Tips & Tricks

  • January 9, 2019

    With the summer months approaching, it is important to protect your yard from snakes. Poisonous or not, snakes can be harmful to your pets and children, so follow these tips for keeping snakes from living in your yard. Keep You Lawn Mowed The first and biggest deterrent to snakes is properly maintaining the grass in […]

  • October 13, 2018

    Applying compost to your yard is a very good way to get it green quickly and make it fertile .longer earlier in the year. Te way I apply this is by loading the compost into a wheel barrow and then taking it into the lawn and dumping it into small piles in the yard about […]

  • August 8, 2018

    These tips are very basic and for the first time home owner who has never tried to have a lawn before. I will try to keep these tips very basic and simple. You should start to get results in about 6 or 7 weeks. Step 1 will be to Identify your grass type. If you […]

  • July 20, 2018

    What causes scalp marks in your yard over time. The use of a riding lawnmower and continuously going over the lawn in the same direction causing a slightly lower place where the wheels ran over, over time. Causing the area around it to be slightly higher than the area around it. To make your dirt […]

  • July 15, 2018

    If you have a bare spot in your Bermuda grass lawn try this repair technique. First thing is removing all the dead grass and other debris, covering the bare dirt. When you get it down to bare dirt this is what we recommend you do to repair the bare bermuda spot in your yard. The […]

  • April 24, 2018

    Irrigation the watering of your patch of turf. This is the second most important step in our lawn care program. However, this stops a lot of people from succeeding. Reasons being their yard is to large which makes it to expensive to irrigate, or you could live in a place where watering is restricted. If […]