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If there is one common reason we spend hours in our yards maintaining and caring for our lawns, It is the enjoyable sight of a lush, healthy green lawn. Regardless of who’s lawn you are looking at, seeing a perfectly manicured, lush green lawn is a very pleasing picture to behold. Those of us that struggle with achieving that beautiful, healthy, thick grass can use all the tips and tricks we can find to assist us in our quest for the perfect lawn.

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The lawn care season is in full swing. Every year more and more people are opting to hire a lawn care professional to tend their yards for them. Some choose this option to save them time, some to avoid being out in the heat, and some to ensure their yard is as beautiful as can be. Regardless of the reason(s) people choose to hire a professional, one should always be careful and research a company completely before entering into any contract for lawn care.

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hondaemergAs we approach the end of the fall season and begin to prepare for winter weather, homeowners commonly consider purchasing a generator for emergency power during a storm. One can betempted topurchase a generator because of a low price or a sale. I advise anyone considering such a purchase to do your research and hold off purchasing your generator until you can besure you are not only getting a good deal, but the generator you buy will serve your needs effectively. This will ensure you not only buy a quality product, but also will have plenty of power tooperate the essentials to help you survive a storm comfortably providing sufficient power for lighting, heat, and whatever you deem necessary during a power outage.

 

 

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storm clean up

Summer is in full swing and most of us have been using our mowers, trimmers, edgers and other various implements of yard beautification for months now. Along with the summer season comes summer storms and as the fall season approaches, those of us near coast lines will deal the coming hurricane season as well. Summer storms and hurricanes bring with them the possibility of damage to property, fallen limbs, uprooted/toppled trees, and more. The days and even weeks following a damaging storm can prove to be dangerous and a stressful time for people trying to return things to normal.

For homeowners and landscape professionals alike, preparing for storm clean up is just as important as emergency preparedness for the home. Having chain saws and generators, fuel and work gloves at the ready is equally as important as stocking up on supplies, food and water before a storm. Alternatively, lack of preparation can cause additional stress and difficulty, making it hard to return life to normal.

Below is a list of tips to help both homeowners and landscape professionals alike to plan ahead and be prepared for clean up after a storm.

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The spring yard work season is here. Be sure to maintain a safe working environment.

The spring yard work season is here. Be sure to maintain a safe working environment.

Spring is here, and temperatures are warming up. Warmer temperatures means that it’s also time for yard work. With many people using their lawn mowers, power edgers, string trimmers this time of year, proper equipment maintenance and safety are two very important topics. While these action items should be viewed as a year-round priority, this is the time of year to pay special attention to the safe operation of your lawn care equipment.

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broken mower

 

Spring is coming fast, and that means it is time to start thinking about your lawn. For some, that means it’s time to start shopping for a new lawn mower. If you are one of us looking for a new grass chopper, you probably want a mower that will make the task of mowing your lawn enjoyable, and to accomplish that without breaking the bank.

“Out with the old and in with the new!” My Father exclaimed the year he bought a brand new lawn mower to replace the old, rusty “hunk of junk” as dad so eloquently referred to it. As we waited for the salesman, He attempted to educate me on buying tools and equipment.

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Garden-weeds

 

In the Southern region of the United States, we see vegetation growth year round. Even though the winter months mean dormant, brown lawns, just waiting to grow and be manicured back to their lush green beauty, it means the opposite for the weeds in your lawn. While your lawn equipment may be enjoying lazier days during the winter, weeds may be taking advantage of this and could cause issues for your lawn later in the year, especially after the spring season hits full swing, and vegetation is growing fast.

Dormant brown lawns will not compete with the weeds, and therefore, the weeds have unhampered access to water and sunlight. The soil in your yard remains moist and due to the cooler weather, the soil also remains cool as well. This also means less evaporation of moisture, creating efficient growing conditions for weeds. Winter weather that brings higher than average precipitation promotes growth spurts for common low-lying weeds.

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Lawn cutting season is just around the corner in Marietta, the Atlanta metro area, and just about everywhere else in the Southern United States. This also means its time to be vigilant and safe while using your power equipment. 253,000 people were treated for lawn mower-related injuries in 2010.

Of that number, 17,000 were children who required care in the emergency room because of mower accidents according to the The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). In Fact, approximately 200,000 people are injured in lawn mower-related accidents each year. This statistic is reported by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. One reason for this staggering number of injuries each year is because even though lawn mowers are to be viewed as adult tools, many people consider them toys. The reality is virtually all lawn mower related accidents are completely preventable. Here are some steps to ensure your mowing task is a safe experience for you and others in the mowing vicinity.

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trimmer

String Trimmers have become common place for home owners, largely due to the fact that string trimmers are flexible in their uses, not only handling trimming and edging chores, but can also tame tall grass and weeds in areas around your property that your lawn mower or riding mower just can’t reach effectively. When you are shopping for a string trimmer, things like product features and price are always important points that all consumers consider. However, there are also other key points to address when choosing the right string trimmer to fit your needs as well as your budget.

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Tune Up How To

With the spring mowing season just around the corner, now is the time to be thinking about getting your lawn mower ready for the coming season. After a few months of hibernation during the winter months, Your lawn mower may just need a little attention to ensure it is ready to keep your lawn trimmed and looking good all season long. A spring tune up is important to maintain your mower’s performance, keep it running smoothly, and ensure the mower will be reliable, and start when you need it.

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