5 FAQs about Landscaping in New Jersey

Because every climate differs, it’s important to understand how your specific environment affects the landscaping needs of your outdoor space before tackling any major projects. Typically, the Northeast area experiences extreme seasonal weather. As a result, any landscaping in New Jersey must to be able to thrive in that kind of climate. There’s a lot … Read more

snow and ice management on the road from Horizon Landscape

Hiring a New Jersey Commercial Snow and Ice Management Service

While snow is great for skiing and snowboarding, it’s not so great for business—especially in New Jersey. If your company has better things to worry about than icy, snow covered parking lots and sidewalks, you should consider hiring a New Jersey commercial snow and ice management service to prepare for winter’s harsh weather conditions. Enlisting … Read more

Parts of a Lawn Sprinkler System

Rotary Sprinkler Heads These heads are designed to irrigate larger open areas of turf. They throw a stream of water from a nozzle assembly at the top portion of the head. They are constructed of durable plastic and stainless steel with a rubber cover. Their rotation is gear driven to provide a slow quiet movement … Read more

2021 Christmas at Horizon Landscaping

The Comfort and Joy of Home

2021 has been a year of resilience. As we pause to reflect on where we’ve been, we can think more clearly about where we’re going. The end of the year always brings a flurry of holiday activity that too easily distracts us from the simple act of reflection. This has been another hard year. We … Read more

2021 Horizon Thanksgiving Card

The Certainty of Giving Thanks

Thanksgiving 2021 is the perfect time to pause and reflect on what we have learned in the past 18 months. As normalcy returns and the boundary lines of travel and gatherings widen, what do we see differently? What will we do differently? What positive lessons of the pandemic will we apply to our Thanksgiving celebrations … Read more

Humble Christmas

2020 has been a year of humbling. We have been sent home to make sense of our reordered and restricted lives. We are not, as we had so often presumptuously imagined, in charge of our own destiny. And yet, Christmas still comes. While our modern American Christmas has been completely unraveled, the steady reliability of … Read more