Creating and Maintaining a Perfect Lawn



With Spring still in swing, there’s no better time to start working on your lawn so you can enjoy it in the summer. Perfect lawns are the best accessory to a good-looking house. In fact, sometimes, it could even make or break the look of your home and determine whether or not people would even want to visit. After all, first impressions mean a lot to people. Your front lawn will be the first impression you put out for your visitors.

Let’s say that your lawn isn’t exactly a model image yet, and you want to change that—how would you begin? For many busy homeowners, the best way is to hire a lawn service. However, this can prove a little too costly for some. Thankfully, there are DIY guides for reviving your lawn over the spring or summer. With the right guide, you can have a good lawn that needs little maintenance to keep gorgeous.

Now, what if you already have a beautiful lawn? What would you need to do to make it look better or keep it the way it is? While weekend warriors and professionals alike have a number of tips to share with DIY enthusiasts, there is one tip that holds true among all of them: mow with a sharp blade. Mowing with a dull blade doesn’t just make the task ineffective—it also results in beat-up and sickly grass. So, don’t forget to check your mower’s blades at least twice a year.

If you think your lawnmower is really out of shape, though, come on down to Schewels and check out our selection of mowers to help you maintain your perfect lawn. You can definitely find great savings with our 2011 Lawn & Garden Sale featuring the latest from Yard-Man and MTD.

So, what are your tips for making the perfect lawn or garden? Any plans to revitalize your lawn this year? Feel free to share them with us in the comments.

Creating and Maintaining a Perfect Lawn
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