It's amazing how far a little grading, fill dirt, and new sod can bring any yard! This customer had a very splotchy back yard where a previous landscaper had done a bad job cleaning up following adding a paver patio. After we finished our work, their backyard looks awesome!
The typical do it yourself (DIY) homeowner has purchased and used the inexpensive, black plastic, corrugated pipe from Lowes, Home Depot, Menards or any other big box store. Black corrugated pipe can be fine for a cheap fix if you’re using it above ground and attaching it to your rain gutter downspouts to quickly get [...]
Central Missouri rainy season is underway! April Showers bring May Flower we know, but it’s March and we’re already getting good rains. […]
Move Water from Roof Downspouts away from House Foundation […]
Beautify your landscape and protect your investment in landscaping with annual mulching and pruning. We use only hardwood oak mulch from right here in Missouri. Our mulch is died to give you the best look possible and is pest free. No termites will be crawling into your building from our mulch. Spring is a great time [...]
Jolly Lawncare transformed this lawn by removing a tree that wasn’t appropriate for the location, filling in settled areas, adding new sod, planting a Redbud tree, mulching the flower beds, adding topsoil to the yard and soil conditioning prior to installing new sod. […]
This customer's hillside wouldn't grow grass. Jolly Lawncare did this landscaping job by building a retaining wall and turning this problem area into a perfect place for a flower bed.
The downspout was re-routed and buried so the water flow is directed away from the home and in to a storm drain where it should be. This helps in protecting the home foundation, keeps the lawn dry, and makes sure the water winds up where it should. With Missouri's clay soil, having proper yard grading and drainage in place [...]
After photos of our most recent drainage job. We installed a french drain, routed downspouts, soil conditioned and amended the soil to improve the amount of organic matter and sodded with Fescue. Amending soil means to add compost/nutrients to get more organic matter into our clay soil which can be an issue in Missouri. Many times [...]