Archive for the ‘Landscaping Maintenance’ Category
Keeping up with your family’s activities can often leave little time to keep up with your lawn. In fact, a well-maintained and healthy landscape can demand countless hours that many homeowners simply don’t have. Still, it can be hard to justify the investment of hiring a professional to perform lawn maintenance tasks that you “should” be able to do. But before you miss out on your kid’s soccer game to pull out the lawn mower, consider these valued reasons why professional lawn maintenance can make sense for you. continue reading
Many Georgia families are still spending a lot of time at home. Whether your kids are doing virtual school or you are working remotely, the extra time at your house can be a great opportunity to expand your landscape. In fact, if you’ve always wanted a small garden on your property but never had the time to commit to it, now could be the perfect chance. A fall garden can bring cheap food to your dinner table as well as give your children an educational lesson in growing food and sustainability. continue reading
The hot and dry climate of summer can be a major threat to Georgia lawns, and your turf will show the signs of stress if it isn’t taken care of properly. Fighting for a healthy lawn this summer includes more than just adequate watering. Another critical factor in helping your grass survive is proper mowing. Are your mowing habits hurting or harming your summer lawn? continue reading
Laying down grass sod is an excellent way to start a new lawn or revamp an area of turf that has become brown or barren. Sod installation is performed in several steps. In fact, the steps you take to prepare your lawn for sod can be some of the most important. Sod failure can often occur when the soil is not properly prepared before sod is laid down.
To maximize your new sod investment and ensure you’re giving it the best chance of success, it is important that you pay attention to the condition of your existing soil first. In fact, you may want to hold off on the purchase of your new sod until your soil prep work is complete. continue reading
If you’ve invested time and money into your landscape, it is important to protect its condition and appearance. Unfortunately, weeds can be one of the strongest and most stubborn threats to your landscape. Therefore, beyond general lawn services (like mowing, trimming and fertilizing), it is important to include weed control in your overall landscape maintenance. continue reading