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Sprinkler Automation — Why Automatic Sprinklers?

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In todays busy world, coming home f rom work to water your lawn 2-3 times a week can really interfere with your evening plans. Let us update your system, and free up your schedule. Automatic sprinklers were originally designed to give you the freedom of no hassle watering, todays automated advantages are better than ever.
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Aeration — Should I Aerate My Lawn?

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The answer is yes. Removing cores of soil from your turf bed opens up the soil allowing for better penetration of fertilizers, air, and water. This can be especially beneficial for compacted soils.
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Mulch Mowing – Should I Mulch My Grass Clippings?

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While most customers assume that all clippings should be bagged and removed from the property, research has shown there are great benefits to mulchng lawn clippings. Much of the turf equipment today comes readily available to do such work.
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Garden Mulching – What Benefits Can I Expect From Mulching?

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This is one of the quickest ways to add a beautiful fresh look to your yard or business. Todays mulches come in a variety of different colors to appeal to just about any ones eye. Benefits include a reduction in weeds, soil retention, and less water required for plants and flowers as the mulch layer holds in the moisture. Today one can choose between organic or inorganic materials.
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Proper Tips to Maintaining a Healthy Lawn

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A lawn that is well kept and maintained throughout the seasons plays a large part in your life. It helps to increase the value of your home as well as making the home more pleasing to the eye of all that pass by on a daily basis.
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How High Should I Mow My Lawn?

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We suggest keepng yor grass at 2 1/2 to 3 inches. Many people prefer the shorter look, and that’s ok in the spring when temperatures are cooler and water is more abundant, but as the heat sets in ( typically june – aug ) leaving your grass longer requires less water, promotes stronger roots, and will allow for a thicker healthier lawn.
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