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Mowing Length

It is a very common misconception that you should cut your grass short – after all, it means more time between cuts, right? Wrong! You should cut your grass at the highest setting of your mower. Why? Think back to elementary school science class. The food for plants is the soil its roots are in, the water the soil gets, and the sunlight its leaves receive. If you cut your grass short, there is…

Mulch Mulch Mulch!

We have three varieties of bark mulch in stock now! A hemlock blend that is a deep, rich red that looks great if you want that traditional feel for your property. A beautiful cocoa brown that gives your mulch beds a natural look. And, a deep black that looks great for homes with a gray foundation or as a neutral tone under a flower bed.

If you question the safety of the dyes used in…

Granite Mailbox Post

We have the equipment to install granite mailbox posts, granite light posts and granite stairs. If you’d like to improve the look of your property with some granite, let us…

Brush Hogging

We have a fleet of tractors that can do work ranging from brush hogging field and mowing large properties to grading driveways and small roads. Is your dirt driveway full of pot holes from this winter? Do you have ruts from the mud season? Give us a call or send us an email and we can schedule an…

Bark Mulch

We just got our bark mulch this week! If you would like mulch installed or just delivered as a DIY project, give us a call at (603) 554-6109 or ema…

Pool Patios

Do you have a pool? Is the patio around your pool dated and in need of repair? Give us a ca…

Enjoy your summer

If you’d rather be enjoying your summer spending time with family and friends than doing yardwork, call us today for an estimate on regular lawn mowing. Our professionals will keep your lawn maintained beautifully and eliminate the worry cutting your grass when you have plans at the beach, lake, or…

New Equipment!

We recently purchased a Bobcat Mini-Excavator from Bobcat of New Hampshire in Hudson, NH. They were a pleasure to work with and the machine will allow us to install walkways and patios muc…

Fruit Tree Pruning

It might be the last thing on your mind in this cold weather, but now is the perfect time to prune your fruit trees. Right now, while your apple or pear tree is dormant for the cold winters here in New England, you can remove the dead or diseased limbs. It’s also a great time to tell which limbs may be dead because the strong winds and heavy snowfalls may have snapped the branches.

So either…

Avoiding injuries when shoveling

Back strains are one of the most common injuries that come from shoveling snow. To avoid these types of injuries, follow these tips.

Shovel snow as soon as possible after the snowfall, especially at night. The longer the snow is left on the ground in the cold weather, the more likely it will freeze and become heavier to shovel. If possible, shovel a few times during a heavy snowfall to lessen…