Novembers Tips & Tricks for South Florida Landscapes

Here in South Florida we dodged a bullet by having the hurricane track jog at the last moment further to the east leaving us to deal with some landscape & tree clean up but no significant damage structure wise. This process of preparing for hurricanes reminds us that hurricanes are an acts of nature were… Read more »

Prepare for the worst (cat 4), hope for the best. Are you ready?? This is what you will need!!

  PERSONAL CHECKLIST: □  Flashlights □  Weather Radio □  Extra batteries for the above items □  Water: 3 gallon per person per day for 3 days □  3 day supply of non-perishable food per person □  Determine evacuation route □  Have a first aid kit ready □  You should have cash or travelers checks □  And matches in a water-tight container is also a good thing to have □ Put new fuel in generators and start them to ensure they will work when the hurricane does comes   HOME CHECKLIST: □  When a hurricane or tropical storm is imminent you should sanitize your bathtub with bleach and fill with water □  Board up supplies, put up hurricane panels, close accordion shutters □  You should also do a dry run to ensure preparedness □  Document condition of home before storm… Read more »

Septembers Tips & Tricks for Florida Landscapes

  We are well into the wet part of our rainy season. With that, there is no better time than now to take a quick inventory of your landscaping and note any problems that may have resulted from these recent wet conditions. This month we are going to go take a deep dive into the necessary… Read more »