1. Reasons Why Your Weed Control Efforts May Not Be Working, Part II

    If you want to have a beautiful lawn that will make your neighbors jealous, you definitely do not want weeds popping up in various spots. Weeds, such as clover, dandelions, crabgrass take away from the overall appeal — as well as enjoyment — of your lawn.  At Restoration Landscape, we specialize in weed control services in Athens, GA and the surrounding areas. Our lawn care experts know how t…Read More

  2. Reasons Why Your Weed Control Efforts May Not Be Working

    When it comes to lawn care in Athens, GA, nothing gets in the way of a beautiful lawn and landscape than unsightly weeds. Weeds popping up throughout the season are an eyesore and they are sure to take away from the overall beauty — and the enjoyment — of your lawn.  Even if you have went on Google and searched ‘the best way to remove weeds’, there always seems to be some stubborn weeds t…Read More

  3. The Benefits of Lawn Fertilization

    A proper lawn care routine is essential in order to keep your lawn looking lush, green, and healthy. If you want a healthy, good-looking lawn, lawn mowing alone will not do the trick. You have to feed it, too. In order to survive and thrive, your lawn needs the right nutrients. While soil, sun, and water provide some nutrients for your lawn, lawn fertilizer can supplement the balance of nutrients …Read More

  4. 4 Tips For A Better-Looking Lawn

    Your lawn is typically one of the first things people see when passing your home. A well-manicured, attractive yard is quite pleasing to the eye and certainly signifies that your Athens lawn is top-notch. With a bit of time and effort, you can have the lawn that everyone on the block envies. Now that it’s spring, it is the perfect time to get started on that process and to help, we are going to …Read More

  5. Welcome To Our Landscaping Blog

    Hello, and we officially welcome you to Restoration Landscape Company’s new website and blog! As Athens’ Top Rated Local® lawn care service, we offer the solutions you need to turn your yard into your own private paradise. Our landscaping contractors are thrilled to begin blogging, sharing landscaping and lawn care tips to help your yard look so good that your neighbors will be jealous! Befor…Read More

  6. Time to cut back the roses.

    Winter is the best time to cut back your overgrown roses. Roses need space to grow and when not pruned correctly will grow into a tall leggy looking plant. They can be cut back very hard during the winter in order to encourage new dense growth in the spring. This video will walk you through how and why to prune your roses. Tools you will need: Sharp pair of pruners Leather gloves Tarp We use Felco…Read More

  7. Spring is just around the corner!

    It is time to begin getting your landscape beds ready for the spring. Plants need care and attention throughout the year. In this video we share how to cut back ornamental grasses. January, in the south, is a great time to trim back your ornamental grasses. We are here to help you if you are not sure what to do to get your landscape ready for spring. Give Restoration Landscape Company a call at 70…Read More

  8. How much does it cost to have your grass cut by a professional company?

    For so many different reasons, life is busy: maybe you just bought a new home, have physical restrictions, have a young family or you just don’t have the time. Do you find yourself asking what you could do with all of the extra time if you did not have to care for your yard, but wonder if that service would fit in your budget? If you have never had a lawn care service, then this is likely one of…Read More

  9. Leaf Cleanup and Tips

    Everything you need to know to keep your yard looking great through the fall. Crisp air, clear skies, watching the Dawgs on Saturdays, and homemade chili are a sure sign of one of our favorite times to live in Athens, GA. While walking campus or driving around, you can’t help but to enjoy seeing the beautiful color of the leaves. Those fall colors are a welcomed sight for many, but that joy quic…Read More