1. Small Landscape Design ideas

    Do you have a small yard? Are you looking for landscape design ideas that will make the most of your space? If so, you have come to the right place. In this blog post, we will discuss four landscape design ideas that are perfect for small yards. We will also provide tips on how to implement each of these designs. So, whether you are looking to create a relaxing oasis or a fun and festive gathering…Read More

  2. Ideas For Low-Maintenance Front Yard Landscape Design

    When it comes to landscape design, there are a lot of different factors to consider. One of the most important is how much time and effort you're willing to put into maintaining your landscape. If you're looking for low-maintenance landscape design ideas, you've come to the right place! In this blog post, we will give four ideas for front yard landscape designs that don't require a lot of upkeep.…Read More

  3. French Drain Systems: When You Need Them

    If you are like most homeowners, you probably don't think about your drainage system until there is a problem. And when there is a problem, it's usually a big one! In today’s blog entry, we will discuss what a French drain is, when you might need one for your property, and what you can expect after it has been installed. At Ray Lawns, we have been helping people in Chattanooga & Ooltewah wit…Read More

  4. Hardscaping Designs To Consider For Your Backyard

    Are you looking to do something with your backyard that doesn’t involve touching the landscaping but you don't know where to start? Have no fear! In this blog post, we will provide you with four hardscaping design ideas that will transform your backyard. From patios to walkways, we have you covered. So what are you waiting for? Get started on your new backyard landscape today!…Read More

  5. Cleaning Up Your Lawn For Spring

    The days are getting longer and the weather is getting warmer, which can only mean one thing: it's time to start cleaning up your lawn for spring! There are four main things you need to do in order to get your lawn ready for the warmer months ahead. In this blog post, we will discuss each of those four tasks in detail and provide you with tips on how to complete them effectively. So what are you w…Read More

  6. Why Did My French Drain Clog?

    A French drain is a trench that moves water away from a home to a drainage outlet to prevent flooding of one’s yard or foundation. A French drain is a great solution for a wet basement or below-grade space, but, just like any other type of drain, French drains are susceptible to clogging. Soil and debris tend to build up inside the pipes, eventually stopping water from flowing. Keep reading as R…Read More

  7. Basics of Directional Boring

    Directional boring, also referred to as trenchless digging, is a terrific solution for common difficulties involved in residential drilling. In the neighborhoods and communities of Chattanooga and Ooltewah, obstacles like trees, root systems, patios, sidewalks, driveways, and retaining walls pose problems for installing utility pipes. Ray Lawns explains the basics of directional boring, and as you…Read More

  8. Directional Boring / Can You Drill Under A Driveway?

    We all grow accustomed to everyday utilities that wouldn’t work if it weren’t for all of the complex underground boring methods set up beforehand. But when the time comes for an underground installation of your new lighting or sprinkler system, it’s important to know how proper directional drilling is done for a driveway. Ray Lawns has the inside information on proper directional boring, v…Read More

  9. French Drains / 3 Types of Drainage Solutions

    Water damage can (literally) drain the value of your home in just one season. No matter the average precipitation in your area, it only takes a few bad storms to damage your home. Thankfully, Ray Lawns is here with the inside knowledge on the three types of drainage solutions. Check out our services on our website today!…Read More

  10. French Drains / Dangers of Poor Water Drainage

    Sadly, we can’t control the weather. But what we can control is how we adapt and prepare for any forecast that comes across our landscapes. As great as rain is for our lawns, too much without a proper drainage system can severely damage years of accumulated work. Ray Lawns is here to warn you about the dangers of poor water drainage and what you can do to install an effective one like a french …Read More