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Steps To Stop Crabgrass from Spreading The most important thing to do right now is to prevent the Crabgrass plants you have from spreading their seed. Pull what you can manually, especially along the edges of driveways and sidewalks which…
Just because the kids are going back to school soon, doesn’t mean the summer is over, at least not for your lawn and trees. In fact, we are just embarking on the best growing weather you can ask for when it…
It is sweltering hot and humid out there! Many homeowners like you want to know how you can help your lawn and garden make it through this heat. Forecasts highs of 34 deg C (93 F) today and 37 deg C…
We received an email the other day asking about the best way to control Black Medic on a home lawn. Black Medic (Medicago lupulina) is a difficult to control weed due to its small leaf size and the waxy cuticle…
The wet wet weather we are having is making greenery grow extremely well in the GTA right now. This is a two-sided coin though, because lawns can get overgrown and dandelions and other weeds are growing well too. The simple…
Giant hogweed, (Heracleum mantegazzianum), is an invasive new weed that is colonizing in some parts of Ontario, eastern Provinces and Western Canada. Locally, it has been found in Ottawa, Halton region, Waterloo, Markham and the Don River valley in Toronto according…
Here are some of the toxic plants you should keep away from your pets. If you suspect that your dog might have eaten any plant that might be toxic, contact his/her vet immediately. Many common house and garden plants can…
Some lawn care suppliers and retailers are taking advantage of the demand for organic weed management to push ineffective products. Corn gluten meal application, developed by Dr. Nick Christians of Iowa State University, works by making it hard for weed seeds…
Coping with Covid Update: (updated 06/01/20)
I’m happy to share some good news during these crazy times. LawnSavers is servicing lawns in all areas as lawn care and pest control services that provide for lawn health are officially on the Provincial list of essential services due to the fact we can provide this service safely and with no personal contact!
We do not expect any delay in our regular timing of applications (except from the brief wintry weather in May). We put together an easy to read lawn care service timeline that you can use to know when to expect us for each scheduled service in your package.
I want to reassure you that in every decision we make around COVID-19, our number one priority remains the health and safety of our employees and customers. Safety and honesty are our two most important core values. We will continue to follow strict safety guidelines that ensure “zero touch”. We will not let our guard down on exercising our safety protocols!
Our office is open but with less staff in order to maintain safety protocols like social distancing. Please note our phones are experiencing a high volume of calls and we know how much everyone hates being left on hold, so please leave us a message or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you in less than 24 hours.
Please be patient with us, we will get back to you as fast as possible.
You can also sign up for services on our website by clicking here.
Thank you all for your understanding and patience during these challenging times. Our team works hard, so if you are met with our exceptional service from our technicians or office team members- please give them a thumbs up to make them smile or let me know through a quick email to email@example.com
We thank you for supporting our local, family-owned business of 30 years.
We genuinely appreciate each and every one of you and promise that we will do our part to ensure our mutual safety and be on your lawn as soon as possible.
Thank you in advance,
Chief Environmental Officer