The Holiday Season sneaks up fast.  Try these 5 tips to amp up your decorative display (without the wattage)!:

1. Invest in Commercial quality LED lights: There is simply no reason not to.  They come in a wide array of colours including the classic ‘warm white’ that matches the colour of an incandescent bulb.  And even more, [click to continue…]


What steps should we take this fall so that our grass looks good next summer? Client Questions

August 25, 2015

Hi there. We just moved into a nice place in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The grass is in pretty bad shape. There are several sections of bald spots (mostly under tree cover), weeds interspersed (mostly along the flower beds), and just a general lack of robustness. An old woman was living in the house by herself […]

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Faulty Sprinkler pipes? Install Irrigation pipes deep, right from the beginning!

January 13, 2015

Unfortunately there are still too many fly-by-night sprinkler companies. The only thing they do well is to make your lawn and garden wet.  The result is that you pay the price, with excess and unnecessary water usage, plants that die, lawns that don’t respond well, wasted water etc. You get the picture.  But if you […]

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WORLDS BIGGEST Christmas Colouring Contest PRIZE!

November 14, 2014

That’s right, LawnSavers Professional Christmas Lighting and Decorating Specialists are sponsoring the biggest prize in Kids Christmas Colouring Contests ever!* YOUR KIDS CAN WIN a $3500.00 Christmas Decoration package for your family home by Entering our Christmas Colouring Contest today!!

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2014 Christmas Parade Calendar & Planner (Greater Toronto Area including Barrie)

October 22, 2014

If you didn’t know by now, LawnSavers LOVES Christmas and also Santa Claus parades in the Greater Toronto Area!   We love Christmas so much that we actually spend all of November and December bringing joy to the cities we service by professionally designing, installing lights and decorating homes and businesses with a flair that […]

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What are all these little trees growing in my grass?

May 14, 2014

From: Richard Sent: May 14, 2014 11:44 AM To: Kyle Tobin Subject: weeds or saplings in lawn  I have this weird plant growing in my lawn, is it possible to have somebody come by to spray?

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Animals digging up your lawn in the Spring? Client questions

March 31, 2014

Hi Jenny & Kyle, We have had some Grubs over the years & the skunks come in and start digging around every spring. If we get the grub treatment will it stop this?? If we get this when would you apply it. Please advise. Thanks,   Mr. B…

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When do you take down your Christmas Lights!

March 28, 2014

So you barely wanted to venture outside this winter with all the snow and bitter cold? Well at this time of year (and in the summer for that matter) conversation often turns to commentary surrounding when to take down those Christmas lights.  If the snow is melting, you really ought to have considered taking down […]

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What’s the loud boom I hear in my lawn? Frost quakes

January 4, 2014

That’s right, your lawn isn’t wrestling with eating too much over the holidays, but it is making strange, loud and unusual noises, deep down below.

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The Snow is melting, whats wrong with my lawn? Snow Mould!

March 30, 2013

Here is a common question we’ve received in the past week, snow mould is  pretty normal after a winter with lots of snow. (But it can be very damaging) I used your services last year and am about to renew, but noticed my lawn doesn’t look like the others on the street.  All lawns are a brownish colour, but […]

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Protected: Thanks For voting us readers choice Best Lawn Care winner again!

February 1, 2013

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January 30, 2013

Crazy for us to say this, but we don’t think everyone should hire LawnSavers.  And not just because we think we’re different, have cooler looking trucks & well trained super nice award-winning staff!  It’s because when it comes to organic lawn care, it truly is a lawn care partnership if you want results. Read our […]

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Is it beneficial to begin lawn care in the Fall?

September 12, 2012

A very common question we receive about lawns every year once the kids go back to school. My answer: Absolutely! Lawns will actually do their best growing for the next 3 months (September, October and November).  It’s the best part of the growing season with warm soils and cooler ambient temperatures. This is when turf grass […]

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Why have all these mushrooms appeared on my lawn?

September 10, 2012

Cool, damp weather after bouts of high  heat encourage fungus growth on  lawns. High, lingering overnight humidity and dampness is also an open invitation, so we strongly discourage watering in the evening. We’ve finally had some long and heavy soaking rains in Late august and September. So we have seen an unusual amount of mushrooms sprouting.

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2012 Summer of No Rain! (or Turfageddon)

July 16, 2012

July 16th 2012: (Observations from the field in the Greater Toronto Area and Southern Ontario) Spring arrived much earlier than normal in 2012 with a beautiful taste of warm summer weather as early as the middle of March in many regions of Southern Ontario. The only problem is that it skipped the “April Showers bring May […]

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