Fresh paint on a house looks great. A new driveway really shines. And a white picket fence tells the story of the American dream. But none of it is impressive when you have an ugly, brown lawn. Green grass says something about your house. It lets the neighbors know that you take pride in your possessions. And, perhaps most importantly, it just looks great.
The landscaping industry is a nearly $80 billion business. That’s no mistake. People want the first impression of their property to be a good one, and they’re will commit resources to make it happen. It’s such an important aspect of owning a home that some neighborhood associations have laws mandating care. With all that money flowing around, you know that somebody (or everybody) is charging big bucks to clip a few blades of grass.
Alright, so it’s slightly more complicated than that, but it’s still not rocket science. If you’re even remotely dedicated to making your yard look great, you can do it in half the time for half the cost of your neighbors. All you need are a few inside tips-and we happen to have them.