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Caring For Your Yard in the Fall

The picturesque verdant lawn with accompanying garden, rife with eclectic herbs, flowers and vegetables…this is the image most elicited upon hearing the word “lawn,” but oftentimes, depending on your climate, that phase of a lawn's life cycle may only last a few months. To increase the quality of...

Power Raking

Power raking, also known as dethatching, is a great way to improve the healthiness and look of your lawn. Similar to aerating your lawn, power raking your lawn can improve water and nutrient flow to the roots and stimulate new growth in your lawn. Power raking accomplishes this goal by raking up...

Renting Summer Storm Equipment

When it comes to the beautiful summer weather, we learn to take the good with the bad. Sometimes though, Mother Nature tends to get a bit too cranky. Whether she throws us a typical summer storm or even hits us a little harder, it’s best to know what to do. Below, we share some before and after...

Spring Tune Ups for Equipment

Spring is arriving everywhere, which means it’s time to start all preparations for the warm weather to come. During the colder months, a lot of the tools and equipment that’s used during the spring and summer is neglected for a long period of time.  However, the beginning of spring is the perfect...

A New Bathroom for a New Year

While most of us use spring and summer to focus on outdoor projects and lawn maintenance, winter can be a great time to turn your attention indoors. This winter, why not take on a bathroom remodel as your New Year’s resolution! We often see our clients turn a blind eye to indoor projects; and...

Pre-Winter Checklist

The time you have to prepare your home for colder weather is dwindling. Before you know it winter will be in full swing; if your house isn’t prepared for the season repairs and maintenance could become more difficult and more expensive. So take a moment to consider this pre-winter house checklist...

Four leaf blowing tips

Leaf blowing can be an excellent alternative to trying to rake or sweep up leaves. Based on the amount of raking you need to do, renting or owning a leaf blower could be an option that you may want to consider. If you do decide to get one, or you already have it, here are four tips for its use:Dry...

 If It's In the Air, Use a Lift

Aerial lifts are among the most popular rental items for good reason. They offer huge productivity gains over ladders and scaffolding. Whether for construction or maintenance, lifts enable trained operators to reach everything that's up in the air.Things to Decide Before You Rent:Depend on your...