People love their pets, and they also love their lawns and gardens. Unfortunately, pets and lawns do not always go well together which can be very frustrating. What kind of damage do pets do to lawns? Are there any things homeowners can do to mitigate that damage? Types of Lawn Damage All pets that dig [...]
May is a beautiful month in Michigan. It’s the month when the ornamental trees bloom, and perennials begin to blossom. The trees put on their green garments, and grass grows and thickens. It’s also the month when you begin to see weeds emerge in your lawn. The very first ones you’ll probably notice are the [...]
If there’s one thing any gardener hates, it’s weeds. Whether you’re a vegetable gardener or focus your time on your lawn and landscape, weeds are a persistent problem. Spring is only beginning in Michigan, but it’s not too early to think about how to keep a weed problem from becoming a much bigger one through [...]
When you look outside now at the West Michigan snowscape, you may not realize it, but spring is around the corner. Soon the rains will come and wash away the snow. Your lawn, with all of its beauty and problems, will again be visible. What spring lawn work can you do now to make sure [...]
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We are and will be monitoring snow fall throughout the overnight hours. Started snowing around 1am and just a dusting so far. When we have "plowable" snow, we will send the crews out to clear snow. Please be patient as we make the rounds.
Observed and measured snow accumulations are anywhere from a dusting to 3/4" for most of our service area. Areas west of US 131 have received over 1" and will be getting plowed overnight.
We monitored snowfall and as of 12:30am most areas are less than 1/2". Areas west of 131 have more, close to 1". Those areas will be getting plowed. All others will be left.
We've been monitoring snow fall throughout the overnight hours and have found less than 1" accumulation as of 3:00am