The Woodlands Lawn & Landscape Update From One Source

One Source is so pleased to have you as a client.  Your property looks great, thanks to the services you allow us to provide.  Your support has helped us grow to 4 departments, add awesome leaders & operate 14 trucks!  Our company began with just a few pest control customers ten years ago!  We're so proud & thankful for our continued company growth!  

As many of you know our President and founder Brett Martin believes in a principle-centered business.  We always strive to do the right thing for our clients, without hesitation.  This approach has generated consistent organic growth & the community has taken notice of our One Source vehicles.  Our primary focus is seamless service with quality supervision.
We're very thankful to expand in the incredible Woodlands area marketplace. Should you have any residential service questions, remember One Source is always available to serve you.  Please recommend us to your friends & neighbors as well! 

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The Woodlands Lawn Care Update

It’s Hot!  With temperatures in the triple digits many afternoons, controlling your lawn watering is a challenge.  Too little water will allow the sun to burn your yard.  And over watering opens your yard up to chinch bugs, sod webworms, and other fungi.  Keep in mind, there is no wrong time to aerate your lawn.  This allows the air and the water to go deeper into the soil.  If something in your yard looks wrong, One Source is a phone call away. Contact the office for any needs including a customized landscape or hardscape renovation rendering. Call Robin to schedule your appointment.  

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Landscaping Design The Woodlands Update

The heat is on!  It seems like the temperatures soared overnight.  With the heat & hurricane potential, Houston summer weather can keep us hopping.  Whether maintaining proper drainage for storms or trying to keep plants alive in the boiling heat, we need to be vigilant.  Making sure our yards have proper drainage can save a lot of work and money later.  Having a rain sensor installed can save you from over-watering if you are out of town or forget to turn off the system when it rains.   As the saying goes, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."  During the summer months, we generally advise setting your control boxes at 10 minutes for sprays and 30 minutes for rotors, 3 days/ wk.  Of course, this can vary according to the way your yard is situated.  If you have any questions or would like more advice for keeping your yard looking healthy, feel free to callRobin!  She would love to talk with you.  Stay hydrated & keep your plants watered as well.  Happy dog days of summer!!!