A healthy, well-maintained lawn is a key to preserving the value of your home. Regular lawn maintenance enhances curb appeal, making your home and neighborhood attractive not only to those passing by but also to potential buyers.
Of course, everyone wants a great looking lawn but few really have the time or the money to do all the little things it takes to really have a fully manicured lawn.
However, there are things you can do with the time you do have that if you had some tips you could make your lawn way better than it is now.
Be careful when performing snow removal on your driveways and walkways so you don't leave big gashes in your lawn. Also, just after the snow melts, if you used a salt or chemical, be sure and rinse the areas with water so as to wash the chemicals off your lawn.
Also, winter is the best time (in the northern hemisphere) to replant your rose bushes or that small tree you wish to move. Moving them when they are dormant is the best because they have either shut down or slowed down their metabolism for the season. I'd suggest late January or February to do this. But keep in mind that lawn aeration time is coming up about then also. So you might want to get that tree or bush moved before then.
Here are some lawn tips that may help you have that great lawn you have always dreamed about:
- Get tips from ten year lawn sprinkler service professional, Scott Young, on how to install your own
automatic lawn sprinkler system in 6 days or less, saving 67% of the cost!
- "Lawn Care Magic"
will show you an almost completely automated way to grow your lawn three times faster
with no weeds, pests, dead spots, expensive fertilizer or special equipment, and with very little work
where people almost never seeing you working on it!
- And who can resist over seven thousand landscaping ideas with the ebook by landscape designer, Helen Whitfield,
Breathtaking Landscaping Designs WITHOUT Hiring Costly Professional Landscape Designers."
- Here's a MUST HAVE step-by-step multimedia guide to turning your yard into a regulation-like 18-hole
golf course and
throwing the party of the season for your friends, family and maybe even some of your clients.
The main goal we have here at MowDaddy.com, is to provide you with different ideas and resources so you can have and keep a better yard, and better home.
If you are looking to start your own lawn care business, we also have some guides that will help you on your way.
They will provide you some tips and techniques from others who have successfully started their own businesses.
Just look on the left side bar and select "Lawn Care Business Tips"
Either way, we at MowDaddy wish you success in your lawn care or landscaping endeavors.
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