As spring approaches, you may find yourself faced with the need to start getting your yard and/or garden into shape.  Here are a few things to remember

  1. If a mower or other device has a pull start and it doesn’t want to start. Walk away for a bit. Don’t just keep pulling that rope. I have to work on a lot of shoulders every spring due to cranky mowers and weed eaters.
  2. Try to pace yourself. If you have not done any yard work for several months your body is not ready to work pulling weeds, spreading mulch and mowing all day. Trying to do everything in one day will likely get you a trip to see us.
  3. If you are of the mindset that prevention is better than cure. You might try coming in for adjustments before things get too bad. Typically if you come and see us when you don’t NEED to , then you never NEED to come see us!