Why You Should Fertilize Your Lawn

Why You Should Fertilize Your Lawn

You’ve likely heard that adding fertilizer to your lawn can have many benefits, but does it really make that big of a difference? The simple answer is yes. Adding fertilizer into your lawn care routine will help strengthen your lawn and improve your soil. Plus, there isn’t much effort required. Here are some tips as […]

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3 Spring Lawn Care Tips

3 Spring Lawn Care Tips

The sun is shining and birds are chirping – spring is about to be sprung! Here in Indiana, we’re anxious to get outside and soak up the rays. But along with nicer weather, of course, comes lawn maintenance. Taking the proper steps in the springtime can ensure a beautiful, green lawn during the summer months. […]

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Snow Removal Contracts

What Is Included in a Snow Removal Contract?

Each year, Greenworks Lawn Care provides snow removal to the residents of Carmel, Fishers, and the surrounding areas. We’ve been providing this service for home and business owners since 1997, so we know all about the best practices and procedures for combating winter weather in a safe and timely manner. Today, we’re discussing what is […]

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Preparing for Winter

It’s Time to Prepare for Winter

Winter weather in the midwest is unpredictable at best. One day, we may have sunny skies and mild temperatures, and the next, we wake up to a foot of snow on the ground. The best anyone in the midwest can do is to be as prepared as possible, and try to stay ahead of the […]

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It's Time for Fall Aeration

Schedule Aeration Services Today!

Fall is right around the corner here in Indiana, so it’s time to schedule your aeration services with Greenworks Lawn Care. Aeration is the practice of punching small plugs or cores into the lawn in order to create openings in the turf to allow water and air to penetrate the soil. Aeration is a very […]

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Indiana Lawn Care

Lawn Care Problems Commonly Found in Indiana

Across our great Nation, different states have different issues when it comes to lawn care. Things like temperature, precipitation, and soil quality vary greatly from state to state, so it makes sense that lawn care needs would also differ. In Indiana, our climate and soil are perfect for growing corn and soybeans, but maintaining a […]

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Summer Lawn Care

It’s Time for Summer Lawn Care

Summer in Indiana is a time to celebrate. School is out for the season and families get to enjoy extra time together experiencing outdoor fun. However, the beginning of summer also means it’s time to start getting serious about your lawn care plan. If you have plans to spend the summer outside in your yard, […]

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Greenworks Pest Control

Greenworks Now Offers Pest Control

The temperatures have started to warm up in Indiana, so homeowners are starting to plan for their spring and summer lawn care. However, there is nothing worse than working hard to achieve a gorgeous, green lawn only to have it ruined by pests because not only do certain insects threaten the health of your lawn, […]

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Winter Safety Tips

Top 3 Winter Safety Tips

The thing about winters in the Midwest is that they’re unpredictable. One day you might be enjoying a mild, sunny Indianapolis day, the next you’ve got four inches of snow blanketing your driveway. That’s why our team at Greenworks Lawn Care believes that precautions must be taken ahead of time to ensure the safety and […]

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The Value of Professional Snow Removal

3 Reasons Why You Need Professional Snow Removal

As fall comes to a close and winter weather starts to show its snowy face, the time to make a snow removal plan is here. Even though residents of Indianapolis deal with snow every year, somehow we are all guilty of waiting until we see those first few flakes before we dig out our snow […]

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