Clinton Lawn Mowing Tip of the Week

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Hi, James with tuxedo yard care here. I want to talk with you for just a moment about bagging your grass versus mulching your grass. Which one is better? We get this question quite frequently. So I thought I’d talk about it and hopefully help some people out with it. When it comes to bagging or mulching, it really comes down to what’s your personal preference, what’s important to you. So mulching, you’re recycling those nutrients back into your lawn, which can be really good for it, and you don’t have to deal with the clipping. So those are the upsides downsides are you’re going to be left with a lot of clippings that you might have to clean up. And you might have you know, things tract into your house or other places and it basically it can just kind of leave a mess sometimes. And so that’s something you got to be careful about. bagging on the other hand is pretty much the exact opposite. You are left with a really clean lawn, the clippings are gone. You don’t have to worry about tracking your grass clippings anywhere. But the downside of bagging is you got to pick up those clippings and bag them and haul them away and Figure out what to do with them.

At tuxedo yard care, we tried mulching for a while, and we ultimately decided that we didn’t like it. We weren’t keeping with our brand promise of making sure that lawns are looking perfect and clean when we’re done and we really just our most important thing to us is making sure that people are very happy with the results. And so we have switched back to 100% bagging 100% of the time and we are going to keep it that way forever because we feel that that is delivering a better service and that’s what we are all about. That’s it for today. If you have any questions or want to talk to us about it, feel free to give us a call it is 801-540-4713 or tuxedo yard Have a great day. See ya. This has been your Clinton Lawn Mowing Tip of the Week.

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