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Pest Control

Image is Everything

The very first thing that any visitor to your business will see is your landscape. When it comes to existing customers, as well as prospective clients, making the best first impression is crucially important. A welcoming and beautiful commercial landscape can accomplish exactly that.

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Easy-to-Grow Plants That Repel Mosquitos

It isn’t uncommon in South Florida for homeowners and their friends or family to gather around outside for a cookout, a few drinks, and even just to talk. Everything seems perfect in our beautiful weather. Unfortunately, it isn’t long before feeling something crawling on your leg and an unpleasant sensation that results from THE MOSQUITO BITE.

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Pro Spring Gardening Tips from the Best Lawn Care Professionals Around

February is in the rearview mirror, and by now the birds are certainly chirping, and the sun is shining nice and warm in the sky. This can only mean one thing, spring is near, and it is time to start prepping our lawns for fresh warm-weather growth.

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Always Remove Stumps from Your Yard

Trees represent beautiful, as well as essential property assets. Unfortunately, they may also succumb to a wide variety of ailments. These might include disease, drought, wind damage, and lightning strikes. When trees experience significant damage or die, you need swift tree removal.

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Prepare Your Lawn for the Winter Weather

Even in a warm climate like South Florida, it isn’t uncommon for our landscaping to fall by the wayside as temperatures begin to drop. We may not contend with snow-covered, frosted ground like our friends in the north, but many Floridians abstain from spending time outside when the climates reach the sub-50’s.

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