What Can Lawn Care Companies Do in the Winter in Texas?

Winter in Texas can be a great time for lawn care companies to offer a variety of services. From installing Christmas lights to power washing and gutter cleaning, there are plenty of ways to keep busy during the colder months. DIYers can also take advantage of the season to stay active and work on their lawns. Rain sensors can be used to stop the irrigation system when the lawn and landscape have received enough moisture from Mother Nature.

In addition to these tasks, there are several other activities that Texas landscape designers can do in winter to keep their landscape looking its best. If there is a freeze warning, it's important to water your lawn, flowers, and plants to fortify them against the cold. Mowing your lawn every two weeks during the winter will help maintain its health and beauty, as well as save time and money in the spring. While snow removal is not a major service in Texas, some years may still produce enough snow for landscapers to take care of.

We understand the importance of winter landscaping for aesthetic purposes. Texans strive to create beautiful gardens that stay green and lush throughout the growing season. To achieve this, mowing your lawn once or twice during the winter is recommended, as well as cutting it 1 inch shorter than usual for the last major cut of the season. Additionally, weeds should be removed as they can be a nuisance and interrupt any activity you want to do on the grass.

In addition to mowing your lawn, winter lawn care in Texas should also include regularly watering garden beds and soil near the foundations of your home. This will help keep the soil moist and prevent foundations from cracking, which is common in certain neighborhoods. Because of this, winter landscapers in North Texas can continue to offer quite a few services that are rare in other parts of the country.

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