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16 Reasons That Show You've Hired A Great Lawn/Landscape Company

16 Reasons That Show You've Hired A Great Lawn/Landscape Company

Finding a great, local lawn/landscaping company can be a challenge for homeowners. The competition is tough in the Cary, Apex, and Morrisville, NC region, and most of the companies offer similar basic services. Be on the lookout for the small, but distinct, differences that may make a company like Wake Landscapes, stick out to you.

Compiled below are sixteen surefire ways to know you have hired a great lawn/landscape company!

#1. Phone Calls Are Answered

Your lawn and landscaping company should answer all phone calls that come through during normal business hours. Whether you have a question about your current plan, need to reschedule a service, or something else, it should be able to be handled over a simple phone call.

#2. You Are Given Service Reminders

Is it time for your fall or spring cleanup service? You do not have to worry about remembering... your service provider should give you service reminders. Choose a company that helps...

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Aeration: A Lesser Known Way to Grow a Thicker, Healthier Lawn

Aeration: A Lesser Known Way to Grow a Thicker, Healthier Lawn

While mowing your lawn weekly and fertilizing at the right time of year seems as though it will be the best for your lawn, you may be missing one crucial annual task. Aerating your lawn is a key to growing a thicker and healthier property in the Cary, Apex, Morrisville, and neighboring communities.

What is aerating? Aerating uses specialized machinery to create holes, or cores, in your lawn to allow nutrients, water, and oxygen to reach into your grass' root system. By pushing these vital elements to the roots of your grass, it encourages the grass to grow deeper roots, which in turn leads to thicker, greener, and healthier grass.

Some benefits of aerating your lawn include:

  • Oxygen, fertilizer, and nutrients are able to more easily reach the roots of the turf and create a deeper root system.
  • Thatch is disrupted and compacted soil is loosened.
  • Thick turf is able to withstand pest attacks and also crowd out weeds.
  • Gaining a thicker lawn.
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