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Benefits of Using a Professional Lawn Service to Mow Your Grass

push mowing grass
December 3, 2020

Most people fall into one of two categories when asked about mowing the lawn: They either love it. Or they hate it. There’s rarely any in-between. The group of people that loves cutting the lawn usually says they enjoy being outside, the ability to get away from everybody else to think, and how it relaxes […]

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Curb Appeal With Simple Landscaping

close up of green grass
October 28, 2018

If your home is looking a bit drab coming out of winter, one way you could boost its curb appeal is with some simple landscaping. Perhaps you’ve shied away from landscaping in the past because you are overwhelmed walking into a greenhouse and don’t know what your not-so-green thumb can manage or where to place […]

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Earth Day 2018 – Protect the Pollinators!

bee on a flower
April 17, 2018

Earth Day is celebrated each year on April 22, but that doesn’t mean your garden can’t do its best for the earth every day. One increasingly popular and environmentally friendly approach to landscaping is to create a honey bee/butterfly habitat. Honey bee and butterfly habitats help protect these pollinators, are relatively easy to grow and […]

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Boost Your Home’s Curb Appeal With Simple Landscaping: The Basics

trimming hedges with a trimmer
March 21, 2018

If your home is looking a bit drab coming out of winter, one way you could boost its curb appeal is with some simple landscaping. Perhaps you’ve shied away from landscaping in the past because you are overwhelmed walking into a greenhouse and don’t know what your not-so-green thumb can manage or where to place […]

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Transitioning Your Lawn From White to Green

grass with ice spots
February 26, 2018

You may still be seeing a winter wonderland when you look out your window, but this is the perfect time to start planning the year’s first lawn care and landscaping chores. If you want to take your lawn from white to green, your work begins once the warming temperatures have melted away the snow and […]

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Winter Lawn Care

beautiful house surrounded by snow
January 3, 2018

For most people, “lawn care” doesn’t come to mind when they think about winter yard work. Traipsing through the yard on a bitingly cold January morning certainly isn’t as pleasant as it is on a fresh dewy June morning. However, taking a few simple steps now – perhaps between sips of hot cocoa to stay […]

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Keep Your Business Customer-Friendly in the Winter

dad and kid shopping in the snow
December 21, 2017

The holidays are almost upon us. People will shop all month long, no matter the weather or conditions of the roads. They will slip and slide in the snow and ice to get that perfect gift to make their kids smile on Christmas morning. However, once the holidays end, businesses must continue to entice people […]

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Time to Think Warm Thoughts

patio with fire pit
December 20, 2017

The beginning of December is a time when everyone starts thinking about sipping hot cocoa and snuggling up next to a warm fire while watching a favorite holiday movie. In between the daytime hours of work, twilight hours of shopping, and the evening hours of cozying up next to loved ones, there is little time […]

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The Snow Is Coming

person shoveling snow
November 20, 2017

The days are getting shorter and the weather is now becoming cooler. Soon, it will officially be winter. With the colder, shorter days, comes the most exciting form of precipitation: snow. Some people, especially students and teachers who are excited about enjoying a random snow day, look forward to snow and all of the fun […]

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The Damage Caused by Leaves on Your Lawn

November 9, 2017

As of September 21, the seasons changed and autumn began. It felt as though at that moment, a switch was hit, which caused the leaves to begin changing colors. It only takes a few weeks, however, for those beautifully colored leaves to start piling up and become strewn all over your well-kept lawn. Since your […]

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