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By: Randy C.
Eye Care Lawn Services
I have used Eye Care Lawn Service since 2008, and I can not begin to tell you all of the great work that they have done on my property ( there is not enough space in this format). When we purchased our home all of the landscaping was over grown and to say it was a huge mess to sort out would be putting it lightly. But they were with us every step of the way, putting in new landscaping, French drains, transplanting, adding beautiful walk ways and stone path to flood plain areas, everything you can imagine. When we lived overseas for two years, they continued to do top notch work and kept us informed when our renters were doing something to damage our drive way (something our property agent failed to do). They pressure washed when it was needed, ordered flowers, pine straw, reseeded, etc... We never had to worry. Now we are living in Florida, our house is for sale in Atlanta, and they are still coming to the rescue! Our Real Estate agent was showing the house and discovered water in the basement, of course we were in a panic, imagining the worst (foundation issues), we called Jani, at the Eye Care office and told her what was going on, she called Stan, he went over the next morning, saw that it was an issue with a clogged gutter, which had come apart and was draining down the side of my house, going in through a window and flooding our basement floor. In the pouring rain (it has been raining for 2 weeks), Stan went on to the roof, unclogged the gutter, put the corner back together, went back to his home, brought back his wet dry vacuum, moved everything out that was stored in that area, vacuumed up all the water. Now none of these things that he did come under the duties of lawn service, but that is the difference between Eye Care Lawn Service and their competitors! I wish I could move Stan and Jani to Florida!
By: timsmith13
Phirst Class Yard Care
Great customer service , A+
Tips & Advices
Irrigation system advantages:
  • Lowers water bill and maintenance time with scheduled watering
  • Evenly distributes water
Irrigation system disadvantages:
  • Professionally installed systems cost between $3,000-$4,000 for a quarter-acre lot.
  • Some do-it-yourself systems cost up to $1,500 but are difficult to install.
  • You may need to call a professional electrician and plumber, adding $300-$600 to your project.
Some plants can stand up to the cold weather, like kale or pansies. These can be planted in the autumn or early winter. Other plants need to wait until the soil is warm and ready. Plant perennial flowers in mid-autumn or mid-spring. If you're planting from seed or sprout, you can generally find information about planting conditions on the package.
Why get artificial grass?
  • Cuts down on lawn maintenance
  • It's environmentally friendly since there’s no need to water.
  • Artificial grasses may be more attractive than real grass in drought-stricken areas.
Why stick to the real deal?
  • Artificial grass has a high upfront cost - $15 to $20 per square foot.
  • It can be difficult to install.
  • Inexpensive options might look unnatural.
  • It gets hot in the sun.
First, determine which pests you're dealing with. Mounds or tunnels indicate moles or voles. Apply castor oil to your lawn; they'll find another digging spot. Determine which bugs you have by pouring a bucket of soapy water onto the lawn. The bugs will surface so you can identify them. Milky spore and nematodes keep grubs and other bugs at bay. Insecticidal soap also works. The best way to prevent pests is with good yard maintenance. Certain bugs prefer overwatered lawns or yards with thatches. Regular mowing, watering, and dethatching discourage pests from moving in.
Fertilizer isn't always necessary, but it can keep your lawn looking lush and healthy. Use fertilizer with slow release nitrogen so it doesn't encourage weeds to grow. Keep in mind that overfertilizing can spur weed growth. However, under-fertilizing can result in weak grass, which gives weeds more space to take root.

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