National Preparedness Month
We’re not ready to say goodbye to summer but September is already here, and fall is a few weeks away. September is a good time to prepare for winter. Along with gathering outdoor toys and raking leaves remember to schedule your lawn aeration, over-seeding and fall lawn revive, and tree pruning. As we’ve seen in the past, storms with high winds, rain, hail, and early snowfall weaken branches which can cause some serious damage. It is highly recommended to prune young and mature trees as we roll into the dormant season.