Georgia residents may water their lawns any day of the week between 4pm and 10am, but we recommend early morning watering for best results.
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Whether you are hosting a party or cooking a routine weeknight meal, the kitchen is often the most popular gathering place in a home. This summer, why not take it outside? An outdoor kitchen is a wonderful addition to any home, and will make cooking something to look forward to every night.
The team at Handy Andy Outdoors can design and build your ideal outdoor kitchen. From simple to stunning, each outdoor kitchen is as unique as the landscape that surrounds it. We offer customized designs that take into careful consideration factors such as:
Would you like room for everyone to sit together at one table, or a more casual seating area?
How many people will be using the area?
How much cooking prep work would you like to do outside?
What’s the best path for walking in and out of your house to the outdoor kitchen?
Do you need storage for outdoor cooking tools, or storage for seat cushions?
Grilling seasons is not limited to summertime here in Georgia, and we can also add features such as fireplaces and fire pits that will ensure you can enjoy your outdoor living area almost all year round.
Summertime means sunshine and hot weather – and hopefully some rain to naturally hydrate the investment you’ve made in your landscape. But nonetheless there will be hot, dry days when homeowners will need to water their turfgrass and ornamental plants.
What better way to celebrate summer than adding a little splash of water to your landscape? A water fountain or urn can bring subtle movement and life to your landscape design. These water features also create a pleasant sound, completing your ideal ambiance and creating an elegant focal point everyone can enjoy.
Is it time for your lawn to get dressed? Metro Atlanta is known for our lush, hilly topography - but an undulating landscape can also pose challenges. Top dressing is a great solution for sloping lawns, as well as lumpy bumpy lawns. Top dressing simply describes the process of adding a thin layer of compost (or other materials) to your lawn in a way that’s beneficial on many levels.
Do you see bees flying near holes and little mounds of soil in your lawn? Living up to their descriptive name, this time of year ground bees (also known as digger bees) make their nests by digging little holes in the ground and piling up the excavated dirt nearby.