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Got lawn care questions? We’ve got answers. Our blog is here to help you up your lawn care game, with handy tips on weeding, seasonal lawn needs, and more from our professional lawn care technicians!

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Mowing vs Scalping Your Lawn: What Are The Differences?

With the spring season fully upon us, it’s time to start thinking about mowing your lawn. Exciting, right? Well – mowing your lawn is important – and it’s not just because it makes your yard look well kept and organized. Mowing is one of the best ways to help ward off weeds and diseases.Read more
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Winter Turf Protection: How To Maintain A Healthy Lawn Throughout Winter

​We often associate taking care of our lawn as a spring and summer thing, but if you want to make sure your lawn stays healthy and attractive, it’ll require a fair bit of year-round maintenance. While winter can truly have a destructive effect on your lawn, there are certain things you can do to ensure that your yard remains protected.Read more
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Spring Time Lawn Maintenance: The Complete Guide

Spring is right around the corner and as signs of life begin to peek themselves up from the soil, it’s important to do some things that can help get your lawn ready for its prime growing season. That’s why we’re here today – here are some tips to help you get your lawn touched up, tuned up, and ready for the spring in the Seacoast.Read more
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How to Get Rid of Bald Spots on Your Lawn

Here in New England, maintaining a perfect lawn can be a real challenge. Trees, mountains, rocky terrain, and erratic weather can put a lot of undue stress on grass. In many cases, it can leave big patches and unsightly gaps in our lawn. And it’s not just natural causes that result in these big, bad brown blotches – sometimes it’s the things that we always have to worry about – people, pets, and the like. Regardless of where they come from, we want to get rid of them – and today, that’s what we’re going to talk through.Read more