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Prepare Your Commercial Property for Snow & Ice Early with these Tips

Has your commercial business started preparing for future snow and ice maintenance? If not, here are a few things you can do today to prepare for future snow and ice:
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7 Aeration and Overseeding Mistakes You Should Avoid

We all want a bright green lawn, but after a harsh summer or winter, your turf is likely a little dull, thin or patchy.  To revitalize your grass, you may consider aerating and overseeding, or creating holes in your soil to plant fresh seedlings. In fact, when done correctly, aerating and overseeding can be extremely…
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6 Reasons to Hire Professional Landscapers to Fertilize Your Commercial Property

Considering fertilizing your commercial landscape yourself?  We’ve got six reasons it might be better to leave nourishing your property up to the professionals: 1. A professional can test the pH of your soil to know exactly which nutrients your soil needs. Before you start throwing fertilizer on your commercial landscape, you have to know which…
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8 Plant/Lawn Watering Tips to Keep Your Commercial Property Hydrated

All it takes is a few dry days for your commercial landscape to start drooping, turn yellow/brown and start withering.  Your property’s curb appeal speaks volumes to customers or visitors, and an unsightly landscape is one quick way to deter them. Keep your property lively to attract passersby, by properly moisturizing your landscape. Here are…
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C. Caramanico & Sons, Inc. Makes Landscape Management’s 2019 Top 150 List

LM150 list, published by national trade publication Landscape Management,  represents the top 1 percent of landscape industry companies. CLEVELAND—June 26, 2019—Landscape Management released its 2019 LM150 list of the largest landscape companies ranked by 2018 revenue. C. Caramanico & Sons, Inc. based in Upland, Pennsylvania ranked No. 141 on the list with $13 million in…
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