Natural Paint for Citrus

June 20th, 2012

There’s a good reason for painting the exposed bark of citrus. The bark is particularly sensitive to sunlight, and the paint reflects the ultraviolet rays that can cause sunburn resulting in cracking and peeling. If you expose trunks or limbs during pruning, it is important to protect the exposed areas. Citrus trees are actually shrubs and the [...]

The Arizona Register of Contractors requires a Playground Contractors License for installation. It is important to note that playground maintenance is not regulated in the State of Arizona.  It is up to the individual community to make decisions best for their children.  CareScape has Certified Playground Safety Inspectors to give advice and help you keep [...]

Harvesting Rainwater

June 20th, 2012

When the Monsoon clouds come and the humidity is soaring watch the rain activity around your landscape. What direction is the runoff?  Where are the puddles forming?  Are there areas of erosion? Historically, people relied on harvested rain water to provide water for drinking, landscape watering, and for agricultural uses. Centralized water supply systems have [...]