Category: Landscape

Investing in an Irrigation System to Save Money & Water

Saving Water and Money With Your Irrigation System

Not only is a modern sprinkler system a great way to keep your lawn lush and green, but it also serves as an opportunity to save big on your water bill. When maintained and used correctly, a sprinkler system can keep your lawn green while using far less water than a garden hose sprayer. So,… Read more »

4 Ways to Enhance Your Landscape Lighting

Landscaping lighting for your home

As the Holiday approaches us quickly, every year we try to make our landscape lighting better around our home or business. During the Holiday season, many homeowners and business owners dedicate some time to light up their landscape with beautiful lighting and decorations. Sometimes, it’s good to think about proper landscape lighting all year long…. Read more »

Four Things You’re Doing that Could Be Killing Your Lawn

Dead Grass on a Lawn in MA

We all want a lush, green lawn. Sometimes however, despite your best efforts, you wind up with a lawn that’s parched and brown. As we get into the colder season, these are some things to think about for when the nicer weather rolls around and you want to start improving your lawn. Here are a… Read more »

Small Front Yard? Here are a Few Creative Ideas

Small Front Yard? Here are a Few Creative Ideas

Do you have yard envy? When you pass by your neighbors’ gigantic front yard, with landscaping galore, don’t be jealous. With a few creative ideas, you can transform a small yard into something truly special. Bigger isn’t always better! As we get more into the Fall season, it’s important to start thinking about next year’s… Read more »

Why Do We Rake Leaves?

Why Do We Rake Leaves?

If you have a lawn with more than a tree or two, chances are you’ve wondered to yourself a time or two… “Do I really need to rake those leaves?” We’re sorry to disappoint you, but the answer is: yes, here’s why: Lawn Pride No one likes a messy, unkempt lawn, and during the fall… Read more »

Protecting Your Landscaping From Winter Weather

Protecting Your Landscaping From Winter Weather

There’s no doubt about it: winter weather can be harsh on your landscaping. But even if the days have turned cold already, you can still take some precautionary steps to protect your lawn from damaging winter weather. With these tips, your lawn will bounce back quickly when spring is back in bloom! With Fall quickly… Read more »

Fertilizing Your Lawn in the Fall Season

Fall is the Perfect Time to Fertilize

We’re still in the Summer season, but the Fall season is creeping up on us. You’ve most likely spent a long, fruitful spring and summer maintaining your property, but the work is not over yet. After a long summer of mowing your lawn and watering it, the Fall season brings some different lawn care and… Read more »

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 »

How to Know Which Mulch to Use

person laying mulch

There are many benefits with mulching your flower beds. There are also plenty of types of mulch you can choose from for a variety of different uses. Mulch provides several advantages to your landscape and your beds. It also is the icing on the cake when it comes to looks.  The Advantages of Using Mulch… 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 »

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 »