A lawn that has thin or bare areas can be a major source of frustration. But how to make grass thicker can sometimes feel like an elusive issue. In fact, you might have even tried a lot of different things and still aren’t getting the results that you desire. You just want some cut and dry answers as to how to achieve a fuller lawn that you can be proud to show off.
The Oasis Lawn & Tree Care Blog
When it comes to finding great places to work in the lawn care industry, one thing that is commonly heard is that lawn care workers often don’t feel appreciated.
Whether they’re out in the field or working with the team inside the office, there seems to be echoed sentiments about not getting the support that they need to succeed at their job—let alone feeling as though they actually like coming to work because of great workplace perks.
That’s why, when we started Oasis Turf & Tree, it was always a goal to build a business where people love coming to work.
Are you thinking about applying for a lawn care technician job with Oasis Turf & Tree? If you are, then you might be wondering what experience and qualities are important to be considered. We spoke to Angie Bradley, our Chief Operating Officer, who handles our recruiting and hiring so that she could provide some insider information on what she looks for in an Oasis Turf & Tree lawn care technician.
The saying may be that the grass isn’t always greener on the other side—but what if it is? We’re not talking metaphorically but in real life. What if your neighbor’s lawn is always greener?
Even though you don’t live there, you might be right next door—or perhaps right across the street—and you can’t help but notice what’s going on in their lawn. In fact, on the flipside, if your neighbor’s lawn is full of weeds, that might be a frustration, too. Not only do you have to look at their lawn (and worry it will bring your property value down), but you might be worried about those weeds creeping into your lawn.
Sales jobs in Cincinnati, Dayton, OH, and Northern KY can be incredibly rewarding. Not only can they pay well, but they can also be a fulfilling and enjoyable career choice—assuming that you’ve found the right fit at the right company.
There are certainly plenty of companies that make promises they can never follow through on.
If you’ve been considering sales jobs in Cincinnati, Dayton, OH, and Northern KY, specifically at Oasis Turf & Tree, then you might be wondering what experiences and qualities matter most. Whether you’ve been in the lawn care industry before or not, there are certain things that we look for and they might very well surprise you.
In fact, they might be quite different from what you’ve experienced in other sales jobs that you’ve held or applied for.
Here’s what you ought to know about sales jobs at Oasis Turf & Tree.
As a wise lawn care consumer, you want to feel confident that you’re making the best financial decisions for your lawn. That’s why you’re making an effort to better understand lawn care costs.
We get a lot of different questions about lawn care prices and cost when homeowners call us inquiring about our service. To help give you some of the answers you’re looking for, we’ve rounded up 5 of the most common questions in this article.
Although she didn’t grow up doing landscaping work or even working outdoors, Taylor Payzant says that when she graduated from high school, she knew that she was “ready to be done staring at a computer or sitting down all day.”
Because of that, she was eager to find a job where she could spend time outside and move around more. That led her to take a job for a residential mulching company while also applying for potential tree care or landscaping jobs.
Of all the different problems that lawns face, lawn weeds in Cincinnati, Dayton, OH, and Northern KY seem to come up most often. People hate weeds—and we completely understand why. Weeds are a major eyesore that can really detract from the overall look of your lawn. The trouble is, even when it feels like you’re doing everything right, weeds still seem to creep in. No matter what the time of year, weeds always seem to be a problem you’re facing.
Like a lot of Cincinnati, Dayton, OH, or Northern KY homeowners, when the temperatures begin to drop and you start spending less time outside, you may start thinking about your lawn less often. The “off-season” for lawn care is the winter months when the lawn goes into dormancy.
While your lawn might not require any treatments, it’s during this time that you might want to start thinking about lawn care package deals for the upcoming spring. The season typically starts in March and for most people, that sneaks up pretty fast!
Here are a few reasons why thinking about lawn care deals in the off-season can pay off later.
The phrase “company culture,” gets thrown around so much these days that it’s hard to truly believe the claims surrounding them anymore. Surely, every company out there can’t have this fantastic team culture that they boast about.
Whether you’ve recently applied or interviewed for any jobs—or maybe you’ve worked somewhere—you’ve likely heard managers or owners talk about how great their team culture is—even if it’s really not.