When the cool temperatures arrive we all breathe a collective sigh of relief thinking that the arrival of fall means the end of annoying outdoor pests. While it’s true that pests tend to become less active in the fall but before they disappear completely for the winter they will be on the hunt for warm overwintering locations and that place just might be inside your home. In fact, fall is the time that you will experience the most indoor insects. These fall pest control tips should help you out.
Here we go again. It doesn’t seem that long ago that we were coming out of another long winter and getting ready for spring lawn care. Once again, the days are getting shorter and temperatures are taking a dip signaling the onset of fall, but before we start preparing for winter, it's time for some end of summer lawn care.
Michigan summers can be tough on our lawns. Soil compaction, drought, and high heat cause stress and damage to even the healthiest of lawns, over time. However, there is a way to restore your grass to the health and beauty that it had at the beginning of the summer: lawn aeration.
By the time fall rolls around here in Michigan, it’s not uncommon for our lawns to look a little rough. With the kids out of school and the constant weekend backyard barbeques, our lawns are dealing with a lot of stress. Giving your lawn a boost this fall will ensure it’s healthy next spring.