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Earthworks is always active in the communities of commercial landscapers and commercial property owners and managers. Below are articles that mention us or we have contributed to directly.
As Jack Frost approaches North Texas, he brings cold temperatures, snow, and drying winds that can wreak havoc on your landscape. Frosts and freezes can cause windburn and broken branches, burst sprinkler systems, and damage to shrubs and trees. The good...read more
A rain/freeze sensor is, as the name implies, a measuring device that detects freezing temperatures as well as rain events. A compliment to any irrigation system, this device is designed to suspend irrigation when one of these weather phenomena...read more
Quickly becoming one of Houston’s premier luxury apartment communities, Camden Highland Village Uptown offers residents three unique living experiences close to excellent shopping and nightlife along with several attractive amenities, such as hardwood...read more
With fall just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about seasonal color to provide an attractive environment for your commercial property that conveys prosperity. When people see a well-designed landscaping arrangement, it can elicit an...read more
COVID-19 has stalled many aspects of life, but one thing it hasn’t stopped is the apartment boom in metropolitan areas. The DFW metroplex is predicted to be the area with the newest apartments in 2020, despite temporary shutdowns and new safety protocols....read more
With the dog days of summer coming to an end, it’s time to start thinking about what is next in your commercial property landscaping process. In Texas, November is typically when we start seeing a dip in the temperature, which means plants could be...read more
Creating a sense of home in an apartment community starts with recognizing every resident—especially the four-legged, furry ones. Located just outside the heart of downtown Fort Worth, Cortland Fossil Creek luxury apartment community wanted to create a...read more
Gone are the days when private backyards were exclusively for single-family homes. Apartment communities and multi-family units are jumping on the bandwagon and offering this sought-after amenity to help differentiate them from the competition to attract...read more
North Texas has its share of hills and slopes. It’s part of what makes our landscape so pretty – but it also brings with it landscaping challenges. Many homeowners and commercial property managers love the look of hillsides, those slopes can cause drainage...read more
It isn’t easy to find everything you want when living in the city—easy commutes, excellent schools, close to major transportation hubs. But it’s not just the location for which people are looking. Many want to feel like they have a bit of nature around them. Trees,...read more
Nearly every industry has been affected by the coronavirus, and landscaping is no exception. Many commercial clients scaled back their budgets during restrictions. For our part, Earthworks has worked with our clients to ensure essential landscaping needs...read more
Texas summers bring more than heat. This is the time of year when bugs abound! But before you invest your landscaping budget on eradicating creepy crawlies, it’s important to understand the basics of pest management. EarthWorks is sharing these tips...read more
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