Truth be told, stepping stones, pathways or landscaping pavers are often an afterthought in any outside space. After all, the walkway in the front of a home or near a driveway is certainly more function than form. It delivers us and our guests from the outside world to the front door in a purposeful way. […]
Utah is known for being home to the “greatest snow on earth.” In fact, Salt Lake City receives an average of 54 inches of snow each year, while the United States as a whole receives just 28. But at what point does abundant snowfall become a nuisance for property managers? Utah snow removal laws stipulate […]
Utah is known for some of the most scenic winter scenery on the planet. Our snow is gorgeous, hands down. But it can be dangerous, too — especially for those who suffer with back pain. The first of the hazardous conditions that accompanies winter is that beautiful snow itself. With snow comes snow removal, often […]
Regardless of where you live, there’s little doubt that trees add a lot of character to your property. On top of that, trees can also add value to your home. For example, one statistic referenced by the Arbor Day Foundation suggests trees can be worth up to $10,000 each. Other data described by HGTV note […]
Keep Your Property Safe for You and Your Guests Providing Snow and Ice Removal for Salt Lake, Utah, and Davis Counties At Lawn Butler, we not only pride ourselves on taking care of your land, but we also provide extensive plowing and snow maintenance services in Utah to take the stress out of every snowfall. […]
Every year, thousands of injuries occur as a result of shoveling snow. Protect your health and the health of your employees; leave the heavy lifting to us.
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