Professional snow removal is very different from paying a neighborhood kid a few bucks to shovel your driveway. Iowa receives an average of about 30 inches of snow each year.Read more
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Commercial holiday lighting is slightly different from holiday decorations for people’s houses. A business establishment typically opts for permanent lighting installation instead of putting up and taking down their seasonal decoration.Read more
Holiday lighting professionals deliver outdoor holiday displays that are always on-trend, fresh, and innovative
– According to financial marketplace site Lend EDU (https://lendedu.com/), almost 13 percent of the average property owner’s total annual holiday budget is spent on decorations.Read more
Christmas Decor professional holiday and event decorating company offers safety tips for DIY home decor enthusiasts.
According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), DIY home decor and holiday decorating activities resulted in an average of about 240 injuries per day during the holiday season of November and December, 2017.*
Statistics like these contribute to the growing popularity of professional event and holiday decorating companies like Christmas Decor.Read more
Some turf pests are easy to control, while others make even basic lawn care in Iowa very difficult.
There are several domestic and invasive species which will attack your turf grass.Read more
If you hire professionals for your lawn care in Iowa, you can expect beautiful gardens and plush turf grasses. However, we don’t always think of the deeper consequences of simple activities like weed control or pest control.Read more
Effective Purslane control is an extremely difficult task, even for the best landscaping companies in Des Moines. Even folks who are expert lawncare professionals have a tough time with this plant.Read more
Many residential and commercial properties these days do use artificial turf instead of natural turf grasses. But plastic is not even close to the real thing.Read more
Iowa sits in one of the most extreme climatic zones in the US. This makes lawn care a bit complicated.
Winters are extremely dry and cold, including heavy snowfall.Read more
The spring rain in April and May bring the best blooms to your lawn, but not all that look like flowers are welcome.Read more