How to Prepare for the First Grass Cut of the Year

Are you ready for your first grass cut of the year? Learn how to prepare your mower, when to start mowing and more lawn care advice from Wright Landscaping. How to Prepare for the First Grass Cut of the Year Your first grass cut of the year involves much more preparation than any other. You … Continue reading How to Prepare for the First Grass Cut of the Year

Wright Landscape Services sells lawn care division

Wright Landscape Services sells lawn care division, keeps business in Waterloo Region with sale to Apex Lawn Services (Waterloo, April 17, 2019) – Wright Landscape Services Inc. of Bloomingdale, Ontario announces the sale of its lawn care division effective immediately. Founded in 1967, the company’s lawn care division was the focus of the business. As … Continue reading Wright Landscape Services sells lawn care division

Who is Wright Landscape Services?

How We Began Wright Landscape Services was founded as a family-oriented landscape services team in 1967 by John and Ruth Wright. We’ve continued our tradition of personalized care and services since our inception over 50 years ago. John and Ruth’s son David Wright, handled the grounds maintenance division for many years but David’s real passion … Continue reading Who is Wright Landscape Services?

The Best Way to Fix Brown Spots on Your Lawn

Everyone who appreciates landscaping should know the best way to fix brown spots on their lawn. After all, the grass is the glue of your landscaping. It pulls it all together and reflects the overall health of your yard. Dead grass, yellow spots, and brown spots are the last things you want to see on … Continue reading The Best Way to Fix Brown Spots on Your Lawn

How to Help Your Landscape Survive the Canadian Winter

Canadian winters require a lot from your landscaping, especially at the end. As snow and ice melt, you need landscape drainage solutions to help your plants handle the cold water. Plus, severe cold can damage sensitive foliage and roots. Thankfully, you can help your landscaping survive the winter and bounce back in the spring. Here’s … Continue reading How to Help Your Landscape Survive the Canadian Winter

Happy Holidays from Wright Landscape Services

The team at Wright Landscape Services would like to wish you and your family all the best during the holidays. It’s almost impossible to believe that it’s December already. It feels like only yesterday it was January 2018. 2018 represented our 52nd year providing residential and commercial landscape services throughout Kitchener, Waterloo, and Cambridge. It … Continue reading Happy Holidays from Wright Landscape Services

How the Winter Salt Shortage Affects You

Snow and ice removal services are important and necessary, but in the world of landscaping, it’s becoming more and more difficult with the growing shortage of de-icing salt. Salt is one of the most important materials necessary for snow and ice management. As such, it’s in high demand. It’s also not as readily available as … Continue reading How the Winter Salt Shortage Affects You

How Wright Landscape Services Responsibly Uses Ice Melt on Your Property

Although it’s October, winter will be here before you know it. According to the Old Farmer’s Almanac: • The coldest periods (will be) in mid-November, early and late December, early January, and early and mid-February. Precipitation and snowfall will be above normal with the snowiest periods in late November, mid- and late December, and early … Continue reading How Wright Landscape Services Responsibly Uses Ice Melt on Your Property

Not Using a Licensed Weed and Pest Spray Technician? Here’s What You’re Risking

You want to hire someone to implement a weed control and fertilizer program for your home. You’ve got two options available to you: Hire a licensed, experienced company that’s up-to-date with training and government regulations. Get a guy with a tank and a nozzle. While that sounds extreme, there are individuals who claim to have … Continue reading Not Using a Licensed Weed and Pest Spray Technician? Here’s What You’re Risking