1. Aeration FAQ

    Everybody has memories of clomping over a lawn that’s caked in little dirt clods or “aeration noodles.” You know, those clumps of dirt and grass that are extracted from the earth. But many of us don’t really know why it’s important to aerate our yards. Now that fall is fast approaching—which is one of the best times to aerate by the way—it’s time to talk about aeration. As your lan…Read More

  2. Tips to Keep Your Lawn Lush, Despite Your Dog

    If you have a doggo running around your household (or a few puppers), then it’s likely that your lawn gets plenty of use. Dogs can tromp trails into your grass, they can leave dead spots where they decide to relieve themselves, they like to dig into the dirt, and of course, they leave plenty of “presents” for you to pick up. Now, you love your canine companion, but sometimes Gnarls Bark-Lee …Read More

  3. The Seed or Sod Debate

    If you’re considering a new lawn on your property, or if you’re simply revitalizing your current lawn, you may be debating between seeding and sodding your lawn. It’s a tough debate, and there’s no clear winner. Each method has its merits. So let’s talk about the pros and cons of each; we’ll let you decide which method is best for your lawn. Seeding Your Lawn For patchy grass, that has…Read More

  4. Spring Has Sprung, Get a Spring Cleanup!

    Over winter, your yard and landscape can take a beating. Bushes are unkempt. Dead branches hold onto their trees. Grass recuperates from the colder temperatures. It’s time to bring life back into your yard. It’s time to reinvigorate your landscape with a spring cleanup! Here at The Prestige Lawncare, we’re here to bring prestige back to your lawn (and landscape). That’s why we offer all of…Read More

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    More Tips for Keeping Your Lawn Looking its Best

    As Americans, we absolutely love our lawns. How much? Well, according to a 2005 study sponsored by NASA, the area covered by lawns within the United States is approximately 49,000 square miles. That makes lawns the largest irrigated crop by area in our country, and that’s an awful lot of lawn care. If you’re reading this, odds are you own your own little piece of those 49,000 miles. It’s you…Read More

  6. Tips for Keeping Your Lawn Looking its Best

    Some homeowners aren’t so great when it comes to the upkeep of their property. The lawn is always a little too long, and the house could really use a new paint job. Other homeowners will do enough to maintain the look and keep a reasonable appearance, but they might not have the time or the inclination to do much more than that. Then there is the third category of homeowner. Not a shingle out of…Read More

  7. How Not to Handle Winter Landscaping

    When people think of landscaping, their minds instantly go to a summer setting. A homeowner cutting the grass in the middle of August, or a crew industriously trimming shrubbery on a bright and sunny day. While that’s all true, in order to have a strong and healthy landscape, work needs to be done throughout the year. We know, yardwork isn’t always fun, especially if it’s not done on a glori…Read More

  8. The Pests That Are Destroying Your Lawn

    Pests can attack your lawn and leave you with a patchy, dirt-covered pit. If you see damage in your lawn that’s not caused by malnutrition, overwatering, underwatering, or too much or too little sunlight, it’s likely that you have some sort of pest doing all the damage. Let’s take a look at some of the pests that can dig up your lawn and damage your grass. These creatures thrive on lawns thr…Read More

  9. Are You Overwatering Your Lawn?

    Is your lawn looking less than lush? Do you find that no matter how much you water it, your lawn just won’t thrive? Well, unfortunately, it may be overwatering your lawn that is the initial problem. Let’s take a look at signs that you may be overwatering your lawn, as well as the best ways to water your lawn. Visible Water Runoff If you can see water runoff coming from your lawn, it means that…Read More

  10. Caring for New Sod

    If you’ve just laid a fresh patch of new sod, it’s likely that your landscape is looking lovely for the first time since you’ve moved in, and that’s an exciting time! But right off the bat, it’s more important than ever to keep a close eye on the health of your newborn lawn. Laying sod can be shocking for the grass, so it’s important to take extra special care with your new sod in its …Read More