Thursday, June 18, 2015

Happy Father's Day!

Dads work hard and they like to relax too! 

Enhancing the backyard so Dad can spend time enjoying his family and friends is what Integrity Landscape is all about.

We custom design the ideal upgrade with beautiful features such as brick patios, seating walls, water features, fireplaces and fire pits.

Friday, June 5, 2015

Fire Pits Are Cool

Here are six reasons for you to turn to Integrity Landscape for a permanent fire pit upgrade.
  1. Family and Friends. Nothing says gather your friends and family together like a fire pit.
  2. Outdoor Space Use. Fire pits are a great way to extend your party space to the outdoors.
  3. Food Preparation. There is nothing more distinctive than kabobs or marshmallows cooked over a fire pit.
  4. Warmth and Gentle Light. It is enjoyable to gather and socialize around a fire pit on a chilly spring or fall night.
  5. Tranquil Ambiance. When you and your loved ones are spending quiet time together, nothing is more satisfying than a warm fire and star-gazing.
  6. Increased Value. Landscaping upgrades, including a permanent, brick fire pit add investment value and selling price to your home.
Call Integrity Landscape Services today for a free consultation about adding a permanent fire pit to your residence.

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Celebrate. Honor. Remember.

On Memorial Day we can celebrate our freedom and remember those who have served, so bravely and selflessly, our wonderful country.

All we can say is we thank you.  We honor you.  We never forget your service and sacrifice.

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Landscape Lighting

If you are thinking about ways to provide a distinctive effect to your landscape, adding lighting fixtures is an affordable and creative way. By adding a light system, you can tastefully accent and highlight selected features of your landscape and improve home security measures.
Soft lighting adds warmth and dimension to a landscape.
One way to incorporate landscape lighting is through up lighting, or projecting light upwards to focus on specific objects and plants in the landscape area. Up lighting accentuates trees, shrubs, and other plants that stand above the general landscaping plane.
Similarly, down lighting is another lighting technique that can create unique and dramatic effects. You can achieve a down lighting effect by mounting flood or spotlights above the landscape line. Down lighting, sometimes called moonlighting, creates a soft, subtle radiance throughout specific areas of your yard.
Another approach to enhancing landscape through the use of light is backlighting, or silhouette lighting. Placing light fixtures between your home’s facade and a particular object causes the object in front of the lighting to appear as a silhouette. You can also use backlighting to highlight walls, columns or doorways for further effect.
There are endless possibilities to incorporate lighting into your overall landscape design. Integrity Landscape Services has designed and installed lighting approaches throughout the Milwaukee area and surrounding counties. Enjoy unique results that fit your budget by integrating lighting effects to your landscape this season.

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Friday, April 10, 2015

Select Materials

At Integrity Landscape Services, select materials can be used to create a patio wall or entrance area to obtain a rich, upscale appearance.  To further improve your entertainment area, consider additional features such as seat walls, steps and decorative pillars.  Our new display boasts the beautiful Unilock Olde Quarry wall units (pictured here).

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Recommendations for Your Plants and Grass in Spring

Integrity Landscape Services recommends that new plants that were installed last Fall be watered once temperatures reach 40 degrees or higher.

It is also recommended that grass seed that was installed last Fall be tended to as well.  Once temperatures reach 50 degrees, apply Milorganite to the areas that were seeded to jump start the growing process this Spring.  The rain should do its part.  Milorganite, which originated in Milwaukee, is available at most local hardware stores.  It is inexpensive and you simply follow the directions on the bag.

We hope you enjoy your new yard in 2015!