How to Repair Your Lawn After Freezing Weather

Posted on: March 15, 2021

Recently, Texans experienced a cold front that left our sense of normalcy in shambles. As snow and ice covered the ground, many lawns began to face the consequences of extensive exposure to ice and snow. Here’s a closer look at what freezing weather can do to your lawn and how […]

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3 Landscaping Mistakes That Kill A First-Time Homeowner’s Curb Appeal

Posted on: February 26, 2021

Buying a home is one of the most stressful and exciting times for any first-time homeowner. It comes with lots of “firsts.” First mortgage, first renovations, and above all a first lawn that is solely your responsibility. A beautiful lawn is a beauty to come home to each evening after […]

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6 Plants Used in Landscaping as Natural Pest Repellent

Posted on: January 28, 2021

Most homeowners want to have a pest-free landscape. However, pests and insects are nature’s creatures that typically don’t play by homeowner rules. Although pesticides and chemical repellents will keep insects and rodents out of your yard, these chemicals can be dangerous to the natural environment and even worse, the plants […]

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How Important is Landscaping When Selling a Home?

Posted on: December 29, 2020

Homeowners will often put off selling their homes because of various defects like roofs that need repair, old electrical systems, and other problem-areas that reduce the true value of the home. When selling a home, one area that should not be neglected is the landscaping because it can often mean […]

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Top Ways to Plan your 2021 Lawn Care Schedule in the Winter

Posted on: November 30, 2020

A lawn worthy of a second glance doesn’t happen by chance.  It takes work, and work takes good design.  The early bird gets the worm, right? Just hope it isn’t a grub worm…. but seriously, attaining a great lawn in the spring takes careful winter planning. A great lawn doesn’t […]

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How to Repair Barren Lawn Areas Before Thanksgiving

Posted on: October 30, 2020

Whether you have moved into a new home this fall or if your lawn is showing stress from summer’s hot temps, insects or foot traffic. The time before Thanksgiving is a great time to work on the barren spots in your lawn. Many people choose to wait until spring to […]

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