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September 26, 2018

Aeration and Overseeding In The Fall

Fall is the best time to aerate and overseed your lawn. Conditions around Lynchburg are best between September to October when the days are cool and mild creating ideal conditions for seed germination.
June 19, 2018

Cozy And Welcoming Outdoor Fireplace Options

Summer is finally here! The hot season is, by no means, gentle on your turf as it can lead to a number of lawn diseases that can do severe damage to your lawn in a very short time. The biggest culprit behind this is the fungal diseases in your lawn.
May 30, 2018

Dealing with clover

Does your yard look like it has been overrun by tiny, round white flowers with bees all around them? There is a good chance your lawn has clover. And that’s fine – most lawns do. But what if you don’t like how they make your lawn look?
May 16, 2018

Wishing your dandelions away

Nothing announces “spring” quite like small and yellow dandelion blossoms popping out everywhere in your lawn. But nothing announces “a headache” like dandelion either.
April 14, 2018
Spring is almost here and it is that time of the year when the scents of blossoming gardens will return to the air. It's the best opportunity to start a few projects in your backyard to get that spring-ready garden up in no time. Here are some considerations to outfit your backyard for spring:

Spring Turf Care

Spring is almost here and it is that time of the year when the scents of blossoming gardens will return to the air. It's the best opportunity to start a few projects in your backyard to get that spring-ready garden up in no time. Here are some considerations to outfit your backyard for spring:
March 15, 2018

Landscape Design With Privacy in Mind

Looking to keep the prying eyes away from the exposed sections of your backyard so you can unwind in peace? Here are five of the most effective landscaping ideas with privacy in mind that you can try – without jeopardizing the beauty of your home.
March 1, 2018
Hardscaping for the summer outdoor kitchen

Hardscape Design to Entertain for this Summer

Invest in your short term fun and long term home value with hardscape designed to entertain guests. Whether it's a pool area to beat the heat or outdoor kitchen for the holiday cookouts.
February 15, 2018

Leaf Cleanup

Leaves in your grass look bad. Don’t get left behind this year. Get a head start on cleaning up your lawn and set the pace for the entire neighborhood.
February 5, 2018

LAWN FERTILIZER GUIDE

Owning a lawn requires a certain degree of regular upkeep to keep it looking healthy and green. I learned quickly as a new homeowner that proper, regular watering and cutting truly does take care of the majority of your grass needs, but to ensure healthy roots and plant longevity, fertilizer is a crucial component.
 

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    “Dear Chris – I want to let you know how happy I am with my new backyard. It is better than I expected it would be and was by far the smoothest home improvement project I have ever completed. (The crew) was incredibly professional and paid attention to every detail of the project. I am very confident in their workmanship and was amazed by how hard they worked during what was extreme heat. Thank you again for a great job. We’ll enjoy our backyard for a long time.”
    Mary McCarthy
  • Mary Jane Dolan
    “Trevor – Thank you for your amazing work restoring my pavers. The driveway looks great – as good as new. After all of the rain we had the last few days – the bottom of the driveway held up – no water! Great job! – Mary Jane Dolan”
    Mary Jane Dolan
  • “We have used Chris and his team for several projects ranging from complete landscape – retaining walls, paver patios, sod, and plantings – to smaller projects in between, and have loved them all!”
    Dr. Gregory & Ms. Sharlene Toone
  • “Dear CLC, Inc. We are enjoying our new patio immensely! Glenn and the crew did a great job, giving attention to detail, and very willing to explain how the job would progress. I was pleased with your diligent efforts and professionalism for a job well done. Thanks again,”
    Debbie Hobbs