Two Tips For Getting Your Lawn Ready For Spring And Summer

Posted on: 22 March 2018

After a brutal winter, your lawn will need some TLC if you want it to look great for spring and summer entertainment. If you're like most people, though, there are so many things that need to be done, you probably don't know where to start. Here are two things you should do right now that will get your lawn on the road to healthy recovery. Clean and Prepare One of the first things you can start doing—especially when you're not sure what you should be doing—is to clean up your yard.
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4 Things You Need To Do Before Installing Sprinkler Systems

Posted on: 1 February 2018

If you are tired of manually watering your yard, change things up this year and install a sprinkler system. Before you start digging though, there are some things that you need to do before you start installing sprinkler systems. Check on a Building Permit First, you need to check and find out if you need a building permit in order to install your sprinklers in your yard. Building rules vary a lot from one state to the next, and can even vary within a state, so you want to make sure that you have the proper permission and authority before you make major changes to your property.
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The Potential Dangers Of A Tick Bite

Posted on: 30 October 2017

No one likes the thought of being bitten by a bug or other pest. Unfortunately, however, some creatures do bite and bite regularly, and this includes ticks. Ticks are found in trees, bushes, and in the general outdoors. And, worst of all, their bites can carry many potential dangers. For this reason, it is smart to have your trees and your yard sprayed regularly to help prevent tick infestations. If you're still not convinced that this step is necessary, then consider the many dangers that can come with tick bites.
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4 Things to Do for Your Trees in Winter to Prevent Summer Storm Problems

Posted on: 19 January 2017

Winter may not seem like a time to worry about summer thunderstorms and high winds, but when it comes to your trees, winter is the best time to address these concerns. This is because winter is the prime time to prune and do some basic maintenance on most trees. What you do now could save you major damage when the clouds roll in later. #1: Remove weak wood In most storms, the first branches to come down will be those that are already damaged or weak.
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