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Our huge mess

By: edenjh08

Created: Mar 7, 2013

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Our lot in our suburban neighborhood is actually larger than it should be. Our property takes up two lots and it is pretty big, but also an eyesore when we come home. First, our house was a bad build and went through a faulty inspection which all became evident immediately after we moved in. We confronted the company about it numerous and they claimed that many of the problems were suppose to happen. They didn't do much to rectify the situation. It's pretty difficult to beautify because of the lack of stability in our home plus the numerous wildlife that travels to and from the two lakes our house sits between. The front yard gets less amount of sunlight than the back because the sun is always behind our house and only shines of some of our front yard. I'll let the pic do more of the talking. Also for some reason, our plants in the front that do receive sunlight are not thriving as much as our neighbors because of pipes that may be traveling under our property between the lakes. Also with spring comes Georgia Kudzu in the backyard. HELP!!!! We would like to come home to a beautiful, manicured animal preserve than a wildlife one. I would like to tell more but there are not enough words to describe how much help we need.

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