3 Services Your Landscaping Company Can Offer In Winter

Posted on: 16 November 2021

Winter is definitely the slow season for landscaping companies. In most areas, you do not have any grass to mow. Homeowners have generally winterized their garden beds, so there aren't any flowers to care for, either. So, how do you keep business coming in once the snow starts flying? Here are some landscaping services worth offering in the winter. Tree and Shrub Trimming A lot of trees and shrubs do better when trimmed in the winter than in any other season.
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Uses For Gravel In Your Landscaping

Posted on: 26 October 2021

Gravel is an extremely versatile material that can have a wide range of uses with your landscaping. Due to the wide range of uses for landscaping gravel, it can be easy to overlook some of the more common uses that it can have. Create Definition In The Landscaping Design One issue that people will often have with their landscaping design is that there may not be a sufficient amount of definition between the various flower beds and other portions of the landscaping.
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Maintaining Your Home's Landscaping

Posted on: 5 October 2021

For many homeowners, the maintenance needs of their landscaping can actually take up much of their time and energy. Not surprisingly, these homeowners may look for solutions that can reduce the amount of labor that they will have to do for the property. Monitor Plants For Signs Of Disease Acting quickly to address any disease or other health problems that your plants are developing can greatly reduce the costs and work involved with correcting these issues.
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5 Reasons To Call A Lawn Service In The Fall

Posted on: 9 September 2021

If you've been thinking about hiring a landscaping service, fall is a good time to take a company for a test drive. Most lawns require fewer service calls, but the specificity of fall lawn care needs gives you a good opportunity to try a variety of services that are provided by the company.  1. Aeration Your landscaper will use a special machine to punch out plugs of soil from the lawn.
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