Tag Archives: fall

September 04, 2020

Lawn Care Generally, when thinking about hiring a service that provides lawn care, you will need to gain an understanding of services provided, like outdoor landscaping. Outdoor solutions require working with many products and tools that are not commonly used by homeowners. Along with the addition of lawn care products like weed killers, you need […]

October 12, 2015

Clean Out Your Gutters Staying on top of yearly and monthly maintenance helps make sure you don’t have any housing emergencies. During the fall, be sure to clear your gutters and downspouts of leaves and other Debris, which will protect your home from water damage. Plant Some Flowers That Do Well In Fall Once your lawn […]

September 28, 2015

Hardscaping refers to the solid, hard elements in landscape design that stay the same for several years. Examples of hardscape designs are: Patios Fire pits Decks Driveways Walkways and stairs Water features Retaining walls Outdoor kitchens Many different materials are used in hardscape designs, which include: Slate Flagstone Terrazzo Brick Concrete If part of your […]

August 31, 2015

Make sure to cut it DoItYourself.com explains that as long as your grass is still growing, you should take the time to cut it. Before the winter arrives, you should always keep your grass at a length of about 2 1/2 inches. To minimize potential problems, the news source recommended that you lower the blades on […]

October 08, 2012

As the summer turns to fall, we become more aware of the wildlife that lives amongst us. The squirrels are harvesting nuts, the geese are starting to fly south, and the deer begin migrating. Not only are the deer a problem for vehicles, they can cause havoc within a landscaped yard. Male deer removing the […]

October 05, 2012

For many years, professional golf course greens keepers have known that the secret to beautiful, dense turf is Fall Core Aeration & Over Seeding. What is Core Aeration & Over Seeding? Core aeration is the process of making thousands of small holes in your lawn. These holes reduce thatch and break up soil compaction. This […]

October 04, 2012

Fall has started and the trees are starting to change colors. This means a few different things: school is back in session, football season has started, baseball season is ending, and the leaves are falling, but they cannot get up by themselves. We offer a variety of leaf removal options. For customers that live in […]

October 03, 2012

Fall and winter are the prime time for performing perennial maintenance and major tree care. This covers pruning, trimming down/back for the winter, and dividing the perennials. Our service would include having any dead, diseased or crossing-over tree branches removed, followed by structural pruning. Additionally, shrubs would be heavily pruned in what is called a […]

October 03, 2012

The transition of summer to fall brings many changes to the landscape around us; trees change color and lose their leaves, flowers wither, and crops are harvested. Highlight the positive aspects of this change by accentuating the fall theme. We can provide seasonal decorations to make this happen. One option would be thoughtfully placed hay […]