8 Ways to Conserve Water At Home This Summer (INFOGRAPHIC)

July 4, 2017 by Grand River Natural Stone

We go all winter with a bare yard, no colour, and brown plants. So it’s only natural when spring and summer come around, you want to indulge in lush greenery throughout your property. But that increase in outdoor water usage comes with a price – figuratively and literally. Canadians use approximately 330 litres of water

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6 Things to Look for When Choosing A Landscape Contractor (Infographic)

May 9, 2017 by Grand River Natural Stone

You’ve decided to start a landscaping project – congratulations! The next step is to decide if your project requires a landscape contractor. And if you need to hire one, how do you know what to look for? In this infographic, we tell you exactly what to look for when you’re choosing a landscape contractor. Want

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Hot Landscaping Trends for Spring

March 1, 2017 by Grand River Natural Stone

It may not look or feel like it out there, but the first day of spring (Monday, March 20) is just around the corner. And if you’re an early planner, then you’re probably already setting a landscaping budget you can stick to. In 2016, the big landscaping trends were Using organic colours (like green and

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Landscaping On A Budget (Infographic)

February 15, 2017 by Grand River Natural Stone

Although there’s still some time before winter ends, it’s never too early to start planning your spring and summer landscaping projects. Of course, a big part of that is setting a budget for things like landscaping supplies, products, labour and more. Before you fire up the calculator and head on over to Grand River Natural

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5 Fall Landscaping Jobs You Should Do

July 14, 2016 by Grand River Natural Stone

We’re fully in September. The back-to-school routine is established. And summer’s almost officially over and autumn will be here very soon. (FYI, in 2016, the first day of fall is Thursday, September 22). Before you know it: Thanksgiving is just around the corner (it’s less than a month away) Cooler temperatures will be the norm

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