Recent Blog Posts

Renting Guide to Rototilling

While driving through upstate New York recently one thing was very clear, it was tilling season. Gardeners and farmers all around are beginning to fire up their tillers and prepare their flowers and vegetables for the warmer months to come. Tillers are used for more than just turning soil.

When You Should Aerate Your Lawn

When lawns start to look unhealthy, aeration might be the best solution. When a lawn is aerated, small cores of dirt are removed form the ground, giving the lawn more oxygen, water and room to grow. For those of you who want to consider lawn aeration, you have a couple of options. You can either hire a lawn care service or you can consider doing it yourself.

 Landscape Like a Pro

A sod cutter (shown) is a great landscaping tool that can easily turn a homeowner into a landscape designer. Sod cutters can be used for a variety of landscaping applications including sidewalks, stepping stones, flower beds and ponds. You'll discover that using a sod cutter is much more productive than using a spade.

Getting started with lawn aeration

Lawn aeration can help grass that looks unhealthy become much greener and carpet-like. So who wouldn’t want to do it if it’s needed? Here are some tips from Dawn West from All About Lawns on what you should do to aerate your lawn. Evaluate your grassFirst off, talk to someone familiar with landscaping to figure out whether you have a warm or cold-season type grass. For cool, you would aerate in the fall.