Some of us have decided that life is too short to spend any time behind a lawnmower. Others decide that the real reason we have a mate is so that we can offer him or her the opportunity to get out in the fresh air and sunshineâ€¦to mow. Children can be the recipients of that very same opportunity, which will build character through hard work. Alternatively, a healthy lawn â€“ especially a well-watered one in late August â€“ provides an opportunity to keep the Brooklyn economy humming by employing a gardening service to keep it in top trim.
But for those of us who personally oversee our propertyâ€™s greenbelt maintenance, earlier this month, CNNâ€™s Money website put together a four-point tip sheet that caught my eye: it rounded up some of the best common sense lawn care ideas Iâ€™ve seen in one place. The author (Josh Garskot who wrote in @Money), claims that DIY lawn care keeps him handy and youthful. Although I could argue that a tall lemonade on the verandah might serve just as well, hereâ€™s a shortened version of what he came up with:
Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Lawns can be a real property value enhancer when theyâ€™re well maintained -- but the opposite when allowed to reach meadow length. And while weâ€™re on the subject, I hope you will always feel free to contact me whenever youâ€™d like to tap into my store of home maintenance referrals and ideas for keeping your Brooklyn property at the top of the market.
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