Spring Time Maintenance in Your Homeowner Association

Ahhhhh…spring! Thoughts of lovers turn to love and those of landscaper contractors turn to growing things, like the lawn. It’s time to weed, fertilize, remove moss and reseed to get it up and growing again. For homeowner associations, this usually means the landscape contractor has also been busy for weeks firing up the irrigation system, thatching, doing drainage corrections, removing and replacing dead plants, sweeping, blowing and mowing. There’s a lot to do. And there’s a lot to know about how to do it right.   Read the article……….


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