Thrive Home Builders: Denver Energy Efficient Home Builder

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As a broker for RE/MAX Alliance, I deal with many sellers and builders and Anne has demonstrated a superb example of how a sales transaction should be conducted. The bar is high for me and team Rendevous has made this purchase enjoyable and exciting!

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System Pavers exceeded our expectations on our backyard patio and fireplace. I would highly recommend them for any work involving patio's, borders, and path work.

What should I do if a tree has started to lose its bark?

Brent Roper of Ropa Roofing PRO answered:

May 2, 2017
Consider what the tree is worth compared to similar trees around it. Sometimes it's best to cut down and eliminate disease spreading...
My Bermuda sod was put down at my new home in December. How do I care for it to promote growth and keep it healthy?

Brent Roper of Ropa Roofing PRO answered:

Apr 25, 2017
Water until established and then cut the water back.  Bermuda needs water, but not as much as some of the other types of grass.  Keep it cut short

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