How to Survive Winter and Thrive in Style

It’s been raining cats and dogs. Every news report, email, and social media post seems to be focused on intense and wacky weather. Arctic Rivers. Walloping storms. Unprecedented downpours.  At this particular moment in time, we know one thing: we can’t change the...

Five hidden snow dangers 

Punxsutawney Phil just predicted that we’ll have six more weeks of winter, which means there’s plenty more snow on the way. Clearing all that precipitation can be difficult, time consuming and, if not done properly, even dangerous. For 23 years, Quench Irrigation has...

It’s November, time to maintain your irrigation system.

Halloween is over and Thanksgiving is rapidly approaching. Which means frost is starting to show up on your lawn in the early morning. November is the ideal time to get your lawn ready to survive the next cold months. So it can thrive again in spring. To do that, keep...

What to Do About A Flooded Lawn

When spring is approaching, temperatures get warmer. It is during this season most folks plan to step outside and prepare their homes and gardens for summer. Many people start planting grass, flowers and many other plants that can sure accent backyard, garden beds, and home exteriors.  Summer and spring are good reasons to take water flooding precautions seriously. Flooding can be a toll to your lawn-and even hazardous if not dealt with on time. It can damage your backyard and destroy all your plants than you can believe.

Winter Lawn Care Problems

While it’s true that your yard definitely needs plenty more work in the hot months, winter doesn’t mean that you can ignore it completely. In fact, the cold actually brings in a whole new set of specific problems that need to be addressed if you want your yard to stay healthy and thriving. All of these tips will help make sure your grass looks perfect once the winter ends.