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Tuesday, May. 26th, 2015

Lawn Mower Safety Tips

by TaskEasy

Whether this is the first time you’ve mowed a lawn or the 50th, you can never be too careful. With sharp blades and heavy equipment, each year thousands of people are treated in the emergency room for lawn mower-related injuries. To avoid being a statistic, next time you start up the mower keep these safety tips in mind. Clear a Path Before you start the mower, take a walk around the areas you are going to cut to make sure …
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Friday, May. 22nd, 2015

Tips for Getting Your Yard Ready for Summer

by Sarah Beecroft - Email & Content Manager

As the days get warmer and trees begin to bloom, many homeowners will begin making plans to prepare their yards for the hot summer ahead. Preparing a yard for summer can feel like a daunting task but the good news? It doesn’t have to be.  The following tips will help your yard stay in peak condition throughout the summer.  Aerate Your Lawn Aerating your lawn before summer is extremely important because it allows water, oxygen, and nutrients to penetrate your grass …
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Thursday, May. 21st, 2015

8 Easy Yard Care Tips to Help Sell Your Home

by Colby Shosted

Increasing your home’s curb appeal is one of the most important parts to selling your home, it’s your potential buyer’s first impression – but did you know that most buyers won’t step foot out of their vehicle if the yard isn’t in good shape? To help you sell your home, we’ve come up with the most effective things you can do outside of your home to increase your home’s worth.     1: Shape Up Overgrown Trees and Shrubs If …
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Friday, May. 15th, 2015

Top 10 Cleaning Hacks for Your Home

by Sarah Beecroft - Email & Content Manager

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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Friday, Apr. 24th, 2015

The Best Bulbs to Plant in Spring

by TaskEasy

In order to get that gorgeous, colorful summer garden of your dreams, it’ll take a little planning. Spring is the time when you need to start thinking ahead and planting the bulbs you’d like to see bloom in the summer. These bulbs, tubers and corms will go a long way to brighten up your landscape with very little effort. To see which of these flowers will bloom beautifully in your plant hardiness zone, double check your zone here at the …
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Tuesday, Apr. 14th, 2015

Tips on Organizing Your Garden Shed

by TaskEasy

Now that spring is in full swing, you’re probably spending a lot of time in your garden planting, watering and weeding. Like the nastiest of weeds, we know your garden tools can get pretty  tangled up, so you end up spending more time searching for your hand trowel than actually in the garden! To help you make your time in the garden more efficient and fun, we’ve put together a list of tips on how to organize your garden shed, …
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Friday, Apr. 10th, 2015

Organic Fertilizers vs. Chemical Fertilizers

by Sarah Beecroft - Email & Content Manager

Fertilizing is an essential part of a thick and healthy green lawn. Our lawns are like us when it comes to needing nutrients to thrive and combat illness. So, maybe you’ve come to the conclusion that a healthy lawn is important to you, but what do you use? With so many options on the market, the answer can be hard to find. We’re going to break down the differences between organic and chemical fertilizers and weigh the pros and cons …
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Monday, Apr. 6th, 2015

6 Easy Tips on How to Conserve Water Outside Your Home

by Colby Shosted

Doing your part to conserve water is important to the overall well-being of your community and it helps protect the earth. You may already be taking steps inside of your home to conserve water such as taking shorter showers, turning off the faucet when you are brushing your teeth, and insulating your water pipes. Whatever you are doing inside of your home, try replicating your water conservation efforts on the outside of your home by using our tips below. 1. …
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Monday, Mar. 30th, 2015

How to Build a Raised Flower Bed

by Bryce Sloat

Constructing a beautiful garden may seem like a daunting task, but really all it takes is a few tools and materials, a small space, and a few hours of your time to be able to enjoy years of fresh vegetables and colorful flowers all to yourself. We’re going to be building a standard garden bed with wood; however you may also use pavers, blocks, or stone for this small project. Be advised that if you are to be planting vegetables …
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Monday, Jul. 28th, 2014

5 Tips to Make Your Yard Sale a Success

by Jennifer Flanary

In the warmer months, yard sales are a fun and easy way to de-clutter your yard and home while making some extra money. Easy as it may be, it’s not always as simple as displaying your wares on the lawn and hoping for a good turn-out. If you think gems like your great-aunt’s porcelain bear collection or your “antique” vacuum cleaner are all you need to attract the crowds, then these tips are for you. These simple additions and a …
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