Take Advantage Of Falling Temps To Spruce Up Your Landscaping
Just because the days are growing shorter—and colder—doesn’t mean you can’t still spend time outdoors tending to your landscaping. The summer blooms may have faded and your vegetables harvested, but fall is a good time to plant bulbs, shrubs and trees while cleaning up your landscape before winter.
Cooler weather may make it easier to do some of the hard work that comes with maintaining your beautiful landscaping, but you still need to practice safe digging. It doesn’t matter if you’re replanting in the same location, only digging a few inches down, or adding something new—always contact JULIE before you dig. Every project. Every time. Underground utility lines are buried on your property and striking one can cause serious damage. Know what’s below and stay safe so you can appreciate your landscape for years to come.
Safe Digging Tip: Always contact JULIE before you dig to have utility lines on your property located for free by our members. Valuable utility lines may be buried just beneath the surface and hitting one could disrupt critical services, cause serious harm to you or your family, or even result in costly repairs and fines.