Dear customers we give you a warm welcome to another year of activity with your lawn care specialists, Lancashire Lawncare. We aim to continue our growth throughout this new year and remind you that your recommendations and support are really what keep us going. We thank you once again for your continued custom with us. We’d like to remind you of our ongoing offer of rewards based upon your recommending friends or family. We give a free bottle of wine or £5 off your next treatment should you successfully recommend.

Now that the snow has cleared and the sun has reappeared, (for now anyway) we have begun our lawn scarification and lawn aeration procedures. We generally carry this out upto the middle/end of March before the growing period. This is increasing in popularity as customers are seeing the benefits of these lawn cleansing procedures. Be sure not to miss out of clearing out your lawn ready for the spring growth. (See other articles on Lawn Scarification and Lawn Aeration for more details).

Can we also take this opportunity to remind you to submit any photos or comments you have via the website. This will give us the opportunity to further promote our business but more importantly will help us to address any common problems or questions you may have and then answer them accurately for all our other customers to benefit from. We pride ourselves on being a family based company which offers a personal but professional touch and we look forward to continuing to treat your lawns in 2011.

Many thanks

Your lawn care provider

Lancashire Lawncare.


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