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 was our privilege to design, build, maintain and grow your outdoor spaces. We look forward to doing the same in 2019!
Before we bring in the new year, let’s take one last look at the most popular blogs and events that made this past year so rewarding for our team, (thanks to you, of course).
In April, we launched a brand-new version of www.wrightlandscape.ca. We removed a lot of the text and replaced it with what really matters: Quality photos of what we can do for you.
Additionally, we put a greater emphasis on our commercial services:
Since its launch, we’ve received numerous compliments and we appreciate every single one of them.
Very popular blog: When You Should Stop Cutting Your Grass
As the weather cools down in fall, many people want to know when they should put the lawnmower away.
That’s why our most popular blog of 2018 was when you should stop cutting your grass.
This informative blog looks at what’s happening to your grass in September, October and November, and when you should finally stop cutting your grass for the year.
And even though grass cutting season is over, it’s still good to know how much autumn impacts your lawn.
Helpful information: The Difference between a Landscape Designer and Architect
Many people use the term landscape designer and landscape architect interchangeably.
However, each has unique roles and responsibilities, which were explored in August 2018.
In case you missed it the first time, here are the differences between the two:
- Landscape designer: creates your outdoor living space depending on your needs and wants.
- Landscape architect: Brings the design to life while accounting for things like grading, drainage, and local topography.
Now, at Wright Landscape Services, we’re fortunate to have both on staff.
If you’d like to know more about each role, take a closer look at the differences between a landscape designer and landscape architect.
Problem-solving tips: Common Lawn Problems Homeowners Face
There are four problems homeowners all over Kitchener, Waterloo, and Cambridge have to deal with:
- Dead grass
- Backyard flooding
- Too many weeds
- Disease and pests
These issues can degrade your lawn from fabulous to frustrating. That’s why we looked at these problems and, more importantly, provided easy-to-follow solutions to get rid of them.
Thanks for a wonderful 2018. We’ll see you in 2019!
For over half-a-century, it’s been our pleasure to Design, Build, Maintain and Grow your residential and commercial properties.
Because of you, we’ve had a terrific 2018. And we can’t wait to see what 2019 has in store.
Is next year your year to bring your landscape dreams to life? If so, we can help.
Whether you have something in mind or just need some information, all you have to do is contact us. We’ll get back to you to answer all your questions.
Once again, thank you. Have a Merry Christmas, a Happy New Year, and all the best over the holidays.