Tag Archive for: edging beds

Keep that Upscale Look with Bed Edging in Early Spring!


Edging helps maintain that Upscale look, and stops grass from invading your beds.


Things can get messy real quick if you’re not edging your landscaping. Edging along the perimeter of your sidewalks, driveway, and flower beds helps to keep things crisp and clean, but stops the roots of grass in its tracks! 


It’s much more difficult to maintain an upscale look if your beds and walkways have grass growing in them.


It’s part of our early springtime maintenance for both our commercial and residential clients. You’ll see our crews all over Cincinnati edging beds in preparation for lawn care through the season and all of our beautiful mulch and flower beds. 


Don’t break your back. Contact the team at Upscale Lawncare to properly edge your lawn and beds. You’ll be thankful you did. Questions about edging? Contact us here.


Learn More about the Importance Commercial Landscape Lighting click Here.


commercial property maintenance service in cincinnati

Why are spring yard clean-ups so important in Cincinnati?

Spring yard cleanups in Cincinnati, Ohio are an important part of maintaining your property.  


We experience all four seasons in this part of the country.  So it’s a good idea to hire professionals to do some of these early spring time tasks.


  • Leftover debris removal from fall. Including leaves, twigs, and various other items.
  • Inspect trees, shrubs, and plants. Remove dead leaves and plants.
  • Do a full and complete inspection for any signs of insect damage assess property for any other items that need attention.


It’s important to know that routine maintenance helps to improve the health of your lawn, mulch beds, trees, shrubs, and keep up that important curb appeal.  It’s also vital to inspect regularly so that any issues with the lawn or landscape can be addressed early. 


The expert landscape technicians at Upscale Lawncare are ready to answer any of your lawn care needs. Get in touch here.


Learn more about our next topic pre-emergent weed control.