Keep Your Lawn Green: Hot Weather Lawn Care Tips for Chicagoland Homeowners

June 14, 2024

As summer descends upon the Chicagoland area, the heat can take its toll on your lawn, turning lush green grass into a dry, brown eyesore. However, with the right care and attention, you can maintain a healthy and vibrant lawn even during the hottest and driest periods. In this blog post, we’ll explore seven essential […]

Let’s Get Your Snow Plow Ready for the Season

October 22, 2023

Keeping your snowplow ready during the winter plowing season is crucial for effective snow removal. Here are some steps to help you prepare and maintain your snowplow. This article was written with Western plow owners in mind. But many of these points will apply to any brand snowplow. So let’s get your snow plow ready […]

HTS – The Perfect Plow for Your Half-Ton Truck

September 24, 2023

Why hand shovel snow – or push a snow blower in freezing temperatures when you can turn on your favorite radio station; sip a cup of coffee, and plow from the warm comfort of your half-ton truck. Maybe you’ve had enough of undependable snow removal contractors. Maybe you’re wondering: “Can I put a snow plow […]

Do It Yourself Lawn Care Services: Lawn Leveling

July 15, 2023

Homeowners like you often are torn between hiring a professional to handle lawn care services versus taking a do-it-yourself (DYI) approach. Each option has it benefits and draw-backs.  In this article, we’ll focus on the DYI approach to leveling your lawn.   Dips, Bumps and Lawn Potholes Call it what you want but areas of […]

Fall Lawn Care: Overseeding and Renovation

July 9, 2023

After a long dreary northern Illinois winter, I’m sure you’re like most homeowners – anxious at the first sighting of a robin to get out into the yard and get to work. There are certainly a lot of spring yard projects that you can and should do, but fixing or renovating the lawn is actually […]

How to Deal with Your Lawn During Drought

July 6, 2023

For most of us, the summer heat is something we looked forward to back in early February. But now that it’s here we often wish for a reprieve from the outdoor baking. Lawns that looked green, thick and lush a few short weeks ago are now brown, dry, patchy and thin. When the summer heat […]