Fall lawn care is among the most important times for many lawns. Cool season grass is at its peak growing season which means its time to maintain and repair your lawn before it goes dormant.
The leaves are coming! What should you do with them? You can rake or mulch (or even vacuum them up), but what is the right choice? Is there a right choice? Well we say…
Thatch has been brought up in many of my blog posts, but what is it? How does it come to be? Is there ways to manage it? Find out in this article.
Through outstanding effort from a great team, Interstate Supplies & Services was able to sell over 50 Stander X Models alone over the course of the 2020-21 year ranking us as a Top Wright Dealer for our tenth straight year. Read to learn more about Wright and ISS.
Blowers are among the most versatile tools for both homeowners and professionals, but what should you be looking at when trying to decide which blower is best for you? Really there are three important factors. (Actually, just two for most users)
You may have heard people talking about mulching their grass or mulch mowing but what the heck does that mean? Mulching is a form of mower discharge just like bagging and side-discharge; however, mulch mowing finely chops the grass clippings and returns them straight to the top of the soil. The grass clippings are referred to as ‘mulch.’ Now the question is, “Should I Mulch?” Read to find out.
Fall is fast approaching! With the weather cooling down, now is the perfect time to undertake some outdoor fall projects.
Aeration is important to soil and lawn health, but what exactly is it? Core aeration is the process of removing plugs of soil from your lawn to relieve compression. There are many benefits to aerating your lawn.
Fall is almost among us, so it is time to get your fall equipment in order. Early fall is a key time for many lawns in North Carolina. Read on for an in-depth look at fall equipment.
Compaction is important and using the right tool makes it easier. In addition, using the right tool can save you time and money! Read on to learn all about rammers and compactors.