How Winter Salt Affects Your Lawn and What to Do About It

How Winter Salt Affects Your Lawn and What to Do About It

Snowfall is pretty much a given in our area. Each season, the Andover area averages 40 inches of snow. With all that snow, it’s no wonder people are having trouble getting around and even more trouble cleaning it up. For the last decade, many municipalities and homeowners alike have been utilizing rock salt as a solution to clearing out ... More

3 Tips To Protect Your Fence This Winter

3 Tips To Protect Your Fence This Winter

Ah winter! It’s that time of year where the fire is oh so cozy, there are parties galore, and everyone’s getting into the holiday spirit. Along with these joys, winter also brings many threats, such as snow blizzards, icy roads, and frozen pipes. There are lots of precautions you should take during the winter to care for yourself while ... More

A Lawn Care Guide for the Winter

This may come as a surprise to a lot of unsuspecting people, but lawn care is a year-round event. In fact, it’s the cooler months where most of the planning and preparation for a great lawn occur. In our post about things you can do to protect your lawn for winter, we uncovered 4 big things you can do before these frigid months hit to ... More

5 Tips for Great Fall Gardens

Orange leaves, rustling trees, and a chill in the air marks the start of a long awaited fall season. If you have a lawn, you may think it’s time to take a break from lawn maintenance. While your duties may change with the season, there are still some things you should do to keep your lawn healthy and looking pristine throughout the year. In ... More

The Pros and Cons of Slice Seeding Vs. Aeration

The fall season is about to set in and your lawn is ready for the change. Or is it? While summer was filled with joyful times of fun in the sun, your lawn may have had a different experience. It has probably been trampled on, subjected to high heat and drought, and accosted with weeds and insects. What your lawn is ready for is a much needed ... More

Grubs 101: What are they and How to get Rid of Them

What is a grub? In landscaping terms, grub is not the food you get on your way home after a long day. We can almost make the connection why food is nicknamed as such, but grub is definitely not something you want to keep around when it comes to your lawn. A grub is a baby beetle, often called larva. They are milky white in color and have ... More

Summer Lawn Care Tips

Summer is a great time for outdoor fun in the sun. A nice backyard barbecue with your family or a quick game of football in the front yard are some of our favorite things to do in the Summer. What makes these activities even more enjoyable is a good looking lawn. Keeping your lawn maintained throughout the summer is worth it for those days of ... More

3 DIY Tips to Revive Your Back Patio

Summer is here and it’s time to get out and enjoy that perfect weather, natural vitamin D and spend time in nature. Even if you’re not traveling or going to the park, you can still join in the summer fun, right in the comfort of your own backyard! But first you may need to make a few modifications to make it more comfortable and accommo... More

Prepping Your Yard For Spring

Spring is probably the most important time to conduct maintenance on your lawn, so as to prep it for the coming good weather seasons. Some of the recommendations listed below will help you to keep your loan in great shape, so that it's not overcome by weeds, and so that it's able to withstand the heat of summer. By investing a little time and ... More

The Many Benefits of Keeping Your Lawn Mowed

Mowing your lawn takes a lot of time, love and care. As a homeowner, it’s a big responsibility to make sure your yard is clean and tidy. But sometimes, you might want to skip a mowing in order to save time. Unfortunately, it’s not always in the best interest of your lawn to wait longer between mowes. Keeping your lawn mowed is beneficial. ... More