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Your green lawn is a valuable part of your landscaping because it provides an area for outdoor play and entertainment for you and your family to enjoy. Could you imagine playing in a backyard that has knee-high grass filled with bugs and weeds? Yuck!
A healthy, green lawn helps your family relax, but it also increases the value of your property.
Did you know that with a well-designed and properly maintained landscape you can increase the property value of your home by 15% to 20%? For those who aren’t good at math, that turns a $500,000 home into a $575,000 home!
You realize that your lawn is an important investment so you’re definitely going to hire a professional lawn care company in St. Louis to handle it for you. But where should you begin?
Don’t leave the care and maintenance to just anyone. Find the best lawn care company in St. Louis to care for and protect your turf with these tips.
All Chesterfield, MO snow removal service providers are not created equal.
Our company mission statement is to: “provide top quality professional services for those who want the best!”
To meet our commitment, we strive to set ourselves apart from the competition through the Dowco Differences.
Here is just a taste of what you’ll receive when you choose us for your snow plowing and ice control needs this winter.
My husband Mark and I did this driving tour a while back:
It was fun- there were opportunities to view historic bridges and buildings in a scenic rural setting. Some of them you had to hunt to find, so kind of a scavenger hunt as well! We stopped off for lunch in Maeystown and walked through the town and had lunch. The entire town is a historic site, which was neat. It was a great, relaxing day.
Healthy lawns start with good soil that is rich in organic material.
Good soil structure consists of 50% solids, and 50% pore space for water and air. Soils in the St. Louis area tend to contain a lot of clay which lacks the proper pore space and tends to be short on organic material. Organic material increases nutrients in the soil, and provides habitat for earthworms and other beneficial soil organisms.