockers - Newton MA
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cubby for shovels and gardening tools
I like the bin for the shovels. It very different.
Shovel bin...holder for shovels...shovel storage
“Love the lockers but would need seating area” — Jenny Mao
EASA Architecture
13 Reviews
Additions and Remodel in Palo Alto CA
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pavers, missing mortar. When you can see where you’re going, you can step around the flaws, but once the first snow falls and you’re shoveling the walk and the shovel keeps hitting the edge of that loose paver, making it even worse and slowing you down, you’ll wish you had taken the time to set it back
“decoration” — Veronica Mendivil
Mark Hickman Homes
2 Reviews
Garden Shed
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I like the idea of having a door on the side of the shed with a shallow closet like depth to store rakes and shovels and hanging items.
I like this idea of shovel/rake storage (plus pots) with access from outside instead of inside.
place to hang shovels, spade, etc
Keep snow materials handy. Speaking of shovels, find a good space to stow your snow shovels that's accessible poststorm. Add some hooks to your garage or mudroom, or at least find a good spot on a covered porch for easy
“Possibility for side of garage?” — ktmcgart
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Front Ridge Residence
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using this method for many generations with great effectiveness. Cost: Free, with the exception of the tools necessary to create it (a sharp-shooter shovel or trencher). Advantages: It's free, easy to create and effective. It's also a very natural edging option for casual or informal gardens. Disadvantages:
using this method for many generations with great effectiveness.Cost: Free, with the exception of the tools necessary to create it (a sharp-shooter shovel or trencher).Advantages: It's free, easy to create and effective. It's also a very natural edging option for casual or informal gardens.Disadvantages:
“Rosa Blanda - an native rose...not very prickly, known as the thornless rose” — East Chop Gardens
Britton & Associates
Finished Projects
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Curving sidewalk- looks great, but horrible to shovel snow off of.... no way to tell where the sidewalk is... Talk to the person that would be the one shoveling the snow in the winter!!
“Interesting” — dalana01
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