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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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Why Are There Grubs in my Lawn?

Posted on July 13th, 2018

When you hear the word ‘grub’ it’s safe to say that a pleasant picture doesn’t pop up in your head. If you’re unfamiliar with the animal itself you may only know it by its ugly features and bright white body. If you’ve personally dealt with grubs in the instance of them destroying your lawn, you […]

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Is Moss Overtaking Your Lawn?

Posted on June 21st, 2018

Are you fighting (and losing) the war on lawn moss? It’s a common occurrence in both residential and commercial lawns alike. Like most weeds and unwanted growth, lawn moss only needs to find a single sparse area in your yard to thrive. Once it finds an empty, shady spot it in the soil, it runs […]

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5 Ways to Make Your Own Compost

Posted on June 8th, 2018

It’s a proven fact that adding compost to your garden will provide positive outcomes across the board. Composting will improve your plants’ overall health and looks. By composting your organic waste, you help your garden, the planet, and your wallet. When the decomposed material is added to soil, it adds valuable nutrients that improve its […]

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How Does Snow Affect My Landscape?

Posted on February 20th, 2018

Heavy snowfall on a driveway can lead to an icy and tough to navigate walkway. Excessive snow on a roof can lead to ice dams and a weakened structure. With that being said, does excessive snow on your lawn or garden have any negative effects? Natural Snow Cover  Your lawn and garden are safe and […]

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How can my Plant Survive in the Cold?

Posted on February 15th, 2018

Have you ever stopped to marvel at some of the obstacles that mother nature manages to overcome year after year? Take the winter months for example: If you live in the New England area, or a region with a similar frigid winter climate, it really is a miracle that any plant life survives the season […]

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Watering Your Yard in Winter? It’s Possible — and Here’s How

Posted on February 12th, 2018

Winter weather is cold, but it’s also very dry and can be quite damaging to plants that have been sucked dry by the winter winds. If your soil freezes over for the entirety of the winter season, it’s important to make sure that your lawn has received ample water before the freeze occurs. That way, […]

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Which Snow Shovel Will Work Best for My Property?

Posted on February 5th, 2018

How many times are you going to shovel your driveway and front steps with that broken snow shovel from 1995? Investing in one or two good shovels can cut down on the time it takes you to remove the snow from your property. Here’s what you should look for when shovel shopping: Variations of Snow […]

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The Best Way to Winterize Your Lawnmower This Season

Posted on January 29th, 2018

While lawn care traditionally entails lawn mowing, fertilizing, weeding and the like, we sometimes tend to forget that maintaining our trusty lawn care tool is also part of the package. After all, without lawn care tools landscape maintenance would be extremely difficult. Just imagine opening your shed or garage next spring to pull out your […]

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