January 2018 started out VERY cold, so all of us pet owners would do well to keep these pet-safety tips in mind:Feed well. Give your pet plenty of food and water, because keeping warm outdoors takes energy. Check paws. Wipe with a damp towel to remove salt, and check for ice ...
Edging gives your property a clean, detailed look by removing grass that grows over the edge of paved areas. Edging around landscape beds removes dirt to define the borders where the lawn meets flowerbeds.
Either kind of edging is best done with specialized edging equipment rather than string trimmers. It’s a service we can schedule at pre-set intervals to keep your landscape looking sharp. For some property owners, frequent edging is the way to go; others are OK with once or twice during the growing season.
Contact us to set up a customized edging schedule for your property.