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Before digging in Illinois be sure to call 811, JULIE 800-892-0123 or CHICAGO DIGGER 312-744-7000 to avoid buried utilities
Whether you are preparing to install a tree, pond, hedge, drainage system, new concrete or even a road side mailbox be sure to call 811 (or your local One-Call system) to learn if there are any buried utilities (electric, natural … Continue reading
Chicago area underground flood control systems, sewer repairs, emergency utility work and the necessary landscape related repairs that follow!
The damage done to a mature lawn or landscape (in particular) after a major sewer repair, drainage improvements or new flood control system has been installed can be minimal or quite extreme. Plant material, lawns, irrigation systems, retaining walls, pavement … Continue reading
You need to know the difference between a non-selective and a selective herbicide before you perform or authorize any herbicide application on your property. A non-selective herbicide kills all actively growing vegetation by contact or by a systemic mode of … Continue reading
Would you like to apply a crabgrass preventer to your lawn or plant grass seed……… please pick just one!
The challenge we turf grass managers face every spring season (in particular) is that in order to prevent the annual unwanted grassy weed called crabgrass from growing in a lawn we either need to maintain great turf grass density to … Continue reading
A great way to increase air, water and nutrient flow to your lawn’s root zone is by performing core aeration. Core aeration is a mechanical lawn improvement process where motor driven cylinder-like spoons are plunged into and shatter the soil thereby relieving compaction and reducing thatch build up. Half … Continue reading