Helpful tips and advice from our staff, and answers to frequently asked questions.
Below you will find a newsletter on the current salt shortage. The local and regional supply of salt is quickly dwindling and costs are skyrocketing. We ask all of you to read this important information. This is a fact and is beyond Great Lakes Landscaping and our client’s control. The best quick examples that I …read more »
One of the things we get asked often at Great Lakes Landscaping is, “how do I take care of my paving brick in winter?” All Unilock products are resistant to de-icing salt. However, we do not recommend over use of chemical de-icing products. If you think you may be using too much, you probably are. …read more »
Oak trees (Quercus sp.) have long been prized for their strength, longevity and excellent wood properties. Oak trees adapt well in the natural forest, the suburban landscape and the parks of inner cities. Oak is a favorite wood used for hundreds of manufactured forest products so it is also a favored crop grown tree. Oaks are …read more »