Did you know that beautiful spring and summer lawns are grown in the fall and winter? With summer coming to a quick close, it’s time to update your maintenance routine. To help everyone maximize their time, effort and money, we’ve asked Greenworks landscaping pro Chris Lambton to share his lawn care tips for the fall.
So here it is, the modern outdoorsman’s classic dilemma: you have a tough job that your handy axe can’t handle, but you are unwilling to compromise your environmentally conscious sensibilities to use a gas-powered chainsaw. You need something brawny enough to handle your job, but you don’t want to exert too much effort that it messes up your perfectly waxed hair. Luckily, Greenworks electric chainsaws provide a better option.
Let’s face it, summer is amazing, but it’s also really dirty. While we’re busy having water balloon fights, flipping burgers and, most importantly, diligently upkeeping the lawn, mud, pollen, mildew, dried grass clippings and a greasy film from air pollution are covering everything within reach. Not to mention, the scorching sun is blistering and cracking the paint!
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Why pay several thousands of dollars to have a professional design your landscaping when you can do it yourself? Whether you’re a seasoned do-it-yourselfer, a beginner or just don't want to spend the money on a contractor, Chris Lambton, professional landscaper and host of a national cable landscaping show, answers a handful of frequently asked questions around creating an outdoor space that your friends and family will love.
Your GreenWorks battery-powered chainsaw may be equipped with enough power to attack the gnarliest logs, but if it doesn’t have a sharp chain, it becomes worthless.
Some people think the easiest solution is to throw away the chain and replace it with a new one, but that can become quite costly. Especially when you can sharpen it yourself and give the dull chain a new life!