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June 2012 Lawn Care Tips

  We really want to thank you, our incredible customers for your vote of confidence, trust and for your business. That said, I want to try to ensure that you are getting the service you want and expect. I am asking for your input, good or bad on our mowing crews’ work performance. Is there [...]

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April 2012 Lawn Care

We appreciate the business we get from each and every one of you. If you are a mowing or landscaping customer and you would like the crews to approach some facet of your job differently, please e-mail me or call the office. We want you to be happy customers.  We make mistakes, but we do [...]

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March Lawn Care 2012

Last summer took its toll on many a tree, shrub and flower in this area. The watering restrictions combined with the heat and no rain contributed to the death of many plants we’ve had at our homes for years. If you suffered damages last season, be careful of what you choose to take the dead [...]

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February Lawn Care

SPECIAL NOTE: With the mild winter we’ve had, many homes need mowing service now. Please don’t let the yard get overgrown. Call or e-mail the office and we’ll get by and get the property mowed. Overgrown lawns and/or leaf cleanups take the crew longer and we have to adjust the cost of that service accordingly. We [...]

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November Lawn Care

Winter is a great time, and often a cheaper time, to do beds, shrubs, trees, drains, walkways etc.

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Did the North Texas Heat Wave Kill Your Trees?

Many trees, particularly in nonirrigated areas, have dropped leaves or the leaves are brown. Are they dead or alive?

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October Lawn Care

Halloween is coming. Make sure your lawn’s not scary.

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Take the 40 Gallon Challenge

The 40 Gallon Challenge is a movement to encourage people to save a minimum of 40 gallons a day by adopting new water-saving techniques.

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NRH Autumn Landscape Seminar 9/24

NRH is holding a free Autumn landscape seminar to provide NRH residents with tips on what to plant and how to prepare for winter.

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Ft. Worth Water Restrictions

Fort Worth has implemented Stage 1 of its Water Conservation and Drought Contingency Plan.

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