Preparing Your Lawn for Hardscape Installation

Preparing Your Lawn for Hardscape Installation

It’s Time for a Hardscape Installation How many times have you looked out the window today and wanted more? Every landscape needs a little touch to make it unique. For homes and businesses especially, a hardscape can transform an otherwise mundane space into an...
Benefits of Lawn Aeration

Benefits of Lawn Aeration

Whether present in your garden of lawn, compacted soil isn’t conducive to a healthy plant growth. With dirt packed so tightly around them, the grass’ roots require more energy to expand, which means the plant produces fewer roots. Combined with an overly thick layer...
Recovering Your Lawn from Heat Stress

Recovering Your Lawn from Heat Stress

Let’s be honest: Mother Nature didn’t do us any favors this year when it came to keeping our grass healthy over the summer. Between the heavy heat and more-than-lacking rain, this season just didn’t provide the ideal conditions for a great-looking lawn. If you’re...
Benefits of Installing a Home Lawn Irrigation System

Benefits of Installing a Home Lawn Irrigation System

Whether you’re building a new home or just looking to upgrade your yard, it’s important to know what you’re getting into when considering installing a home lawn irrigation system. Beyond just the aesthetic appeal and heightened health of your lawn, there are plenty of...
Sod vs. Hydroseed vs. Grass Seed

Sod vs. Hydroseed vs. Grass Seed

As the last of the snow melts away and your grass enters the growing season, you may discover bald or dead patches that didn’t make it through the winter. You have a few options for achieving a greener, fuller lawn, but what’s ultimately right for you will depend on...
When to Start Mowing in the Spring

When to Start Mowing in the Spring

Spring has finally sprung, and it’s only a matter of time before the warmer weather kickstarts your lawn’s new growth and the season of yard work arrives. The first mow of the year is important to setting your lawn up for a healthy growing season over the late spring...