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Be a Good Neighbor: 5 Yard Etiquette Rules

September 29, 2015 2:10 am

Whether it’s a lawnmower wake-up call or a pile of leaves blown onto your lawn, there’s nothing more frustrating than a neighbor with poor yard etiquette. But this breach of neighborliness, according to a recent Lowe’s study, is actually more common than you think. To remain courteous to your neighbors – and (hopefully) earn the same treatment in return – the experts at Lowe’s have laid down the following rules:

1. Never blow leaves into a neighbor's yard and leave them there.

2. Neighbor's plants are not to be used for table arrangements.

3. Set boundaries with your sprinkler system to avoid saturating a neighbor's property.

4. Clean up after your pets.

5. Park cars in the garage, driveway or street, but never your lawn.

Source: Lowe’s

Published with permission from RISMedia.

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