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Posted by: Erika Green on October 10, 2017
In what seemed like the blink of an eye, another summer came and went. Although the dog days of summer are over, there’s still plenty of time to tackle one last warm weather project.
In fact, now is a great time to focus on projects that take longer than a day to complete – the weather isn’t unbearably hot and the sun stays out just long enough to give you a full working weekend. Besides, the more projects you complete before the weather gets really cold, the more time you can spend enjoying your space once spring arrives.
You’ve read our lists of outdoor projects you can finish in four or eight hours. But what if you have a weeklong project, but only need to rent heavy equipment for a few days? We’ve got you covered. Here are some projects where this may happen:
Install a Sprinkler System
Build a Retaining Wall
Excavate Your Yard for a Swimming Pool
* Pricing subject to change at certain locations.
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