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September 19th, 2022

To rake, or not to rake?

As the leaves start to fall the debate begins, to rake or not to rake? There are a few hot takes on the subject, each with their own seemingly valid reasoning. Raking Theory – You Must Remove The Leaves Off Your Lawn To Prevent Smothering Your Grass, Preventing Disease And Slowing Down New Grass Growth In The Spring. Raking Is Your Only Option. The Leaves Are Usually Bagged And Sent To The Landfill. Leaf Mulching


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September 14th, 2022

It’s Almost Fall! – What should you be checking for maintenance this season?

Exterior Maintenance Check foundation for cracks and caulk around the areas where masonry meets siding, where pipes or wires enter the house, and around the windows and door frames to prevent heat from escaping. “Caulking and sealing openings is one of the least expensive maintenance jobs,” says Michael Hydeck, Hydeck Design Build, Inc., Telford, PA, and National President, National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI). “Openings in the structure can cause water to get in


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