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Keep Lawns Green and Keep Green in the Banks

Keep Lawns Green and Keep Green in the Banks 

The key to keeping your landscapes healthy without breaking the budget is optimization.  Optimizing how you water your lawn and your plants will help them grow stronger and healthier.  The trick is to do so without washing your money down the drain.  For lawns, you want to look at the design and irrigation setup to […]

HOW TO FIND THE RIGHT CONTRACTOR

HOW TO FIND THE RIGHT CONTRACTOR 

When it comes to landscaping, I encounter a vast array of homeowners.  Some homeowners know exactly what they want.  Others know very little or nothing about what they want.  Regardless of the trade, knowing the tips below will help any home owner (or property manager) choose a professional contractor.  Some items will relate more to […]

Lawn Butler Selected Best Business Service In Utah

Lawn Butler Selected Best Business Service In Utah 

Best of State announced its selection of Lawn Butler as the best business service provider in Utah Wednesday night. This prestigious award is only given to the top performing business service provider in the State of Utah. Lawn Butler beat out companies like Zions Bank, Jacobson Construction and many others. The categories Lawn Butler was […]

WHAT ITS LIKE TO PROVIDE SNOW MANAGEMENT

WHAT ITS LIKE TO PROVIDE SNOW MANAGEMENT 

As I headed out in the wee hours this morning I thought to myself “how many people really know what it is like to be a plow driver.” So, I figured why not write an article on it. Snow removal is a reactive service. While there are some things you can do to prepare for the storm, they are […]

WHY SOD OR SEED?

WHY SOD OR SEED? 

Sod versus Seed, it’s a common debate in the landscaping industry. Which is best?  Let’s break it down by comparing a few of the issues faced with each alternative. WEEDS Newly installed sod generally is much more weed resistant than an area where seeds are installed. There are a few reasons for that. The main […]

FEATURED PROJECT - SANDY RESIDENTIAL

FEATURED PROJECT – SANDY RESIDENTIAL 

Project Name: Sandy Project Project Location: Sandy, Utah Landscaped Area: Residential Lot Project Value: $140,000 Work by other Trades: Rock Wall & Steps, Pool, Concrete and Fence Completion: 2016 This project located in Sandy was a full landscape installation on a new build residential home.  Our goal with this project was to take the lot, […]

What are Lawn Butlers Core Values?

What are Lawn Butlers Core Values? 

At Lawn Butler, our company model is built on three pillars: Prioritized customer needs, service of the highest caliber, and guaranteed and competitive pricing. Which of these is most vital to our success and why? Many factors contribute for a successful model. However, the core thought process of the organization impacts the growth most. A […]

How to Improve Grass Health for Utah Landscaping Projects

How to Improve Grass Health for Utah Landscaping Projects 

Grass’s Role in Landscape Design Grass is an important part of every landscape design. Your property’s curb appeal can influence your customers’ perception of your business. Utah is the second most arid state in the United States. Keeping turfgrass green and healthy through our hot, dry summers requires a substantial amount of care. Additionally, Utah […]

Real Price of Low Bid and The Difference Between Value Add and Low Bid

Real Price of Low Bid and The Difference Between Value Add and Low Bid 

Real Price of Low Bid and The Difference Between Value Add and Low Bid As we are getting ready for this upcoming landscape season many property owners and managers are sending out their landscape design projects to bid. Here are some things to keep in mind as you gather proposals and prepare your budges for […]

The True Cost of Salt and Ice Melt

The True Cost of Salt and Ice Melt 

THE TRUE COST OF SALT AND ICE MELT When it comes to the winter, a slip and fall is every contractor and real estate owner’s nightmare. Not only do you want to keep your site safe for tenants, customers, homeowners or the general public, but you don’t want the liability of a slip and fall. […]