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Wednesday, Jul. 20th, 2016

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Posts from the ‘Seasonal Tasks’ Category

Friday, May. 15th, 2015

Top 10 Cleaning Hacks for Your Home

by TaskEasy

At TaskEasy we take great pride in making the outside of your home look absolutely beautiful. We want you to have a lawn that you can be proud of. But what about the inside of your home? Keeping your home clean can be a tedious task, but since we’re all about making your life easier, we’re going to share our 10 favorite cleaning hacks with you.   Get Those Difficult Spots with Dryer Sheets You may have thought that dryer …
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Wednesday, Apr. 16th, 2014

Prune in Late Winter for Healthy Trees

by Sara Neal

Yard care might not be at the top of your mind right now, but late winter is the ideal time of year to prune the trees in your yard. Not only is it easier to see the shape and structure of your tree when it doesn’t have any leaves, it’s also best to prune in the winter and take advantage of Spring growth. Here are some steps to get you started: [pullquote align=”right” textalign=”left” width=”40%”]Tip: Are you just trying to …
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Wednesday, Mar. 19th, 2014

Clean Up Now for a Beautiful Summer Yard

by Jennifer Flanary

A healthy summer lawn starts in the spring. No doubt Old Man Winter has left your lawn bare and colorless. Early spring is the best time to examine your landscape and do some damage control. Flower Beds Start with a rake to remove leaves, dead foliage, and any snow mold. They can smother plants and harbor diseases. If you’ve applied a protective layer of mulch to your flower beds check to see if the ground is thawing. If the frost …
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Tuesday, Nov. 26th, 2013

Don’t Spend the Holidays in the ER: Holiday Lights Safety Tips

by Ryan Shattuck

Anyone who’s seen the movie National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation knows that decorating for the holidays can be hazardous to your health. In fact, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, hospital emergency rooms treat more than 12,500 people for injuries every year related to holiday lights, decorations, and Christmas trees. We don’t want you to be a statistic this season! Whether you hire TaskEasy to install your holiday lights for you, or whether you do them yourself, the following …
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Wednesday, Sep. 4th, 2013

6 Steps to Get Your Lawn Ready for Fall

by Ryan Shattuck

The slight chill in the air and the changing of the leaves can me just one thing: we’re approaching fall. Many homeowners assume they no longer need to worry about their lawn. However, with the cooler temperatures and occasional rainfall, the fall is the ideal time to prepare the lawn for next spring. These 6 tips will help maintain your lawn throughout the fall, and prepare it for next spring. (Source: Popular Mechanics) Keep on Mowing Continue to water and …
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