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Removing the Hassles from Water Restrictions – Top Three Ways to Save Water in Your Yard

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No matter where you live, chances are there is some type of lawn and landscape water regulation or mandate. Your irrigation system can be the most valuable tool when it comes to making sure you comply with local laws and regulations. One of the best ways to deal with these rules is to let irrigation technologies do the work for you. Here are a few tips that can save you…

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Tips to Starting Your Gas Snow Blower

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Having trouble starting your Toro single or two-stage snowblower? No problem, we’ve got you covered. Follow these steps to starting your snowblower as well as 5 things you can do to make starting your snow blower easier in the future.

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Buyer’s Guide: How to Choose The Best Snow Blower

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Are you looking for a snow blower but not quite sure what you need? Don’t worry we’ve got some tips that will help you make the right choice in this Buyer’s Guide for How to Choose the Best Snow Blower.

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Benefits of a Beautiful Lawn

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A lush lawn can add so much curb appeal and value to your home. There is nothing quite like the look of a beautiful front yard or the feel of walking and relaxing on a healthy lawn. But, did you know turf grass provides so much more than visual appeal? Here’s a look at a few important roles lawns play in your environment. Improving Air Quality Grass, like many plants,…

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How to Winterize Your Mower

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Take the time to do some basic Fall maintenance to protect your mower during the cold winter off-season by following these 4 steps to Winterize Your Mower. Plus, indoor and outdoor storage tips.

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Mulch Grass Clippings to Boost Lawn Health

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Are you on Team Mulch or Team Bag? Some homeowners think bagging clippings is more beneficial than returning them to your lawn, but recycling them could be just as beneficial, if not more so. Recycling clippings not only improves lawn health, but also may have economic and environmental benefits.  The terms “bagging”, “recycling” and “mulching” are easily mixed up. For the purposes of this article, let’s break down the definitions….

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Tips and Tricks for Getting the Most Out of Your Sprinkler System: Get to Know Your Timer

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Are you getting the most out of your sprinkler system? One way to check is to look at your irrigation timer. Chances are you’re underutilizing the technology it brings to your yard.   Your irrigation timer, often called a controller, is really the brains of your system. It’s likely one of the most convenient tech tools for your outdoor space, saving you time, facilitating optimal water savings, and maintaining a…

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5 Simple Steps to Get Your Snow Blower Ready for Winter

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Winter is on the way and you don’t want to get caught off-guard by the first snowfall. Do you have a Single-Stage or Two Stage Snowblower? We include 5 simple steps for both models in this article so no matter what – you’re ready to take on the snow when the time comes.

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Fall Lawn Care 101 – What to Do With Fall Leaves

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Here’s what you need to know as you prepare for your Fall lawn maintenance. Find out why we recommend mulching your leaves instead of raking them.

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10 Tips to Turn an Overgrown Field into Usable Space

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There it is, a big, messy, overgrown field of weeds, grass, tree stumps, rocks and who knows what else, just begging for some loving. It’s an eyesore that you (and your neighbors) have been wanting to tackle for a long time, but you weren’t sure exactly how to go about it. Before you run down to the hardware store to buy a string mower or call the local fire department…