5 Reasons Your Dog Could Be Eating the Soil in Your Yard

May 13, 2024 | Grub Control

Have you ever caught your furry friend chowing down on the dirt in the yard and wondered, “Why is my dog eating the soil?” You’re not alone. Many dog owners have experienced this puzzling behavior and are left scratching their heads, trying to figure out why their beloved pup would eat dirt. The professionals here at ArborLawn love rich, healthy lawns as much as the next homeowners, and here is why your dog loves it even more.

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5 Steps to Take if You Come in Contact with Poison Ivy

July 6, 2023 | Lansing

As homeowners, we diligently care for our properties to keep them looking beautiful. Unfortunately, not all plants are friendly, and one of the most notorious is poison ivy. Poison ivy causes itching, burning, and even blistering and is a plant we often see in lawns with wooded areas. So, here are five steps you should take if you come in contact with poison ivy, brought to you by your friends at ArborLawn.

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How to Get Your Lawn Out of the Mud

February 8, 2023 | Jackson

It can be incredibly frustrating to have a lawn that is constantly muddy and filled with holes. If your lawn is experiencing this issue, you’re probably wondering what you can do to get it back in shape this spring. The good news ArborLawn is here to restore your lawn and make sure it stays healthy going forward. Read on for our top tips on getting your lawn out of the mud!

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Bring Some Light Into Your Life This Holiday Season

November 10, 2022 | Hillsdale

The holiday season is a time for family, friends, and, most importantly, fun! But what’s the best way to spread holiday cheer? We think it’s by decking the outdoors with beautiful, professional holiday lighting! So, here are just a few reasons why you should consider the holiday lighting services from ArborLawn this year.

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Your 3 Mosquito Control Options

May 13, 2022 | Bug Barrier Program

Mosquitoes are one of the most aggravating insects on the planet. They buzz and bite, making your outdoor living spaces unbearable at times. Thankfully, ArborLawn has some great mosquito control options for homeowners. Of course, treating mosquitoes early is always best, but even treatments throughout the year can help keep your family safe. So, here are some of our best options when it comes to mosquito elimination on your property.

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Pre-Emergent Weed Control: Facts vs Myths

April 11, 2022 | Fertilization

Weeds are a common problem for homeowners and their lawn care routines. There are many weed control methods, but one of the most popular is a pre-emergent herbicide. This type of herbicide kills weeds before they even have a chance to grow! However, there are many myths about pre-emergent and spring weed control. ArborLawn is here to dispel some of these myths and give you the facts about your spring fertilization!

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Reviving Your Lawn After the Snow Melts

March 10, 2022 | Jackson

Michigan winters feel long and cold. The season also comes with plenty of snow to cover the lawns. So, once the first sign of spring hits and all the snow has melted, most homeowners are ready to get outside. However, your lawn requires some tender love and care following winter. So, here are some ways ArborLawn can help revive your lawn this spring.

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Important Questions to Ask a Holiday Lighting Pro

December 9, 2021 | Holiday Lighting

The holidays are a magical time, and adding holiday lighting to your business just adds to the festivities. But, how can you be sure you’re getting great service from the right holiday lighting professionals? Well, at ArborLawn, we take pride in creating a stunning holiday lighting display for your business. We also know the importance of regular maintenance, so you can go on enjoying all the holidays have to offer. Still, we’re not afraid to answer some of your most important questions, including any of these below.

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3 Signs You Have Lawn Grubs

April 13, 2021 | Grub Control

Grub season is right around the corner, and you need to be prepared. Lawn grubs, also known as white grubs, are the larvae stage of various beetle species and insects. While healthier grass can usually withstand the feeding frenzy of grubs, others aren’t so lucky. Thankfully, the team at ArborLawn can help with grub treatment, and it usually starts in mid-June to late July. If you begin to notice any of these symptoms in your lawn, you have lawn grubs.

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3 Types of Winter Shrub Damage

February 22, 2021 | Lansing

Michigan winters can be harsh. Not only do we get several inches of snow, but we also experience bitter arctic blasts and the occasional ice storm. All of these elements can take their toll on your outdoor shrubs. Younger bushes are especially vulnerable, due to shallow root systems and young bark. With proper shrub care during the summer and fall months, you can help protect your landscaping from winter damage. Yet, many homeowners call ArborLawn in the spring, looking for help to fix the physical damage of winter. Here are the most common types of winter damage we see.

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