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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.
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
The cold, damp weather of winter often gets a bad rap for wreaking destruction on plants. While it is true that some plants are more sensitive to cold temperatures and are at a greater risk of shock, the winter weather can provide benefits to your plants....read more
It happens every January and February-the leaves on your live oak drop to the ground and causes a mess. Each year you think your tree is dying, but it doesn’t. Instead, it gets replenished with new, green leaves in the spring. This is a naturally occurring...read more
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
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