NEWS BLOG

I’m fast approaching my first full year as a lawn care technician and I’ve enjoyed helping to expand the family business. We’ve been established for over 5 years now but are slowly expanding the area we cover so as to meet the demand of our success. We’re already an established name in the Preston area and have recently expanded northward into Fylde and Chorley (see other posts) Lawn care in Crosby and the the surrounding areas of Formby, Hightown, Southport, Aughton and Ormskirk seemed the natural choice as they are right on my doorstep. Living right in the heart of Crosby, next to the train station, I’ve been able to establish a good customer base in the local area. It’s my aim to continue working hard to build the area and our reputation. Crosby lawns especially are in need of lawn care due to the sandy soil and prevalence of moss. Lancashire Lawncare provides 4 or 5 treatments a year to cover all the needs of even the most difficult of lawns. This include seasonal treatments along with a weed killer and moss control. We also offer lawn aeration and lawn scarification to aid the appearance and health of the lawn. Please call me today if you have any lawn requirements, need advice or help or are interested in acquiring our services for your lawn.

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