The summer is over and Labor Day is here!
Did you know first Labor Day was celebrated by New Yorkers on September 5, 1882? After being signed into law as a national holiday by President Grover Cleveland in 1894, Labor Day has been celebrated ever since with picnics on the lawn and parades in the streets.
Seasonal Lawn Care
For us at Lawn Guard, Labor Day signals a change of the seasons and of something else important – lawn care. Lawn care maintenance changes with the seasons. In the summer, we’re all about weed control and solving pest problems.
But when the days grow shorter and the leaves first start to turn, we turn our thoughts toward fescue and getting our much-loved grass ready for winter. At Lawn Guard, we have the experience you need to transition your lawn safely through the seasons.