VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwired - February 23, 2017) - West Coast Lawns & Gardens (WCLG) offers exceptional lawn and garden care to busy clients. After a particularly rough winter, it may take a little effort to get a lawn back into shape. A new blog from the local landscapers offers DIY homeowners the scoop on the best practices for lawn maintenance. For more, go to: http://www.westcoastlawns.ca/lawn-maintenance-best-practices/.
Keeping a lawn in top-notch shape requires constant maintenance. Healthy lawns need mowing, feeding, and watering, but practices such as overseeding are also important.
Overseeding is important to maintain thick and prosperous turf. Areas of heavy traffic, pet use and recreational areas will require the wear and tear put on the grass area to be remediated by adding to the grass density. A thick turf also crowds out weeds and makes it difficult for them to take hold and reproduce. Vigorous and dense turf will out compete for nutrients and sunlight making the need for chemical weed control almost non-existent.
Other topics the blog touches on are best practices for watering, feeding, and mowing a lawn.
Although many people have lawns, caring for them can be time consuming and costly, particularly for those who don't have ready access to the right tools and supplies. The Lawn Maintenance Specialists at West Coast Lawns are always ready to help by providing comprehensive care for residential and commercial lawns. From commercial landscape design to residential lawn cutting, WCLG has you covered!
From commercial landscape design to residential lawn cutting, WCLG can help. Request a quote page to get started.
About the Company
Started in 2006 by Founder Brad Carlsen, West Coast Lawns & Gardens has evolved into a team of landscaping professionals that handles both residential and commercial landscaping jobs, including strata landscape design and maintenance. With a special focus on customer service, West Coast Lawns & Gardens provides top level landscape horticulture services across North Vancouver, Burnaby, and West Vancouver.