Take your outdoor living to the next level with the expert information we post here. From how to best plant your spring plants to making the most of your space during the summer to keeping your patio looking great, Loomis Landscaping gives you the resources to create success with your own hands.
Wisconsin Snow Plow Regulations
Professional Snow Plow and Removal Service for Southeast Wisconsin
Winter in Wisconsin means lots of snow and snow plows. All snow plow drivers hired by the state of Wisconsin are required to have a Commercial Drivers License (CDL). Many cities also have their own snow plow fleets. Their priority is to remove snow, deice, and lay down salt on public roadways. Loomis Landscaping offers professional snow plowing and removal for private roads, driveways, and commercial parking lots.
Fire Pit Use Rules & Regulations
Know Your City's Rules for Stress-Free Cookout Sessions
Depending on your street address, there are certain fire pit regulations you must follow. Before you go enjoying your beautifully-crafted outdoor fire pit from Loomis Landscaping, know where and what you can burn.
We’ve handpicked four major cities in the Southeastern Wisconsin area, each with slightly different rules. Choose your city, or click here for an expanded list of Wisconsin counties and fire department informat...
5 Things You MUST DO in Prepping Your Backyard for Summer
Summer in Wisconsin is right around the corner, or, at least, we sure hope it is! Though our spring days have been less than stellar, starting to prep your backyard for that upcoming sunny weather might just be what the doctor ordered.
Cheer yourself up in welcoming summer early, and the hot days might come sooner than you think. Get your backyard ‘beach-body’ ready.
Now. Like right now.
1. Whip that Patio Furniture into Shape
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Summer’s Winding down, but Your Outdoor Fun Doesn’t Have To
The summer's been great and your outdoor living space has had its fair share of relaxing, entertaining, and children running wild. Fall's approaching and weekends will be busy with the kid's sports games or raking the yard, and getting ready for winter, right? You may think it's time to start thinking about getting your outdoor living area ready for the winter to come. Don't. There's plenty of time before the first snowfall - even the first frost. Think again.
It's a trend taking the nation by ...