Any real estate agent will tell you many sales are made or lost at the curb. What prospective buyers see of the outside of the home either lures them in or inspires them to leave quickly. The reason is simple. If they spot problems or neglect outside, they will suspect far more such issues on the inside. An obvious need for a lawn care service or weed control can cause them to have an immediate negative opinion.
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I watch soccer, baseball and football on the same all year. Each game runs about three months every season. That makes nine months of tough play every year. I can’t help but notice that the grass looks greener every time I visit the place. I was speaking with a friend’s from the maintenance crew and we agreed that there are probably five things that make lawn service in Savannah really effective. Here is our list of the five most important things to learn from a good lawn service in Savannah.
Grass and flowers and bushes aren’t the only plants enjoying the changing seasons - weeds are also flourishing. Here's what to do about it.
Lawn spraying is the preferred method for many applications of pesticides including insecticides, herbicides and fungicides. Sprayers allow for an even distribution of the active chemicals and when mixed and applied properly, these chemicals are a great tool for ridding your lawn of various pests. Some fertilizers can also be sprayed to give your grass an extra boost, keeping it healthy and green.
Having a great looking lawn is a source of pride for many homeowners, unfortunately we sometimes try too hard and do more harm than good. Like children, grass needs a certain level of care and support but being too strict, pushing too hard or trying to protect them from all of life’s pesky nuisances can lead to rebellion. Here are five common mistakes that can turn lawn service into lawn abuse.