Don’t Know How to Get Rid of your Fall Leaves? Try Cold Compost!

By Tracy S. Morris Every fall the leaves on trees turn spectacular shades of red, yellow and brown. While these leaves look picturesque on trees, they soon turn crispy brown and drop to the ground. Once the leaves have fallen from their trees, homeowners have a messy lawn on their hands. For many homeowners, maintaining a tidy lawn ... More

The Power of Positive Bulb Planting

Your garden is still a garden even in the cool months. Plants and any other semblances of life seem to go dormant during these cooler months, but it’s just enough time for our colorful friends to get their beauty rest. For a fresh burst of color in the early parts of Spring, it’s a safe bet to go ahead and plant those bulbs just after ... More

DIY Mosquito Defense

Having a lawn that the neighbors envy might be your first goal this summer. But it would be hard to get out and enjoy it, if those pesky mosquitoes aren’t under control.  Whether it’s West Nile or Zika virus, mosquitos have always been a problem especially in the summertime. But there are things you can do at home and on your own to ... More

TIPS To Keep Your Grass Green During The Dog Days of Summer

Summer days can bring on relentless heat making it hard to keep your lawn looking green and healthy. It can be even more difficult when you look around and see neighbors’ grass looking ever so green. Is it the grass, is it the treatment, is it just luck? In this article we’re going to share some things you can do to make your lawn the ... More

The Ultimate Guide to Lawn Maintenance at Home

The thought of owning a well manicured lawn is exciting. But being the one to put in the work to achieve a good looking lawn can be daunting. Have no fear, we have put together an in-depth year round guide to help you get an award winning lawn in no time. Starting with Summer, here is our ultimate year round guide to lawn maintenance full of ... More

Get A Spring Ready Lawn From Andover’s #1 Landscaping Company

It’s finally starting to warm up here in Andover as Spring approaches and this marks our favorite time of year. Spring is such a great time because it’s when lawns can display the first colorful tones and bright hues of the year after undergoing a long cold winter. The beautiful hues of spring flowers not only create an excellent aesthe... More

Three Expert Steps To Assess Your Spring Landscape

It’s that time of year again for beautiful colors, blossoms, cool breezes, and sunny afternoons at the park. Yes, Spring is finally approaching. But before Spring gets underway it’s important to assess your landscape for the season to ensure your lawn is healthy and handsome. We here at T&B Lawncare have some expert steps you can take ... More

Prepping Your Yard For Spring In New England

Winter is almost over and Spring is just around the corner. You may notice as the weather warms up that your lawn is a bit perkier. Don’t let this time get away without properly preparing your lawn for a sunny spring. Here are some things you can do to promote a healthy lawn in New England this spring. Rake Dead Leaves It’s time to ... More

The Dangers of Snow Shoveling

The Dangers Of Snow Shoveling

It’s the morning after a snow blizzard and your driveway has been pummeled with snow. The snow is fresh and hasn’t iced over yet, so it’s the perfect time to shovel it off of your driveway so you can get to work right? Not so fast. Before you take to the snow, you should take some precautions. There are some hidden dangers involved with ... More

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Preparing For The Next Major Snowstorm

Now that we have successfully faced and handled our first major snowstorm of the new year -- a whopper that dumped more than a foot of the white stuff in the Merrimack Valley -- we can rest easy, right? No way. There are bound to be at least a few more storms this winter and it's time to get prepared. Perhaps you were thrown off by this last ... More