Tag Archives: St. Louis landscaping

May 18, 2016

Sometimes it can seem like a hassle to actually utilize your outdoor space. Finding time to mow the lawn is almost impossible, let alone taking care of an entire garden and back yard. However, having a professional set up your backyard space is an easy and stress free process. Don’t Worry… it’s Easy There are […]

May 26, 2015

With the most recent wave of storms in the St. Louis area has seen lots of damage and flooding. The biggest cause of flooding for homeowners is the grading around their home. If the grading is not set up to properly run away from your home, all that water ends up sitting against your homes foundation. When […]

March 09, 2015

Spring is the most important time for lawn care. Spring lawn care sets the foundation for the entire season, neglecting your lawn now can mean many troubles ahead. Many home owners struggle year after year to get the lush green lawn they dream of. This is where the experts at Allen Outdoor Solutions come in. […]

February 09, 2015

What do you want? The first thing to do when preparing for lawn irrigation installation is think about your landscaping. How do you want your landscaping laid out, where will you need your irrigation system? Are there obstacles that may play a factor in the layout? Are you having a system installed in an established […]

October 13, 2014

Just because the seasons are changing doesn’t mean you should neglect your landscaping. It is just as important to take care of your lawn in the fall s it is in the spring and summer months. Don’t neglect your yard tools Every fall your yard and gardening tools get put away in your garden shed […]

October 08, 2014

Homeowners spend a considerable amount of effort, time, and expense creating their landscape gardens, patios, walks, features, and plantings, yet many times there is little thought about landscape lighting to highlight and illuminate their landscape for viewing and use when the sun goes down.Lighting your outdoor space seems straightforward enough, right?   Actually there are […]