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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.
some people embrace hot summer days and soak up the sun for hours at a time. Yet, others avoid the summer months altogether and stay indoors with cool air-conditioning. Much like humans, plants react differently to heat. When plants endure high temperatures over...read more
The Keller City Police Department serves Keller, Texas, located in the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Keller is a fast-growing community with big-city conveniences and small-town roots. The Keller City Police Department aims to improve the quality of life...read more
Wondering why you might be experiencing delays in having your landscaping projects done? Commercial and residential properties are racing to replace plants that did not survive the winter storm to restore their landscape before the summer temperatures rise and create...read more
Mother Nature is a nurturing yet powerful force. She stunned Texas with a winter storm in February, and most recently, she surprised us with her regenerative properties. Many plants and trees continue to recuperate despite the snow, ice, and frigid temperatures they...read more
Cortland Allen Station is a resort-style apartment community located in Allen, Texas. The neighborhood features luxury indoor and outdoor amenities including high-end finishes, a movie theater, two saltwater pools, sun decks, an outdoor kitchen with grills, a fitness...read more
Plants are a lot like people. Nobody eats an entire week's worth of food in one day. The same goes for plants. We get our nutrients and water in a balanced way. Drip irrigation works in the same way, by adding nutrients and water frequently and in small doses. This...read more
Tired of irrigation repairs? Confused about reoccurring leaks? Don't worry. It's not you. It's the soil. Soil conditions in Texas are a challenge and can cause frustrations maintaining irrigation systems. Unfortunately, irrigation repairs are a normal part of living...read more
Last month Texas experienced snow, ice, and record-low temperatures, leaving millions of Texans without power and running water. As the snow melted and frigid temperatures subsided, you probably noticed some of the effects the winter storm had on your landscaping too....read more
Although most of us had more severe issues to contend with during the deep freeze last month, the toll it took on our landscaping is just now coming to light. The green plants you had at the start of February are now most likely brown and looking lifeless. These...read more
Spring is considered a time of birth and renewal. This time is also when people are motivated to spring clean. Late March through April is often the time apartment communities look to add color to their commercial landscaping. Unlike many parts of the US,...read more
Goodbye. Adios. Chow. Au revoir. However you want to say it, we’re happy February is over.Meteorologists have called it “one of the biggest, nastiest and longest-lasting polar vortexes they’ve seen”, and they have been watching since at least the 1940's....read more
Just outside of Dallas in Richardson, Texas, Cortland Canyon Creek has the look and feel of a world-class resort with a long list of luxury in-unit and community amenities. Among its popular amenities are an infinity pool with a sundeck, lounge, cabanas, and fire pit,...read more
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