Snow… In July?!

Snow… In July?!

While you’re soaking up the sun, swimming through the humidity, and enjoying the beauty of summer flowers, snow and wintry weather are likely the last things on your mind. As you know though, it’s always best to plan ahead, and now is the time to start thinking about...
Summer… Coming In Hot!!!

Summer… Coming In Hot!!!

The official start of summer is tomorrow, but we’ve already been experiencing summer-like weather for the last few weeks. Just less than two months ago, temperate weather and excessive rainfall was the story, but so far in June, our average high temperature has been...
Rain, Rain, Go Away

Rain, Rain, Go Away

Water is one of the most important things for making our grass and landscape plants healthy. Alas, too much of a good thing can lead to problems. The Indianapolis area has received over 5” of rain in the past week, with the potential for 2 more inches over the next...
The Impact of an Early Spring on Your Landscape

The Impact of an Early Spring on Your Landscape

  Indiana weather is nothing if not unpredictable! While we can all enjoy the record-breaking warmth we have had this February, it does have some potential effects on the coming landscape season… More Mowing Occurrences Based on agricultural growing degree days, we...
Preparing Your Facility for the Upcoming Winter

Preparing Your Facility for the Upcoming Winter

Winter can become a never ending burden for facilities managers. Heavy snow and ice and extreme temperatures can lead to power outages and potential safety issues. Fortunately, there are steps you can take in fall to prepare your facility for the frigid winter....
5 Tips for Running a Smooth and Efficient HOA Meeting

5 Tips for Running a Smooth and Efficient HOA Meeting

Homeowners Association (HOA) meetings can be approached from two perspectives: As an opportunity to improve your neighborhood through the input of all residents, or as a burden that leaves attendees wishing they had stayed home to watch TV. As a board member, its your...

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