The First Frost and Your Lawn

grass covered in frost
November 16, 2016

By this point in the year, you have prepared your lawn for winter and may have already experienced the first frost. Your lawn service has been busy getting your lawn ready for winter and has likely come and gone for the last time before spring. If you care for your lawn yourself, you have already […]

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The Holidays and Your Lawn

mom and kids in costumes
October 19, 2016

The holidays are fast approaching. Starting with Halloween and lasting through the New Year, many homes begin the process of helping the neighborhood feel festive with lawn and exterior decorations. Combined with high amounts of foot traffic from trick-or-treaters and annual holiday dinner guests, your lawn can take a beating that, if not prepared or […]

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The Age Old Question: Sodding or Overseeding?

grass with sunlight
October 6, 2016

For centuries, weekend warriors have been baffled when it comes to the fall season and if they should overseed or lay sod down on their lawns so that next spring will bring them new grass growth. These are by far the two most popular techniques for spring growth But whenever you have two useful techniques, […]

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Bring on the Snow

plow in the snow
August 22, 2016

It is August, and we are in the middle of one of the hottest summers on record in the past ten years. What better time than now to cool our minds and think about snow removal? It is always better to be over-prepared than underprepared. And, if history has taught us anything, the snow will […]

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Summer Lawn Care Tips

push mowing grass
July 18, 2016

Summer is a difficult season for lawn maintenance. For instance, lawns must be watered more often, unless you have a particularly rainy summer. And of course the lawn should be cut more often as well, but how often is too often? There are various schools of thought regarding the best summer lawn maintenance regimen; however, […]

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Enjoy Your Backyard throughout the Season

back patio of a townhouse
June 15, 2016

You have an amazing lawn and your front yard is often the envy of the neighborhood, and your backyard behind your fence may be freshly mowed every few weeks, but is otherwise a big open space. While this may have been perfect for the kids when they were very young, they are now out of […]

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The Importance of Lawn Irrigation

sprinkler in back yard
May 23, 2016

Anyone alive today will likely state that the weather is unpredictable.  One day it is beautiful, sunny, and 80 degrees, and the next day it is snowing for hours. This past year, in particular, has seen extreme changes across the map. As a result, manually trying to not only seed your lawn and develop your […]

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Keeping Your Property Value High

push mowing the yard
April 25, 2016

When thinking of property value, most people think of the actual house and its details. These can include the size of the home, maintenance, and repairing any damage that occurs due to weather or even normal wear and tear. However, many times people forget the importance of the yard and its care when assessing their […]

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Let Your Lawn Spring Forward

raking leaves
March 11, 2016

It is that time of year again! Everyone begins to look forward to the warmer weather, longer days, and fun in the sun. The sights, smells, and sounds of spring are full of life and warmth as we move that much closer to summer. Spring is finally here! As the snow begins to melt and […]

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Important Tips To Help Your Lawn Make It Through The Winter

morning frost on grass
November 9, 2015

Home and business owners take advantage of the winter months to forget about their lawn care and landscaping. And rightfully so. Grass and typical garden flowers will not grow or receive proper nourishment during the coldest and shortest days of the year. However, it is important to prepare your lawn before that first frost for […]

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