Top 3 Reasons You Should Winterize Your Wood Deck

Follow Us For Our Latest Posts, Tips, & Exclusive Facebook Giveaways 1. Eliminate the slip-and-slide. The debris that forms on your deck throughout the year can pose a safety problem during the fall and winter. This debris can include caked-on dirt, moss, algae, mold, fungus, mildew and fallen leaves. When this layer of grime gets wet, it becomes slippery and … Read More

Orchard Hills School Mulch Donation

Follow Us For Our Latest Posts, Tips, & Exclusive Facebook Giveaways Above is our mid size delivery truck and a pile of our Brown Mulch that we donated to Orchard Hills School in Milford

A Thank You From A Happy Topsoil Customer

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Hello Grillo Services: You have a very satisfied customer. Your driver delivered the top soil at the earlier hour. He readily dumped the delivery via my next door neighbor’s driveway which gives access to my backyard. When I saw the load of topsoil, I was astounded. Your topsoil is just as you advertise on your website, a rich and dark … Read More

10 Expert Tips For A Great Lawn

As homeowners most of us have put hours and hours into lawn care with little results. Dream of a lush, green lawn? You know, one of those lawns that tickles your barefeet with softness as you walk out to get the paper. I’ll be the first to admit this isn’t the easiest endeavor. But with a consistent and patient approach, and these 10 expert tips you can get there.

How to Re-Mulch Your Garden Beds Like a Pro

Follow Us For Our Latest Posts, Tips, & Exclusive Facebook Giveaways Before re-mulching make sure your gardens have less than three inches of mulch. Mulch over three inches deep (click to read an article discussing this topic) does more harm than good and must be removed. Before re-mulching turn the old mulch to allow air, water and nutrients to reach … Read More

How to Prepare your Beds for a Landscape Planting

Follow Us For Our Latest Posts, Tips, & Exclusive Facebook Giveaways Your eyes are bloodshot from staying up late watching HGTV, you Googled “Landscape design ideas” and visited several nurseries researching plants. It’s time to put your thoughts into action. How should you prepare the beds for your new landscape planting? First, you need to look at your soil. Is … Read More

Want a healthy lawn? Feed the soil.

beautiful lush grass in a small backyard with landscaped border and a fence

Spreading just a quarter-inch of compost over existing lawn, commonly called topdressing, replenishes organisms, bacteria and fungi to the soil…