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Autumn Invasion? Beware of These Crawling Critters That Are Attacking This Fall

2021-09-29T10:27:29-04:00

Fall may be the season where we welcome all things spooky, but nothing is creepier than seeing bugs that should stay outside make their way into your home. Once October rolls around in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, insects scramble to find a winter getaway in cozy, unprotected houses. Without some hardy pest control, these creepy crawlers are sure to pop up in your ceiling corners and cabinets. Take a look [...]

Autumn Invasion? Beware of These Crawling Critters That Are Attacking This Fall2021-09-29T10:27:29-04:00

How To Prevent Mosquito Bites And Diseases At Home

2021-08-30T11:56:41-04:00

If you live in New England, you’re probably not enthusiastic when the summer months come around and an influx of mosquitos begin terrorizing everyone in their path. However, with each passing year, they surely become more and more irritating. Nothing is more of a nuisance than the buzzing around your face and the red, itchy welts after their arrival. Mosquitos can turn a tranquil evening into a flurry of swatting [...]

How To Prevent Mosquito Bites And Diseases At Home2021-08-30T11:56:41-04:00

Dead Areas In Your Lawn? It May Actually Be Brown Patch Disease

2021-07-20T08:17:20-04:00

Nothing is more worrisome than discovering that your lush lawn is suddenly dead and dry! But what if these seemingly “dead” patches are not dead after all? Early summer is the peak time for many types of fungi to flourish in your yard. Even if you are consistent in your watering, mowing, and other lawn care practices, a case of Brown Patch Disease may be unavoidable. The good news, however, [...]

Dead Areas In Your Lawn? It May Actually Be Brown Patch Disease2021-07-20T08:17:20-04:00

How To Water Your Lawn Each Week With Minimal Effort

2021-06-07T09:42:07-04:00

How much should I water my lawn, and how do I choose the best irrigation methods to begin with? While there are several factors that determine how much you need to manually water your lawn each week, watering can actually be a simple task. In fact, many expert lawn owners and landscapers have some tricks up their sleeves to make irrigation fairly effortless. In truth, how you should water your [...]

How To Water Your Lawn Each Week With Minimal Effort2021-06-07T09:42:07-04:00

6 Foolproof Steps To Get Rid Of Crabgrass Once And For All

2021-06-07T09:41:34-04:00

Have you ever noticed a spider-like weed throughout your yard? This may be crabgrass, a tough-as-nails weed that invades homeowner’s luscious lawns. It’s rough to the touch and resistant to force such as uprooting and lawnmowers. While there are many identifying factors for crabgrass, the most obvious is that it is extremely unattractive. Not only is it unsightly, but because each plant produces around 150,000 seeds, it also spreads like [...]

6 Foolproof Steps To Get Rid Of Crabgrass Once And For All2021-06-07T09:41:34-04:00

How To Identify, Treat and Prevent Road Salt Damage To Your Lawn

2021-05-06T09:39:18-04:00

If you live in areas with frigid temperatures and harsh winter storms, you understand just how much road salt is a lifesaver. When trucks spread this salt among roads, it prevents ice from forming and increases traction on the pavement thus reducing car accidents. However, when the snow melts it carries the dissolved salts downhill and to roadsides. As a result, this salt makes its way to your own lawn. [...]

How To Identify, Treat and Prevent Road Salt Damage To Your Lawn2021-05-06T09:39:18-04:00

Moles vs Voles. What’s The Difference?

2021-04-19T09:10:22-04:00

Moles vs Voles. What’s The Difference? Have you ever discovered mounds of dirt scattered among your yard, as if an animal has dug up your turf? Have you ever uncovered gnaw marks along shrubbery roots? If so, you may be dealing with a lawn-damaging pest. Tunnels throughout your landscaping are frequently caused by two infamous mammals: moles and voles. While the names are alike, their habits and species are very [...]

Moles vs Voles. What’s The Difference?2021-04-19T09:10:22-04:00

9 Best Flower Varieties To Plant In New England Spring

2021-04-27T14:26:53-04:00

While the dreary winter surges on in New England, there is much you can do to prepare for a lively spring yard. Gardening is not secluded to only the warm months. In fact, several popular flower varieties thrive when their seeds, bulbs, and tubers are planted soon after the last winter freeze. From hanging plants to garden beds, these flower varieties will awaken your home and yard from a bitter [...]

9 Best Flower Varieties To Plant In New England Spring2021-04-27T14:26:53-04:00

Is My Grass Dead Or Dormant?

2021-04-17T13:07:14-04:00

There’s nothing more alarming than glancing out of your window and discovering the grass in your lawn has seemingly been sucked of life. The condition may be worrisome, but is it truly dead or in a temporary state of dormancy? These questions panic the best of us, so understanding the difference between dead and dormant grass can ease your worry and potentially save you from trying unnecessary and costly solutions. [...]

Is My Grass Dead Or Dormant?2021-04-17T13:07:14-04:00

Yellow Nutsedge

2021-04-19T09:12:19-04:00

Have you ever noticed a thin, shiny grass-like weed that grows twice as fast in the lawn after you mow? Good chance you have what is called “Yellow Nutsedge”. What is Nutsedge? Yellow Nutsedge is a summer perennial that really starts to flourish for the Northeast around the 4th of July. It has a triangle stem and when rolled in the fingers can easily be felt. It is lighter in [...]

Yellow Nutsedge2021-04-19T09:12:19-04:00
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