Adding a new walkway to your home or business is a great way to improve the aesthetic appeal of your landscape and grant guests better mobility around your property.
Here at Grow Pros Lawn Care, LLC, we offer walkway installation services for residential and commercial properties in South Bend, Granger, and Elkhart, IN.
When choosing how you want your walkway to look, you must consider various factors. Before settling on a final decision, you should think about the size, color, material, and shape of pavers you want for your walkway. If you're not sure where to start, check out this guide on choosing the right pavers for your new walkway.
When it comes to choosing the right paver material for your new walkway, you must consider the durability you will need. If you live in an area that experiences heavy rain- and snowfall, you will need to opt for materials that are built to withstand inclement weather.
Brick tends to wear down in harsh weather while stone and concrete hold up better.
You will also need to think about where your walkway is being installed. If it's going to be installed under a covered area, you may be able to get away with using a more delicate material. However, walkways that are installed in uncovered areas and will be receiving a high amount of foot traffic need to be constructed with...
Unsurprisingly, winter isn't the best time for a lawn to reach its full growth potential. In fact, this dreaded season may cause your lawn to deteriorate. You shouldn't take your chances and hope it bounces back on its own.
To take the probability out of your lawn making a comeback, we at Grow Pros Lawn Care, LLC offer you expert lawn restoration services that include aeration, hydroseeding, and more. Properties in South Bend, Granger, and Elkhart, IN can take advantage of our services year-round.
As we are in the middle of winter, you should become familiar with these three reasons why your property may require lawn restoration services in the spring.
Grass can go into dormancy and live through most types of weather conditions. It can even survive being under several inches of snow, as snow acts as an insulator. However, grasses that are left exposed to cold temperatures and harsh winds will undergo desiccation, or the loss of moisture. Your grass's roots will eventually freeze over and be unable to replace this lost moisture.
As winter draws to end, you can wait and see if your grass restores its health on its own. In some cases, you may require professional seeding services so your grass can reach its full growth potential.
Voles are small rodents that are active during the winter. Because they don't go into hibernation, they are on ...
We would like to announce our new website has been launched! We are very excited about new and existing customers being able to find us online, learn about our services and get in contact with us.
Part of our new website is a blog that we'll be utilizing to provide you with lawn care tips, reminders and other great lawn and landscaping information. We encourage you to join in and comment on our posts with your questions, opinions and requests.
Since we just launched the website, there are many things we'll be adding into the future. When you see or talk to us, let us know what you think! Your feedback is important as we strive to offer the best lawn service possible.
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