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Why (and How) Do Weeds Spread?

July 13, 2018

Having a lawn (and garden) filled with weeds can be one of the most frustrating things, especially if you take pride in your property like we do! How do these weeds take over an entire lawn in no time at all? It seems like one day the lawn is fine, and then a week later…

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How Do I Keep Animals From Eating My Garden?

June 27, 2018

If you’ve ever tended your own garden, you know how amazing it feels when your plants grow, flowers bloom, and fruits and vegetables ripen. You put a lot of work into starting and maintaining your garden, so wear all of that dirt under your fingernails as a badge of honor! One of the WORST feelings…

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What’s the Best Way to Water My Lawn?

June 13, 2018

Does your lawn not look as green, healthy, and full as you want it to look? This happens each and every year and you’re probably wondering what you’re doing wrong. Lawns need a lot of different things from YOU in terms of maintenance, but the most important thing they need is a good watering routine.…

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Which Garden is Right For My Home?

June 4, 2018

The weather is getting warmer and warmer — do you know what that means? Yes, you’re right! It’s time to focus more on your property and the gardens that make it look so fabulous! Wait, you don’t have an extravagant garden surrounding your home? Don’t fret! Our team here at Ambrosio can go over garden…

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dethatching can take the yellow out of your lawn

What is Dethatching (and Does My Lawn Need It)?

May 7, 2018

Are you sick and tired of having a lawn that looks dead half of the time? Does your lawn have a mix of dead-looking yellow grass mixed in with the green grass? If so, you probably have a built-up layer of thatch that needs to be removed. What is Thatch? In the simplest of terms,…

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clogged gutters lead to damaged lawns

How Spring Rain Can Hurt Your Lawn

April 12, 2018

Spring is the season of rain, some more rain, and you guessed it — even more rain! Your lawn needs this rain during its growing season in order to flourish this year. However, this rain can severely hurt your lawn and prevent it from ever reaching its full potential. It’s not the sheer amount of…

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aerating your lawn is a very important piece of its maintenance

Should I Be Aerating My Lawn?

April 9, 2018

When you drive by a house, what’s something you instantly notice that can make or break its curb appeal? The lawn. A discolored, dead-looking lawn can make the nicest of homes and landscapes look unattractive. While a well-maintained, green lawn can make you fall in love with a property at first glance. In order to…

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very homeowner should have their garden and lawn tools clean and organized

How to Clean Your Garage and the Tools Inside It

March 7, 2018

Depending on your habits, cleaning your garage could feel like a piece of cake or it could feel like an exercise in futility — either way, it’s got to be done. (Especially if the condition of your garage could earn you a guest appearance on Hoarders.) An unkempt and inappropriately used garage is a horrible…

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broken trees can sometimes be salvaged and other time they can't

What to Do When a Tree Splits

January 16, 2018

During the winter, snowstorms with harsh winds and heavy snowfall can cause damage to the trees on your property. After each storm, you should inspect your property to ensure no damage was sustained. If any of your trees become damaged, it’s important to know when trees are capable of saving, and when you should say…

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decorating your home for the holidays can be easy if you know what to do

Tips to Help You With Your Outdoor Holiday Lights

December 7, 2017

Are you ready to start putting up your holiday lights? Before you go ahead and get started, take a few seconds to sit down and read this blog. Why, you might ask? The family here at Ambrosio is going to provide you with a few tips that ALL homeowners should know before hanging their exterior…

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