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Overseeding: Why It Should Be Part Of Your Lawn Maintenance Routine

Posted on December 5th, 2018

  Is your lawn looking tired and worn out? Does your grass look thin or patchy in areas? Then your yard would benefit from overseeding. Overseeding is one of the many steps that should be part of any homeowners yard maintenance. But what is overseeding? To put it simply, it’s the applying more grass seed […]

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Can Snow Damage My Lawn?

Posted on November 30th, 2018

With cold temperatures, chilling winds, and snow right around the corner, it begs the question: Can snow damage my lawn? Before we answer this question, it is important to note a few things. First, grass stores essential nutrients in their root systems during the fall months. Second, when the weather gets consistently cold, grass enters […]

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Winter Maintenance Tips For A Healthier Yard

Posted on November 26th, 2018

Our snow-free days are numbered here in Massachusetts.   If you haven’t already, then you need to get started on your winter prep before the big freeze. Here are some helpful tips that you can use before and during the winter to keep your yard well-maintained and healthy. Mulch Not only does mulch retain moisture but […]

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A Guide To Protecting Your Shrubs From Hungry Deer This Winter

Posted on November 9th, 2018

Deer control is not something that we often think about throughout the year. As we get later into the fall season, you may notice an increase in the number of deer in your yard or neighborhood. There are three reasons for this increase: Mating season starts in October and runs though December. During this time […]

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Top 5 List of Thanks!

Posted on November 6th, 2018

Here at Turf Unlimited, Inc., we are thankful throughout the year; but as Thanksgiving approaches, it offers us a real chance to reflect on all the ways we have helped customer’s landscape needs. With so many reasons, we have picked our top 5 below. Patch free lawns. We offer expert seeding techniques to keep your lawn […]

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Fall Lawn Care: Have a Lawn You Will Be Proud Of!

Posted on October 16th, 2018

Do you desire a lush green lawn that the neighbors can envy? The efforts you put forth with fall lawn care can make a difference. It’s common to want to take a break when the cold weather sets in, fight the urge! When you prep your lawn in the fall, you’ll be amazed at the […]

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Should You Winterize Your Sprinkler System?

Posted on October 3rd, 2018

New England lawn care and maintenance tend to get overlooked once we hit the fall and winter seasons. We spend our summers outside in our yards mowing, trimming, fertilizing, and simply enjoying our grass, beds, and gardens. However, once September arrives, life in this region tends to pick up, giving us less time to relax in […]

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8 Trees That Deliver Dazzling New England Fall Foliage

Posted on September 26th, 2018

Fall in New England means football, fairs, and foliage. Leaf peepers from all over the world flock to our region to catch a glimpse of the leaves as they transition from emerald green into fiery reds, yellows, and oranges. Fortunately for us locals, we never have to leave the comfort of home to enjoy everything […]

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Biggest Home-Buyer Turn Offs That Sellers Overlook

Posted on August 6th, 2018

Selling a home is stressful. You may feel like all of the projects that you never ended up getting to need to get done all at once. Don’t freak out, they don’t. It’s important to remember that the things you’ve always wanted to do and change around your house may be completely irrelevant or unattractive […]

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Overseeding 101: When & Why You Should Overseed Your Lawn

Posted on July 20th, 2018

Unhappy With Your Lawn? Do you feel like you’ve tried everything when it comes to keeping your lawn nice and you just can’t win? Overseeding can give your lawn the extra boost it may need. Sometimes, even the most well-cared for and maintained lawn will experience a failure to thrive. The weather, our families, and […]

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