Preventing Erosion from Happening to Your Lawn

Landscaped Flower Beds

Water is a necessary ingredient for a healthy, green lawn. As is the case with many things in life however, it’s possible to have too much of a good thing. When large volumes of water flow across the surface of your lawn, it can erode the landscape and undo all your hard work. Sloped surfaces… Read more »

Tick Bite Prevention Tips for Gardeners

Tick on a Leaf

Gardening and landscaping in the spring is one of the chores that requires getting a little sweaty and dirty if you really want to make your landscape look nice. In the spring, the warming of weather also comes with the emergence of insects—especially, ticks, which typically emerge just as outdoor activities hit full swing. Here… Read more »

5 Ways to Conserve Water in the Garden

5 Ways to Conserve Water in the Garden

As much as you might love to spend time working in the flowerbeds, however, maintaining a garden can take a lot of water if you’re not careful. This year, we can make our gardens as water efficient as possible in just a few simple steps. Let’s start by adjusting our watering schedule. Water at the… Read more »

Understanding the Effects of Overwatering

Understanding the Effects of Overwatering

Watering is an integral part of your regular lawn care regimen. Thanks to advances in modern irrigation, keeping lawns well-hydrated is easier than ever. However, there is such a thing as overwatering your lawn, which can have negative effects on your lawn’s health. If you water your lawn regularly and still struggle with brown, unhealthy grasses, it… Read more »

Can Landscaping Increase Your Home’s Property Value?

Can Landscaping Increase Your Home’s Property Value?

Here at Suburban Lawn Sprinkler, we’ll never discourage you from adding landscaping to your home. Sprucing up your front yard can add great curb appeal to your home and make your friends, family and guests feel more comfortable when they visit. Adding landscaping to your backyard can give you a whole new living area where… Read more »

Don’t Forget Your Christmas Decorations!

Christmas decorations and lights on house

We understand that this year has been a little crazy. With the pandemic hitting the world, people out of work, school’s closed in many areas, and businesses struggling to make money, we just want an enjoyable holiday season this Christmas. If you have struggled to find time to put up your Christmas lights and decorations,… Read more »

How to Maintain Your Flower Garden

person holding flowers

There are plenty of tricks to maintaining your flower bed or garden without having to work too much bending over or standing outside for hours watering different beds. If you want to have the perfect flower bed, you’ll have to start with proper irrigation. A residential sprinkler system from Suburban Lawn Sprinkler can help maintain not only… Read more »

Now is the Time to Improve Your Yard

person gardening

Nurseries and vegetable farms around the country are seeing a rise in their sales due to people wanting to landscape their yard during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Many homeowners are limited to specific activities while staying home and staying safe, so they’re resorting to landscaping their yard, building vegetable and flower gardens, and improving their yard…. Read more »

5 Lawn Care Tips for Shaded Areas

5 Tips for Caring for Grass in Shaded Areas

A shaded lawn can make for a lovely setting to relax on a hot summer afternoon, but it can also present some unique lawn-care challenges. Most grasses require between six to eight hours of prolonged sunlight in order to thrive. Without enough light, grasses will thin, wither and have trouble recuperating from seasonal damage. By… Read more »

Natural Ways to Maintain an Eco-Friendly Lawn

Gardener working on flowerbed

It’s important to realize what chemicals and pesticides we are applying to our lawn. Many companies use toxic chemicals that are not healthy for the environment when it comes to lawn care. Don’t worry! There are plenty of ways you can do your part in helping the environment and maintaining a healthy and vital lawn. You… Read more »