The summer months are an excellent time to make the most of your lawn and lap up the sunshine. But as summer comes to an end, it’s time to look ahead to prepare your lawn for fall and the winter months ahead.
August is hot. Very hot. This time of year an outdoor honey-do list turns into a “honey-don’t-get-heatstroke-while-doing” list. You don’t have to spend every hour of the weekend risking heatstroke and dehydration to have a beautiful yard. Hiring a team of skilled lawn experts can turn your Saturdays into relax-days and Sundays into fun-days.