Home Help: The science of lawn care made simple – Shared by your home remodeling contractor in Sugar Grove

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Home Help: The science of lawn care made simple

Posted Aug. 8, 2016 – Full Article and Credits Here.

As every good realtor will tell you, curb appeal and making a good first impression are fundamental in selling your house at the price you want. Therefore, having a well-kept lawn is key to your home’s value.

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Even if you’re not selling right now, a healthy lawn is a long-term investment that contributes to the overall value of your neighborhood and location. Those immaculate greens you see on golf courses or large estates are so pristine partially due to engineering and a scientific understanding of the soil and how grass grows. People go to college to specifically study the science of lawn care. The good news is, to get similar results, you don’t need men in lab coats to study your lawn. The basis of the best kept lawns in the world is the same as in your neighborhood: a lawnmower.

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