We've been anxiously awaiting Spring for months now and are happy to finally have it here with us! Between warm-weather outdoor activities beginning, the hustle and bustle March Madness brought to Indy, the Easter holiday, Spring break, plus in-person community events slowly starting back up, you might be finding yourself booked up for the first time in a while! The good news is, when it comes to finding time for your landscaping, we got your back. The Pros are here with tips to help you stay on top of your home's yard care needs and get your outdoor oasis ready for relaxation and entertaining when you need it.
If you haven't gotten around to scheduling your Spring mulching, you may be worried its too late to get your yard looking sharp for patio season! But, good news! It's okay to wait until later in the season to mulch your plant beds. Though mulching is great for plant beds, helping to keep weeds at bay and protecting roots, you can wait until late in the Spring, after heavy rains, to apply. Waiting until after the rainy season can help color-enhanced mulch keep its fresh-look longer into the warm season. Plus some heavy storms can even cause wash-out around freshly mulched plant beds. So cross mulching off of your to-do list early, or rest easy knowing you have some time on your hands to get your yard in order.
If cleaning up your yard for Spring seems like too much to handle, let our maintenance crews help by scheduling a Spring-Clean Up. We'll help your yard recover from winter and get things spiffed-up for the backyard days ahead. Our teams will:

  • Trim and prune grasses and perennials.
  • Clean up dead branches, twigs, leaves, and de-clutter the yard.
  • Apply fresh mulch when appropriate to protect your plants.

Give us a call, and we can schedule you for a Spring-Clean up or stand alone mulching as needed!
We were thrilled to complete this project for these clients and have it ready for use with these sunnier days upon us! This sleek paver patio design is complete with all of the necessities required for poolside entertaining. With a streamlined layout, put together by Executive Director Jeff Mull, the pool space is optimized, and linear features guide the flow of the space. This piece of patio heaven in Indianapolis is ready for many days outdoors with family and friends.

Project Features:
  • Paver patio with retaining walls
  • Pool with sun shelf
  • Gas fire pit
  • Pergola with scroll-edging and electricity
  • Outdoor kitchen and bar
  • Outdoor lighting
Tag us and Share the Spirit of Spring!
Last Fall, Maintenance Crew Leader Renee, and our crews planted THOUSANDS of bulbs on various properties. Just about now, new sprouts should be starting to poke through the ground.

Snap a shot of your beautiful Spring flowers and share with us on social by tagging us in your posts at:
@propertypros_lm on Instagram or
@propertypros on Facebook

We'd love to see and share those gorgeous Spring blooms!
Congratulations to our Employee of the Month, Pat Fritsch!
We are happy to honor Crew Leader Pat Fritsch as our employee of the month! Pat has been with us for almost five years and has over ten years of experience working with natural hardscaping materials. Along with his years of experience, his positive attitude and forward thinking help to make him a phenomenal asset to our team, and a fantastic leader for our crews.
He's most recently started to construct the foundation for a large project in Zionsville. Even though the project's just begun, the client is already contacting us saying how excited she is to see the progress that's been made thanks to Pat and his hardworking crew. A big thank you for everything you do for our clients and our team Pat!
Sweet & Tart Lemon Squares
When it comes to the kitchen, something about Spring makes us think citrus-y and bright! Try out these quick lemon bars on one of those rainy days in, for a sweet but mouth-puckering treat.

  • 2 cups flour
  • 1/4 teaspoon of salt
  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar
  • 1 cup melted butter
  • 2 cups sugar
  • 4 tablespoons flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 8 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
  • 4 eggs


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. For the crust: Mix crust ingredients well. Pat mixture evenly into a 9x13 inch pan. Bake just the crust for 20 minutes until lightly browned.
  3. For the filling: Beat all of the filling ingredients together with a whisk. Immediately pour over warm crust and bake for 25 minutes or until set.
  4. When completely cool, use a sift or simply sprinkle with powdered sugar.
  5. Cut into squares and serve! 🍋
We're Hiring! Tell your people to call our people.
This time last year, life was pretty up in the air. Even though we, like many other small businesses, faced some uncertain moments, we implemented safety measures and quickly got back to doing what we do best, transforming outdoor spaces. We were lucky to have dedicated employees on our teams and are excited to be growing again this year. There are plenty of projects to tackle, so we are always hiring!! Check out our open positions and let those who may be interested know! We are pleased to offer competitive benefits including, health/vision/dental/life insurance, 401k matching, paid time-off, paid holidays, and participation in our profit-sharing plan.