Category: snow plowing
Last week we got our first taste of winter weather for the 2019-2020 ...
Winter Lawn Care 101
One Last Mow
If you are reading this prior to the first snowfall where you live, you may want to consider one final mow before the ground freezes. Making sure that your grass is short at the end of the season will protect new growth. Also, leaving grass too tall through winter can lead to burrowing animals damaging your lawn by creating dead spots and pulling up grass to create nests. If you don’t have time to mow or have already winterized your mowing equipment, call LawnGuru!
Fertilize For Winter
If you live in North America, there’s a good chance that your yard is made up of cool-season grasses like Bermuda or Bluegrass. If this is the case for your yard, you should fertilize your lawn before the first freeze. Late fall and early winter are the best times to fertilize your lawn because not only will you be replacing nutrients that have been lost from your soil during warmer months, but the fertilizer will remain in the soil and feed your lawn’s roots all winter long. Come spring, your lawn will be lush, green, and ready for some TLC from LawnGuru.
=&0=& your snow plowing business is completely different from marketing a lawn mowing business.
Snow Plowing Business vs. Lawn Mowing Business:
- Snow season is shorter than mow season.
- Snow doesn’t exactly fall at the same rate that grass grows.
- Snow services often take place at odd hours to ensure that customers’ driveways are clear by morning.
- Snow service is urgent and time sensitive, so the service window is much shorter.
Tips On Successfully Marketing A Snow Plowing