Archive for the ‘Yard Cleanup’ Category
Unless you love working in the yard and you have the extra time on your hands, landscape maintenance is often a burden or chore. Your landscape demands more than just a routine mowing. There is raking leaves, fertilizer, irrigation, weed control, pruning and many other jobs to tackle throughout the year. It is not uncommon to get behind on your lawn maintenance tasks and need a major yard cleanup from a professional. This can be the kick-start your landscape needs to be ready for the winter and prepare for the spring blooms. Last but not least, letting an expert handle the long hours outside can allow you to spend quality time with your family and friends. continue reading
Many Georgians are facing the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. While most of our state was spared the extensive house damage and flooding, many homeowners experienced the effects of the high winds in their yard. Your landscape may be covered with broken tree limbs, fallen trees and scattered debris. While you may be anxious to clean up the mess due to its poor appearance, it is important to know the safety risks of a post-storm clean up and why you may want a lawn care expert to handle it.
When choosing Pannone’s Lawn Pros & Landscaping, you don’t have to sign up for regular maintenance services to enlist our help. We offer our expertise on a “one time basis” if you’d rather. Many homeowners choose this option when there is a change of seasons, such as when your dull winter lawn needs to get ready for a more picturesque spring. Whether you just need some extra muscle for some heavy lifting or want us to prepare your flower beds for more colorful bloom, we are happy to send our crew to your driveway when you call. continue reading
Winters can be a dull and dreary time of year, but that doesn’t mean you have to settle for dismal landscape. While we can’t stop the trees from shedding their leaves or the perennials from dying back, but there are still ways to add color to you landscape in the winter. Consider using bright seasonal color, bulbs and evergreen perennials throughout your yard this year. Seeing some color in your yard (despite the gloomy weather) can even boost your mood!
In the excitement of buying candy and getting your kids dressed up in costumes, you may not think about making sure your yard is safe for approaching trick-or-treaters. However, there are a few simple tips that can ensure that both trespassers and your landscape are protected on Halloween night.