Posted by YardGuy on Jan 19, 2013
This homeowner's drainage problem solution was to build a Dry Well by using an auger to drill 40 (1.5 cubic ft holes) then fill them with sand.
Posted by YardEngineer on Aug 11, 2012
I was sitting here after a day of delivering yard equipment thinking, " I should really trim my bushes but it takes too long". Then I remembered the new hedge trimmer I saw in storage. So, I asked the boss and brought it home. It was like cutting butter.
Posted by YardFarmer on Jun 19, 2012
Recently a customer in SW Portland contacted us because they wanted to renovate their lawn. Moss and soggy conditions had made their once lush and airy lawn into a boggy, thatchy mess. We carry many different types of lawn care equipment. This job called for the full lawn renovation package.
Posted by YardGal on Mar 28, 2012
Compaction is one of the main causes of unhealthy lawns. It may be caused by heavy wear or overuse of chemicals. Core aeration removes plugs of soil and thatch to improve water infiltration, drainage, and oxygen content.
Posted by YardGal on Mar 25, 2012
Now is the time for these lawn maintenance procedures, particularly this year, with our recent heavy rains and warm temperatures
Posted by YardGuy on Mar 24, 2012
So we were outside power raking my neighbors lawn today. I use her lawn to shoot photos and train new rental consultants. We only power raked a 20 foot strip, but when we were done I felt obligated to finish the yard. Granted, it's only a 300 square foot yard and I'm pretty darn good at using the power rake (aka: de-thatcher), but I was amazed at how fast I was able to power rake that lawn.