Eliminate Aquatic Weeds With This Effective Cutter

Is your shoreline area getting a little choked out by aquatic weeds? This inexpensive solution from WeedersDigest.com will get you back in the water in no time! And for all you Lake Life Blog Post readers, you can get $45 off the price! See below for promo code. The WeedShear is WeedersDigest #1 seller and […]

Would a Floating Dock Right Be Right For Your Lake Shore?

Floating docks are ideally suited to lakes where there is a mud bottom, fluctuating water levels or very water deep—but not where there is extreme wave action. They can be left in the water at your lakefront property during winter, provided that they are detached from the shore and towed to a protected area, such […]

How a Lakefront Home’s Shoreline was Restored

Waterfront and garden were connected, in a natural way, by getting rid of the bulkhead (sea wall) and designing a living shoreline in front of a Lake Washington home. WHEN LANDSCAPE DESIGNER Paul Broadhurst began work on a large waterfront garden on the Eastside, he was faced with a bleak old concrete bulkhead running along […]

Most Important Tip for Protecting Your Waterfront Investment

Protecting or restoring your shoreland buffer is the most important tip for protecting your waterfront investment. If you have native vegetation along your shoreline, consider yourself and the local wildlife fortunate. A mature native buffer represents many years of nature at work and discourages undesirable, exotic plants and animals while attracting songbirds, butterflies, turtles and […]

Tips For Finding The Perfect Lake Home

For many people, buying a lake home is a lifelong dream come true. Like buying any property, purchasing a lake home is a major decision that should never be rushed. To ensure that you make the most out of your investment, consider the following before making your purchase: 1. It’s All About The Water!  When […]

How to Sell Your Lake Home in the Winter

The question we get asked most often in the autumn season is “Should we list our home now or wait until spring”? If you are in a cold climate, here are some points to think about in your marketplace:   Spring is when everyone lists their lakefront home. So that means supply is higher than demand. […]

Preparing Your Docks For Winter

by Charles Simola, TechniDock, Inc. Floating docks typically go in the water each spring, and come out of the water each autumn. When temperatures in an area drop below freezing, ice forms on lakes, rivers and other bodies of water. Ice can damage floating docks, so it makes sense to remove the docks before the brutally […]