Posts Tagged ‘Chemlawn’

Winter is a great time to evaluate your current lawn care company and consider if a local option would better serve your needs. Even if you are satisfied, I can bring up five legitimate reasons to consider a change. First, hiring a locally-based lawn care company versus a large national chain or franchise...Read More

Spring lawn checklist

Your spring lawn checklist should include a review of your upcoming turf contract this winter or spring to take advantage of any preseason savings and to insure the work will be scheduled on a timely basis.  Lawn care companies are expecting an unprecedented high volume of work due to the heat, drought,...Read More
[caption id="attachment_1481" align="alignnone" width="600"] New Hampshire fall lawn care[/caption] The unusually dry weather has extended into September and even with cool weather, suffering turf remains brown while damaged lawns look more like broken boats on a beach after a hurricane.  Where do...Read More
Sprayer mid
As far as your lawn cares, it simply wants some Nitrogen each year to assist in growing and some help if disease or pests are present.  Your lawn does not care if the lawn application is liquid or dry.  Issues arise only when cost and ease of treatment come into question between lawn care companies. ...Read More
There is excitement in the air as day time temperatures rise past the 40’s and into the 50’s with the promise of spring; but with spring lurks crabgrass.  Crusty old snow banks shrink each day, exposing the edge of sidewalks, roads, mulch beds, and yes lawns!  The first glimpse of once proud green...Read More
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