Excess water in your lawn hinders sod and plant growth, fosters breeding grounds for bacteria and pests, and just plain looks bad. You don’t like having a soggy lawn, but you won’t know what to do about it until you can identify why you have so much water on your lawn.

Making your home’s property look tidier and inviting is a perfect New Year’s resolution. Your grounds will become cleaner and stand out from your neighbors’ property. You’ll feel refreshed and ready to tackle the rest of the resolutions on your list. What better way to start off 2019 than by creating a totally new look for the outside of your home?

Pruning might not sound like a complicated task; you’re just hacking away at dead or dried-looking branches and overgrowth, right? Like many other homeowners, you may try to tackle the pruning of your shrubs, trees, and flower bushes in the autumn when you winterize other aspects of your property.