March Newsletter-Contact Free Lawn Estimates

Small businesses have to get creative during these times and one of the ways to keep the business owners, employees and clients safe is to offer contact free estimates. These kinds of quotes allow for the normal information to be exchanged when bidding or re-bidding on projects without a chance of exposure to other individuals.Continue reading “March Newsletter-Contact Free Lawn Estimates”

February Newsletter-The Limits of DIY Lawncare

Weed killer spray, preremergent and postemergent granules are all limited in what they can eliminate in your yard. All weed killers in big box stores only cover some of the weeds available in the region their sold in. However, professional weed killers, available where licensed landscapers attain their materials at a discounted rate, cover everContinue reading “February Newsletter-The Limits of DIY Lawncare”

January Newsletter-Your Lawn Care Calendar

JANUARY – FEBUARY Complete winter pruning – evergreen and deciduous plants – (non-flowering and summer flowering trees and shrubs). 2. Leaf removal. 3. Lawns mowed bi-weekly, trimming and edging completed as needed. 4. Granular Weed Pre-Emergent MARCH- APRIL Prune flowering trees. 2. Lawns mowed Edging and trimming completed every two (2) weeks. 3. Weed controlContinue reading “January Newsletter-Your Lawn Care Calendar”

December Message-Installing Corrugated Pipes

For proper drainage on your property and the longevity of all building structures on your property, install corrugated pipes. Make sure to bury the pipes 12 inches deep and 6 inches wide and cover the piping up. Be sure to pat the soil down firmly. Note: You may need fill dirt to add on topContinue reading “December Message-Installing Corrugated Pipes”