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How To Transform Your Lawn: Timeline & Steps for a Lawn Makeover

Posted by Rob Reindl on Nov 15, 2017 8:43:28 AM

Nobody wants to have the worst lawn on the block. It’s not only embarrassing but it’s a source of stress. Instead of going outside and enjoying your beautiful backyard, it just puts you in a bad mood every time you step outside.

While you know you’re in need of a lawn makeover, what you don’t know is exactly where to start. You want to be able to have a nice lawn but you don’t want to have to spend a ton of time or resources on it. You just want to transform your backyard with as few headaches as possible.

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Topics: Hiring a Pro, Soil Health, Weed Control, Lawn Care, Fertilization

Buckeye EcoCare vs. Ziehler Lawn Care vs. Oasis Turf & Tree:  3 Dayton, OH Options

Posted by Rob Reindl on Nov 9, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Because you love your lawn, you are exploring the decision to invest in professional lawn care services. You may have had the idea based on any number of reasons—you want to take back your weekends, you want to get better results, or you just want to have the nicest lawn on the block.

Whether it’s one (or all) of those reasons or even something else, you know you need to look into what’s out there. You want to find a lawn care company that can meet your needs.

The decision should be easy, but there are a lot of lawn care companies in Dayton, OH and that can make choosing the best one feel like a lot of work. In order to make a wise decision and choose the best company (and in turn, get the best service), you must do your research.

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Topics: Hiring a Pro, Soil Health, Weed Control, Lawn Care, Fertilization

Scotts Lawn Service vs. TruGreen vs. Oasis Turf & Tree

Posted by Rob Reindl on Nov 3, 2017 9:03:09 AM

Your lawn is important to you and you go to great lengths to ensure it’s the best it can be. That includes hiring the best lawn care professional out there.

Of course, choosing the “best” company is not exactly a simple decision when there are so many companies to choose from. Not only that, but you’re deciding between both local companies and nationally known brands, and you’re not really sure if one is better than another. Should you go with the big name, just because you’ve heard it before, or is the local, family-owned business the right choice for you?

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Topics: Hiring a Pro, Soil Health, Weed Control, Lawn Care

Aerating vs. Dethatching: What's Best for My Lawn in Cincinnati, Dayton, OH or N. Kentucky?

Posted by Rob Reindl on Oct 25, 2017 9:10:00 AM

You value a nice lawn but you’re facing challenges when it comes to keeping your lawn looking its best. Whether your lawn isn’t as green as it could be or it seems to be thinning out, you’re frustrated that you can’t pinpoint the issue. You’ve heard of a lawn problem called “thatch” and you’re wondering if that may be a cause behind some of your problems.

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Topics: Hiring a Pro, Soil Health, Pest & Insect Control, Lawn Care

Just How Many Lawn Treatments Do I Need Per Year in Ohio and N. Kentucky?

Posted by Rob Reindl on Jun 9, 2017 9:15:30 AM

We are often asked how many lawn treatments do I need per year? And we understand the confusion. With so many lawn care companies out there packaging their programs in different ways, it can be very difficult to determine just how often fertilizer (as well as other treatments) should be applied.

While your question might be “how many lawn treatments do I need?,” the question you should really be asking is “what specifically needs to be done throughout the year?” It’s not so much about the number of visits as it is the possible issues that can occur that may need to be diagnosed and addressed. 

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Topics: Hiring a Pro, Soil Health, Weed Control, Lawn Care

10 Lawn Care Secrets Revealed! What Some Companies Don't Want You to Know

Posted by Rob Reindl on Apr 18, 2017 9:00:00 AM

It can be frustrating to shop for something like lawn care services when you don’t truly understand the inner workings of the industry. How can you be certain that you’re making the best possible decisions when you don’t really know the lingo or understand what’s going on behind the scenes?

While there are plenty of lawn care secrets we know our competition doesn’t want you to know, we believe in transparency. We also believe that you should be well-equipped to make an educated decision about your lawn care and in order to do so, you must understand some key points about the industry.

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Topics: Hiring a Pro, Soil Health, Weed Control, Lawn Care

8 Tips to Save Money on Lawn Care Services in Cincinnati

Posted by Rob Reindl on Feb 9, 2017 9:00:00 AM

While shopping on price alone is not the best way to find a good lawn care program, we know that you still appreciate saving money when you can. Unfortunately there are lawn care companies in Cincinnati, Dayton and Northern Kentucky that will cut corners to promote their lawn care discounts. The challenge is to find ways to keep some bucks in your pocket without sacrificing quality.

When looking for ways to save money on lawn care, don’t accept subpar service or accept deals that sound too good to be true. Instead, seek out a lawn care company that offers you the most value for your investment.

Here are 8 ways (both short-term and long-term) that you can save money on lawn care as well as some common traps you will want to avoid.

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Topics: Hiring a Pro, Soil Health, Lawn Care

Lawn Aeration and Overseeding Services for Your Cincinnati Home

Posted by Rob Reindl on Sep 20, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Most Cincinnati homeowners desire a thick, green and healthy lawn. It's commonly understood that the best way to accomplish this is through a lawn care program that includes mowing, watering, and applying fertilizer and weed control, but there are a couple of other tricks to getting that plush, green lawn you desire. 

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Topics: Soil Health, Lawn Care

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