Mowing Your Lawn for its Beauty or for Your Health

Summer is here and mowing is on the schedule whether you were ready for it to be or not. Before you start Googling “mowing companies near me,” know the facts. Beautiful, healthy lawns don’t just happen overnight (unless of course, you install our sod), but a great lawn doesn’t necessarily require professional maintenance. At the […]

June 28th, 2017|Blog, Grass Turf Residential, Home Lawn Care|

How to Choose the Best Landscaping Company for You

Whether it’s from “time to time” or “all the time,” there comes a point in every homeowner’s life when the possibility of hiring a landscape company becomes a topic of conversation. Before selecting a landscaping company, here are a few things you should know: Consider Which Landscaping Services are Needed Landscaping companies come in all […]

April 5th, 2017|Blog, Grass Turf Residential, Home Lawn Care|

Understanding Winter Kill for Homeowners

Did winter kill your lawn? As temperatures rise and residential landscapes begin to green up, homeowners may notice that large sections of their lawns are looking dead. In the turf care industry, we often refer to this phenomenon as “Winter Kill.” Under some conditions, even the cool season grasses predominately used in Western Canadian lawns […]

March 7th, 2017|Grass Turf Residential, Home Lawn Care|

6 Ways to Battle Dandelions

Six Ways to Battle Dandelions Whether you love them or hate them, dandelions are a common presence in the summer lawn. For homeowners looking to achieve a lush green lawn this summer, dandelions can be a source of endless frustration. Especially for homeowners who are determined to be environmentally conscious. The good news? There’s more […]

June 21st, 2016|Blog, Grass Turf Residential, Home Lawn Care|

Preventing Chafer Beetles with Tall Fescue

Preventing Chafer Beetles with Tall Fescue Struggling with Chafer Beetle damage (or trying to avoid it)? Good news! There’s a solution: Tall Fescue. Chafer beetles are undoubtedly the bane of Vancouver Lawns. With raccoons and other animals tearing up turf to root out the high protein larvae that have spent weeks or even months eating […]