Lee's Landscaping And Design Aims To Increase Water Conservation With Article Publication
Lee's Landscaping and Design, a Minneapolis landscaping company, has published a series of articles aimed at helping homeowners conserve water. The articles educate homeowners how they can use landscaping designs to conserve water.
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June 27, 2009 (FPRC) -- MINNEAPOLIS, MN - Lee's Landscaping and Design, a landscaping company serving the entire metropolitan Minneapolis area, recently announced it has published a set of articles aimed at helping Minnesota homeowners conserve water, save energy costs and beautify their homes. The articles have been published online and are available at no cost to homeowners.
The articles focus on ways to conserve water, including choosing the right plants and landscape design, reducing run-off and choosing the proper method of irrigation. Fifty percent of water used in North America goes towards maintaining landscaping and Lee's Landscaping and Design wants homeowners to know small changes can make a big difference in their monthly water bill.
Utilizing irrigation techniques such as drip irrigation instead of using sprinklers or watering by hand can save homeowners valuable time and money because the water is released drip by drip. Water that is released slowly has time to absorb into the soil, reducing run-off and wasted water. Other ways to conserve water include watering during the early morning or late evening hours to eliminate evaporation as well as watering close to the roots and installing permeable pavers and foundation plantings to absorb rain run-off.
"We're committed to conserving water and hope that our online articles help homeowners do just that. Most people don't realize how much water is wasted, either through excess or ineffective irrigation, run-off or landscape designs that use the wrong types of plants for the soil and climate conditions. We want homeowners to make the most out of their outdoor living spaces and landscaping," said Lee Otto, Owner of Lee's Landscaping and Design.
Lee's Landscaping and Design is a full-service Minneapolis landscaping company that can handle everything from basic lawn care to installing decks and patios. The company has extensive experience installing retaining walls, walkways and paths, driveways, outdoor fireplaces and water features such as waterfalls and fountains. The company's work is backed by a satisfaction guarantee and all workmanship is guaranteed for 12 full months following installation.
"We've been making Minneapolis more beautiful with our award winning landscape designs and dedication to our customers for over nine years. Our customers know that whether they're looking to design an outdoor living space or if they need help correcting drainage problems, we can help. The quality of our work and our satisfaction guarantee means customers can count on us to stand behind everything we do. We mean it when we say 'we're not happy unless our customers are happy'," said Otto.
About Lee's Landscaping and Design:
Lee's Landscaping and Design is a Minneapolis landscaping company that has been providing Minnesota with beautiful outdoor living spaces for the past nine years. The company aims to help customers reduce water and energy waste and offers a satisfaction guarantee on all its landscaping design services.
Send an email to Lee Otto of Lee’s Landscape and Design
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