Why You Shouldn't Mow Your Lawn Backwards

Posted on: 28 February 2020

When mowing your lawn, it might be tempting to mow your lawn backwards. However, mowing your lawn backwards is a bad idea for several reasons even if it is convenient. Instead, you will need to plan your lawn mowing route in a way that allows you to avoid moving backwards.  Don't Use a Reverse Feature Even when a lawn mower has been designed so that it can operate in reverse, it's a bad idea to use this feature. [Read More]

3 Helpful Precautions To Take When Having New Sod Installed On Your Property

Posted on: 14 December 2019

If you have a home and the lawn has become a little run down, it may be time to install some new sod. Even if you've never made this investment before, it will go according to plan if you take these precautions.  Take Accurate Dimensions Before you ever begin to order new sod, it's important to know how much to order. This depends on the dimensions of the area where this sod is going. [Read More]

A Lawn Treatment Program Helps Your Grass Thrive And Keeps Bugs And Weeds At Bay

Posted on: 16 October 2019

Even if you enjoy the exercise and satisfaction you get from mowing your grass every week, routine mowing might not be enough to keep your lawn healthy. A well-groomed lawn is only beautiful when the grass is lush and there are no weeds or bare spots. Growing a lush lawn may require professional help in the form of scheduled treatments. Here are some aspects of lawn care that a lawn service can provide. [Read More]

How To Prepare Your Yard For New Sod

Posted on: 3 September 2019

Installing sod is one of the easiest ways to create a new yard. With sod, you instantly get a new yard. However, if you want that yard to take root and last, you need to properly prepare the yard before putting down the new sod. Get Rid of Large Debris First, you need to get rid of all the large debris in you yard. That means picking up all the sticks and branches that are in the yard area. [Read More]