Spring cleanups and Winter Damage

March 31,2014 by

With temperatures slowly rising and snow banks slowly sinking, many of us are getting our first looks at what the long, snowy winter months have left behind.   Between the plow and frost damage, as well as the debris left behind from trees and shrubs, there is plenty of work to be done in the coming weeks.   First things, first: We have to get rid of all this snow and those towering snow piles.   One of the first … Continue reading

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Fertilization, Home Improvement (Outside), Lawn and Garden, Molds/Mildew, Mother Nature, Patios & Walkways, Pests and Insects, Pressure Washing, Retaining Walls and Drainage, Seasonal Maintenance

Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday 2013 Promotions

November 30,2013 by

After a great growing season, Parkview Landscaping and Home Improvement has decided to offer some year-end promotional deals for Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday to all of our existing customers and potential new ones.     Starting today, we will be adding an additional $5 to EVERY  $25 purchased in gift certificates. That means if you buy a $25 gift card this weekend, you will get $30; if you buy a $50 one, you’ll get $60; for $75 you’ll … Continue reading

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Fencing, Home Improvement (Inside), Home Improvement (Outside), Lawn and Garden, Painting, Patios & Walkways, Portfolio, Pressure Washing, Retaining Walls and Drainage, Seasonal Maintenance, Uncategorized, Winter Season

Snow removal, plowing and winter projects

November 5,2013 by

As we turned the clocks back this weekend, many of our thoughts have drifted to the holiday season and the coming months ahead.   This usually includes snow.   Whether you love or hate the winter weather, we all have to deal with what mother nature dishes out each year.   It doesn’t matter if you have to do it yourself or you regularly hire a snow removal company, the colder months on the calendar are here.   It is … Continue reading

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Hazards, Mother Nature, Safety, Seasonal Maintenance, Uncategorized, Winter Season

Fall cleanup, gutter cleaning and pressure washing

October 15,2013 by

As the season continues to wind down, it’s time to take a look around and clean up what mother nature has left behind before that snow starts flying.   It is much easier (which equals “cheaper”), to have all of your leaves and Fall debris cleaned up and removed this Autumn, as opposed to waiting until they are matted down and half-rotted in the Spring.   In addition to the unsightly mess they make, piles of leaves in the Fall … Continue reading

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Home Improvement (Outside), Lawn and Garden, Molds/Mildew, Pests and Insects, Pressure Washing, Seasonal Maintenance

Time to mow the lawn!

April 29,2013 by

The quest for the perfect lawn — whether you’re living in the city, suburbia or out in the woods — is never-ending for many homeowners, but it all begins with that basic and all-important step: lawn mowing.   Keeping a trim lawn and cutting grass on a regular schedule promotes new growth both above and below the soil.   Not only does lawn mowing make a property look appealing (and creates a wonderful outdoor living and recreational area) but it … Continue reading

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Fertilization, Home Improvement (Outside), Lawn and Garden, Mother Nature, Pests and Insects, Seasonal Maintenance

Spring Cleanup and Lawn Mowing

April 22,2013 by

Spring is finally here after a long, cold winter and now it’s time to take a look outside.   Once you look around you may see many things left over from the winter that are both harmful to the newly emerging and awaking plants, or simply don’t look good. It’s the ideal time for your annual spring cleanup and also a great time to start assessing what needs to be done or what goals you may have for this growing … Continue reading

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Fertilization, Home Improvement (Outside), Lawn and Garden, Mother Nature, Pests and Insects, Seasonal Maintenance

Kitchen Cabinet Painting

February 25,2013 by

Whether it’s dated or you just want a new look, painting or staining the kitchen cabinets may be one of the first projects you consider after moving into a new home.   It seems easy enough. Just slap some new paint onto those old wooden cupboards and, Tada: A brand new kitchen.   However, that’s usually where all the trouble starts.   Painting cabinets is not only one of the more meticulous, detail-oriented and time consuming projects you can undertake, … Continue reading

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Home Improvement (Inside), Portfolio

Mid-Winter Thaw

February 19,2013 by

  As often happens during a classic New York winter, we get a break from Mother Nature and the snow cover quickly recedes showing us just a small glimpse of what lies in wait for us in the coming months, and then, before you know it, the ground is once again white-washed with snow for several more weeks.   A good mid-winter thaw is a great time to do an impromptu home inspection and begin the battle plans for the … Continue reading

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Hazards, Home Improvement (Outside), Lawn and Garden, Mother Nature, Pests and Insects, Safety, Seasonal Maintenance, Uncategorized, Winter Season

To shovel or not to shovel …

January 25,2013 by

This time of year can often be trying for those attempting to balance their work and home lives after a busy and exhausting holiday season.   But as the winter drags on, so do those inevitable and pesky seasonal conditions, adding more stress and yet another perpetual item on the “to-do” list here in the Great Northeast.   We’re talking snow, ice and everything else in between.   Over the years I have found that people are much more likely … Continue reading

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Hazards, Home Improvement (Outside), Mother Nature, Patios & Walkways, Safety, Seasonal Maintenance, Winter Season

Thank you 2012, hello 2013!

January 12,2013 by

  I’d like to send along a personal thank you from Parkview Landscaping for choosing us and contributing to a successful 2012 season. We look forward to hearing from you once again this year for any of your home maintenance needs, from plowing to painting to planting, or any of your many home projects. Look for seasonal updates and online discounts at our website, YourParkview.com, (which you are currently browsing!) including an upcoming announcement that Parkview Landscaping will be accepting … Continue reading

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Home Improvement (Outside), Lawn and Garden, Mother Nature, Painting, Uncategorized, Winter Season

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