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Lawncare doesn't end when the weather turns colder. Contact Landwork Contractors for expert lawncare services all year long. We love keeping your home looking beautiful and fresh. #LandworkContractors #AutumnLawnCare http://ow.ly/P9xM30mtH4i
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Deer are beautiful in the countryside but they can really damage your landscape. Check out these tips for protecting your landscape from deer damage. #OhDeer #ProfessionalLandscaping #LandworkContractors http://ow.ly/Edda30mtH2Z
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Did you miss Jackolantern's this year? It's not too late, check out the incredible holiday displays at The Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze before it's gone. http://ow.ly/PNGR30mtH2h
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Burlap is a landscapers best friend. Just check out all these uses for burlap in your landscaping and lawncare for colder weather. #BurlapWrap #BurlapIsBeautiful #LandworkContractors #Landscaping http://ow.ly/1y9H30mtH15
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New Blog-post (5 Steps to Prepping Your Landscape for Winter Weather) has been published on Landwork Contractors website
https://landworkcontractors.com/5-steps-to-prepping-your-landscape-for-winter-weather/
Professional Landscapers Take the Guesswork Out of Winter Lawn Maintenance
Winter can sneak up on you. One minute the leaves are falling, the next thing you know, there’s a layer of snow on the ground. Before winter weather strikes, make sure you get your landscape and lawn ready. The team Landwork Contractors is ready to help. Here are our top five favorite ways to get your home ready for winter.

Pick Up Debris- Once winter comes, you won’t be able to see toys, hoses, or other debris hidden under a layer of snow. Picking up debris could keep you safe from dangerous slips and hazards. Items left out on your lawn can also kill your grass and create winter weather disease issues.


Check for Drainage Issues- As temperatures drop, that small puddle or little leak can create a dangerous icy patch that could hurt your family. Fix drainage issues before winter hits to avoid damage to your landscaping and home. Your trusted landscaper provides professional drainage services. The experts at Landwork Contractors can help you determine where the problem started and prepare a plan to fit your needs and your budget.


Protect from Autumn Pests- Seeing deer and rabbits along the countryside is a joy but not when they are wreaking havoc on your landscaping. Get your professional landscaping team to wrap plants and trees in deer netting before winter to keep them from nibbling on your landscaping.


Remove Leaves- Autumn leaves are beautiful but they should not be left overflowing on your lawn. A heavy layer of leaves will increase the chance of infection, disease, and mold. Those leaves can also create a slick spot on your lawn. Avoid damages and dangers by mulching your leaves into compost or have them removed.


Insulate- Winter frosts can damage roots and trunks of more delicate trees and bushes. Carefully wrap your trees with burlap to protect against frost and winter weather to keep them beautiful all year long. Add an extra layer of mulch to your bushes and gardens to keep your soil warmer and your plants protected.

Be Winter Ready with Professional Landscaping Services in Westchester and Putnam Counties
As the weather turns colder, your lawn requires special care to keep it healthy and beautiful. Leave the hard work to the experts at Landwork Contractors. We’ll make sure your lawn and landscaping are in top shape before winter weather strikes. Call us today at 914-479-2537 or make an appointment online.

https://landworkcontractors.com/5-steps-to-prepping-your-landscape-for-winter-weather/
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Don't let drainage issues pop up over winter. Solve those pesky problems now before they turn into frozen disasters. Call the experts at Landwork Contractors at 914-479-2537. We'll keep your landscaping and lawn safe this winter. http://ow.ly/kXmx30mtGY6
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Just like you need a coat to stay warm in winter, your plants need some extra layers to protect against cold. Here are just a few ways you can provide insulation and protection for your landscaping in winter. #Brrr #WinterIsComing #LandworkContractors http://ow.ly/LQeO30mtGX5
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Looking for an amazing dining experience? Check out the Hudson Valley Restaurant Week and enjoy delicious food at local favorites. #HarvestSeason #RestaurantWeek #HudsonValley http://ow.ly/ERQy30mtGWb
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Drainage issues can really damage your landscaping, lawn, and even the foundations of your home. Check out these tips from Better Homes and Gardens to fix the drainage issues in your home before winter frosts settle in. #LandworkContractors #ProfessionalDrainageServices http://ow.ly/ENsg30mtGU9
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Did you know you can turn your autumn leaves into a mulch that protects your lawn and landscaping? Take a look at the benefits of mulching leaves for your landscaping at The Spruce! #Mulch #AutumnLeaves #LandworkContractorsLovesFall http://ow.ly/KLma30mtH03
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