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Here are the most common schedules and services paired with lawn aerations in El Paso:
Aeration with seeding
Aeration with fertilization
Prices vary depending on the size of the lawn area. Here are some average aeration prices for homes in El Paso:
Average lawn aeration price
Average lawn size
3,292 sq. ft.
A beautiful lawn's value
While the frequency at which you should mow your lawn will vary from property to property, it's always recommended to maintain your grass at a regular interval. Too long between cuttings can cause shock to the plant and result in an unhealthy lawn or bald spots. At Lawn Love, we always recommend weekly or bi-weekly mowing services to maintain a lush healthy lawn your neighbors will envy!
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There won't be any rain in El Paso today, which means you'll probably have to water your lawn. Dusk and dawn are the best times to water your lawn (the sun will rise at 6:46 AM and set at 5:53 PM today in El Paso).
Aeration in El Paso, TX
Aeration In El Paso, TX
El Paso is the most westerly city in Texas. One of America's sunniest locations, El Paso is called 'Sun City' because it gets 302 days of brilliant sunshine each year.
Established in 1850 by Spanish Franciscan friars, El Paso straddles the south bank of the Rio Grande which forms the border between the United States and Mexico. The name of this beautiful, culturally complex, border city comes from the Spanish phrase 'El Paso del Norte' (The Pass of the North). Its magnificent desert landscape has long been rife with strife over the border, immigration, illegal liquor smuggling, the Civil War and the Texas Oil Boom. However, people still flock to El Paso to see its unique plants and wildlife and experience its beautiful natural environment.
Lots To See
El Paso has many intriguing sites and sights. There's the Chamizal National Memorial which commemorates the resolving of a border war between Mexico and the United States that lasted 100 years. There is also the breathtaking natural beauty of the Franklin Mountains and the manmade engineering marvel of the Bridge of the Americas and Mexico.
El Paso has much that's rich, fascinating and powerful. There's Hueco Tanks State Historic Site where you can see how the region looked geologically thousands of years ago when water was held in rock formations called 'huecos'. You should also visit the Plaza Theater built in 1929, the fascinating El Paso Museum of History and see Ice Age Paleo-Indian hunters from 14,000 years ago, native species gardens and outdoor exhibits at the 15-acre Museum of Archaeology.
El Paso is known for its brilliant sunshine and natural beauty. Property owners can use sunlight to enhance the natural beauty of their lawn. Combining those 302 days of sun with proper lawn care services can make the grass in lawns all over El Paso look wonderful. Adequate aeration is essential because it allows water and nutrients to get into the soil. When that is combined with consistent sunshine, it helps the grass to thicken and enjoy healthy growth. People in El Paso appreciate having attractive lawns to look at while sipping Margaritas, a drink which was invented in the El Paso-Juarez region.
The breathtaking scenery, proximity to the Rio Grande and crucial mountain pass some reasons European settlers built adobe churches and a military post in the area 400 years ago. Those adobe structures are part of the Mission Trail in El Paso's lower valley that draws thousands of tourists each year. Many also enjoy the natural splendor of the desert landscape and the city's vibrant green lawns. Maintaining those lawns requires regular aeration or impenetrable thatches will collect the water like the famous Hueco Tanks, prevent it from soaking into the soil and make the grass part of the armies of tumbleweed regularly seen in the region.
Historic El Paso Street
The city's first and oldest street, El Paso Street, has seen lots of action. Billy the Kid, Pat Garrett, Wyatt Earp, Pancho Villa, and President William Howard Taft all walked down El Paso Street. It was there in 1881 that the Four Dead in Five Seconds gunfight took place. In those days, El Paso was so lawless, its nickname was 'The Six-Shooter Capital'. Today, El Paso is among the top five safest large cities in the United States. It's now a city where the culture, tradition, and heritage of Native American, Mexico and the historic Old West seamlessly blend into a beautiful tapestry.
The residents of and visitors to El Paso have the opportunity to enjoy the diverse beauty of the 24,000 acre Franklin Mountains State Park. It's America's largest urban park. At night, people up to 30 miles away can see a huge man made star perched on the Franklin Mountains illuminating the night. Constructed in 1946, it's 459 feet tall and 278 feet wide with 459 lightbulbs. It's the largest manmade illuminated star in the world. It's one of the things people from El Paso always talk about along with cruising the Scenic Drive Overlook, eating home-cooked, hearty Texas-style meals at H and H Car Wash and Coffee Shop, snacking at Chico's Tacos and Whataburger, avoiding the armies of tumbleweeds and attending Quinceneras at the mall.
Mere Minutes Away
People in El Paso, Texas are also never far from some of the unique, interesting, sites. One of them is San Jacinto Plaza in the heart of downtown. Surrounded by historic structures, the plaza boasts a beautiful water fountain, 1940's era trolleys, mariachis, colorful gardens and tasty, diverse food choices. With it's small town feel, the plaza is the perfect place for a stroll.
El Paso's Unique Features
Some of the earliest inhabitants of the El Paso area were the Jumano, Manso, and Suma people. Their traditions are now an integral part of the region's Mestizo culture. El Paso is so far west that it's Texas' only major city that's part of the mountain time. It is much closer to Ciudad Juarez in Mexico and Albuquerque, New Mexico, than any other major city in Texas. In ancient times, El Paso's many days of sunshine was a boon to maize farmers. Today, that sunshine helps to create some of the region's finest vineyards. Overlooking it all is a monumental statue of Christ standing atop Mount Cristo Rey. Christ's palms face downward as though he is blessing the city.
Helping Make Lawns More Beautiful
Our contribution to El Paso is to help to make its residents' lawns more beautiful. With Lawn Love's aeration and lawn care services, we help to make our customers' lawns healthier and more attractive. The landscape throughout El Paso is gorgeous and teeming with unique plants and animals. We want to help you to add to the city's natural beauty by providing the lawn service you need to make your lawn look great. Contact Lawn Love today to see how we can help you and your property.
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