midwest snow removal Archives - Bluegrass

There is nothing quite as unpleasant as seeing your snowplow rip through your company’s lawn or take apart your entrance. Not to mention snow removal isn’t that cheap so the thought of paying the guy to cause more damage is heartbreaking.  Most people don’t think to ask their snow removal company about their drivers. But … Continued


Dashing through the sn- Oh! There isn’t any snow to dash through (on the footpath and landscape at least). Snow is awesome, but it can throw and damper on your jingle bells song marathon especially when it causes harm to you, your guests, and your landscape. Winter is almost here, so it’s time to start … Continued


Fall is well underway and that means leaves, sticks, and other debris are everywhere! While a lovely sight when still on their home trees, these little bits of nature start to make your landscape look a little less tamed when they decide to fall right in the middle of it. Even though this is a … Continued


There’s been a lot of talk of invasive species in the United States. Right now, the Northeastern part of the country is facing a boom in spotted lanternflies, an invasive insect. While most people know that animals can be invasive, did you know that plants can be, as well? As such, it’s important that native … Continued


Autumn is upon us, and there are quite a few things that you should be doing when it comes to landscaping. Fall is probably the best time for maintenance, installation, and decision making. If you’re looking to maintain your landscaping as the temperature drops, checkout these landscaping tips for autumn! Add to What You’ve Got … Continued


Just because the temperatures are starting to drop, it doesn’t mean that your landscaping needs to be dreary. Many people associate fall and winter with withering plants. However, there are plenty of different plants you can add to your landscape that provide a pop of color in the fall. Check out the 10 best autumn … Continued


Winterscape Evergreen Tree

Removing snow and ice can help reduce workplace injuries and ensure that your business stays open for customers during the winter. Snow has been known to fall in the Midwest as early as October and as late as May. While you can’t control the weather cycles, you can control the safe removal of snow and … Continued