Recent Blog Posts

Prepare for Winter with Firewood

Tis the season to burn firewood! Whether it’s your main source of heat or simply added for that cozy feeling several evenings out of the month, we rent the equipment to make it easy. Typically, if you are having firewood delivered or if you cut the trees down yourself, you will want to get it all...

Winter Lawn Care Tips

In many areas, winter is a welcome respite from the constant mowing, edging and trimming that may be necessary to keep a lawn in great shape. That doesn't mean the lawn can be forgotten in winter, however, and there are a few simple steps every homeowner should take to be sure their lawn is healthy...

Four leaf blowing tips

Leaf blowing can be an excellent alternative to trying to rake or sweep up leaves. Based on the amount of raking you need to do, renting or owning a leaf blower could be an option that you may want to consider. If you do decide to get one, or you already have it, here are four tips for its use:Dry...

Renting Trimmers and Edgers

Nothing beats getting outside and cutting your own grass. I think most people would agree that there’s just something enjoyable about creating fresh trails of cut grass and watching your shoes turn green. If you feel this way, then take a dive and keep reading. People put a lot of time and effort...

Renting Summer Storm Equipment

When it comes to summer weather, we learn to take the good with the bad. Sometimes though, Mother Nature tends to get a bit too cranky. Whether she throws us a typical summer storm or even hits us a little harder, it’s best to know what to do. Below, we share some tips for before and after, as well...

Caring For Your Yard in the Fall

The picturesque verdant lawn with accompanying garden, rife with eclectic herbs, flowers and vegetables…this is the image most elicited upon hearing the word “lawn,” but oftentimes, depending on your climate, that phase of a lawn's life cycle may only last a few months. To increase the quality of...

Renting Guide to Rototilling

While driving through upstate New York recently one thing was very clear, it was tilling season. Gardeners and farmers all around are beginning to fire up their tillers and prepare their flowers and vegetables for the warmer months to come. Tillers are used for more than just turning soil. They...

Time to Seed Your Lawn

Over time, every lawn can look worn and thin, but how do you know when to reseed your lawn so new grass can grow into thick, healthy, luxurious turf? An Unhealthy Lawn When your grass starts to show wear, it isn't always time to reseed. First, check your watering to be sure the grass is well...

Late Fall Lawn Care

The fall is a busy time for gardeners. Not only are you trying to clean up your gardens and flower beds to prepare them for the winter, you are also winterizing your garden so that you can hit the ground running in the spring. Often, we forget that our lawn requires the same amount of love and care...

Late Season Mowing Tips

As the chill of winter sets in, your mind may be occupied with holiday plans rather than the state and care of your lawn. But wait - don't stowed your lawn mower away into the storage shed just yet. Hopefully you enjoy the briskness that late fall has in store for you, because you will have to...