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Spring has finally sprung! Well, almost. We are excited here at Sun Valley Landscaping to ditch the gloom of winter and usher in long-awaited, warm temperatures. Kicking off the season with a thorough spring clean-up is what your landscape needs. Our team of professionals have...

As fall quickly approaches, the “honey-do” list begins to grow longer. Getting your outdoor entertainment space ready for fall doesn’t need to be a complete overhaul. Whether you’re utilizing it to entertain during football season, curl up with coffee and a good book, or create...

Three years ago, I decided to get serious about making healthy lifestyle changes. I started running with a friend’s support, and now it seems running and lawn care is all I do. After participating in several races, I felt inspired to take my passion to...

  A spring cleanup is vital to the health of your landscape as it includes everything you need to get your lawn and landscape ready for the year ahead with minimal maintenance and maximum enjoyment. With spring opening its doors early this year, people are eager...

The UNL Extention Office recently posted a very informative article titled, "Why do lawn care companies maintain lawns differently than do-it-yourselfers?"  We highly recommend reading this, but it also got us thinking about things people ask when they call to inquire about lawn care service. The...

This is some great advice via PLANET. Did we mention we give free estimates? The Professional Landcare Network (PLANET) offers consumers advice about how to tackle their yard. It is important to know when doing it yourself is a good option and when it is best...

Do: Continue to mow regularly, never removing more than 1/3 of the grass in one mow. Continue to mow at a higher setting to shade the grass blades. Mow with a sharp blade to prevent the grass trips from fraying.  Frayed tips increases yours lawn’s susceptibility to pests...

Second Application It seems like it has taken awhile to warm up, but spring in finally here! The spring seeding window (the time of spring with moderate temperatures that allows seed to germinate) is coming to an end and it is time to put down the...

It is still slightly early to begin proper lawncare practices, however it is never to early to begin proper planning.  It is supposed to get below freezing on March 26th and 27th, which is not conducive for any seed that has been laid.  Proper practice...