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Celebrate Summer without trouble. Enjoy a cold brew, eat strange food, dress in costume, watch the sun (NOT) set, leap over a massive fire, or simply honor the tradition of the Fourth of July. Independence Day is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the Declaration of Independence of the United States on July 4, 1776. The Continental Congress declared that the thirteen American colonies were no longer subject to the monarch of Britain and were now united, free, and independent states.

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Celebrate Summer without trouble

Regular mowing also helps combat pests, keeps weeds at bay and, if you use a mulching mower, can even leave behind small bits of mulched grass, which acts as a natural fertilizer. Sure, you could hire this job out every weekend, but doing it yourself will allow you to make sure the job is done exactly how you like it.

Hire Someone – Celebrate Summer

It doesn’t matter if you love cutting your grass in Onsted, Michigan or Okemos! The equipment and fuel required to keep your lawn and property in pristine shape is costly and troublesome. As a hard working professional, you should take advantage of the few months this year with extended sunshine and careless weather. Enjoy a cold brew and call Mike Cowing today!

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A riding lawn mower can cost about 1,500 dollars. A blower can cost 150 dollars and a weed eater will cost you 100 dollars. The total cost of all of that is 1,750 dollars. That is a lot of money. Some think well that is a lot of money up front, but will pay for itself in the long run. That is not necessarily correct. Things that people who take care of their own lawns may not think about is the costs of maintaining the equipment. The lawn mower takes gas and gas prices are on the rise. There are other materials needed for the weed eater and that just adds to the cost. 

  • Repairs and Maintenance
  • Fuel and Oil
  • $45 average for 1/2 acre
  • Just Do The Math – Make the right choice for you