Warm Weather Means Spring is here: SLS Landscaping breathes new life into landscaping this spring.
With the smell of spring in the air and flowers blooming all across South Jersey, homeowners may want to think about putting some spring into their landscaping step. With the help of the talented landscape architects and design professionals at SLS Landscaping, Inc. in Lumberton, you can have an outdoor living space that would make the Jones’ envious.
SLS Brings New Ideas to this Spring Season
With spring comes the idea of renewal, and SLS Landscaping can bring new life to any homeowner’s property.
“Spring is the beginning of a new year; you want everything to be new and fresh,” says Sam Waddell, owner of SLS Landscaping, Inc. “We bring that image of fresh life for you.”
SLS Landscaping professionals use a variety of materials such as stone, granite, pavers, trees and shrubs, just to name a few. Any of these materials would help create the perfect addition to a South Jersey commercial or residential property.
Spring also brings new and innovative ideas to design and building materials.
“This spring season it seems that there is more of a call for natural stone and masonry for hardscaping,” says Waddell.
With the growing trend of outdoor entertaining, give some fresh life to your backyard by putting in a fire pit, outdoor kitchen or new patio for those fun summer barbecues and outdoor parties. SLS Landscaping specializes in hardscaping and leads the way in providing the most modern and beautiful outdoor living spaces. The company strives to offer the newest features available in the landscaping industry. SLS Landscaping crews have professional and extensive experience in installing patios with kitchens, pergolas, cultured stone, stucco, bluestone and boulders.
Every unique design that SLS creates uses color and dimension to bring out that one-of-a-kind feel that every property owner should have. SLS designers are constantly challenged to find something new and different in their designs.
When homeowners decide to rejuvenate their property in the spring, “it gives the homeowner all season to enjoy the landscape,” says Waddell.
Environmentally Friendly Practices
With the warm weather moving in, those pesky bugs and insects are on their way, too.
SLS Landscaping has a process to help determine what action to take when pest problems occur on the property they work on. This process is called Integrated Pest Management (IPM).
“IPM is a combination of frequent on-site inspections and monitoring of the landscape” says Waddell.
The focus of IPM is on creating an environment that is ideal for healthy and sustainable turf grass, trees and shrubs while at the same time inhibiting insects, weeds and disease.
“SLS is a friend to the environment by practicing IPM, using pesticides responsibly, monitoring the landscape looking for disease and pests, and making treatments using the least invasive pesticides,” says Waddell.
Committed to Quality
South Jersey homeowners should take this spring as an opportunity to turn their property into an oasis. According to Waddell, landscaping can bring a sense of relaxation and serenity to any homeowner.
In today’s troubled economy, landscaping can help add capital value to your home. “A well-planned and maintained landscape will increase the value of a home,” says Waddell. Since 1992, SLS Landscaping, the area’s premier design/build and maintenance company, has been committed to providing quality and professional service to all of South Jersey. They are fully staffed with licensed and degreed professionals that can provide innovative and functional plans and installations.
SLS Landscaping strives to deliver value for their clients’ investment. After all, the company’s ultimate goal when working for a property owner is “designing and installing a highly functional landscape, while exceeding homeowners’ expectations.”
SLS Landscaping, Inc.
641 Eayrestown Road, Lumberton
Published (and copyrighted) in Suburban Family Magazine, Volume 3, Issue 3 (May, 2012).
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