Schlager Inc, serving Parry Sound and the Georgian Bay area, provides experienced, expert services in landscaping, construction, garden maintenance, excavating and much more! A beautifully landscaped property is more than simply scenery. A landscape — be it an intimate garden, an elegantly appointed complement to a commercial space, or an expansive and welcoming rural property — […]
The team at Schlager Excavating, serving the Parry Sound and Muskoka areas, knows all too well what can happen if you fail to properly maintain your septic system. To avoid a devastating disaster to your home and yard, it’s important to not only have scheduled maintenance done, but to also be mindful of how you […]
Throughout the Georgian Bay & Parry Sound areas, Schlager Inc provides customers with expert, dependable construction and maintenance solutions and services for gravel driveways and private roads. Whether your cottage laneway is a road less travelled or a year-round, busy hub of vehicles, having a well-designed, constructed and maintained gravel surface can make a big difference […]
Spring weather can be unpredictable, but this does not mean that you should leave your garden to look like it is still in winter. Having the right flowers for early spring will ensure that your garden is bursting with colour as soon as the ground starts to thaw. There are a number of early spring […]
Slanting or sloping floors are common in older houses, even where the situation involves a slope of only one or two inches. For rooms presenting with a general slope where there is no flat surface area, the problem may be foundational instead of some boards having warped. In this situation, it may be better to […]
Starting your very first garden can be as exciting as it is daunting, especially if you have no experience being a green thumb. There are a few things that will help you organize your time and your space so that you can bring your garden dreams to life!
Landscaping your own yard can look like a fun project to do over the spring and summer. Going the DIY route might seem like it will save you money, but you have to be smart going in or it can become a nightmare that really costs you.