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Swingle Talks Snow mold and Voles with 9News

Posted on: February 25th, 2016

Snow mold and voles are becoming a common problem around Colorado. Landscape Care Consultant, Tony Hahn, spoke with 9NEWS on what people can do to protect their lawns from snow mold and voles. Snow Mold and Voles Snow Mold: Snow mold is a fungal disease that usually appears in early spring after a particularly snowy winter. Snow mold…

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Risks of Overgrown Trees for Property Managers

Posted on: February 24th, 2016

Overgrown trees can pose a serious risk to not only buildings, but people. As a property manager, tree trimming in Denver is important to maintain your landscape’s overall appearance and safety for everyone who visits. Professional tree trimming enhances the book value of commercial properties, while reducing the risk of property damage and personal injury. Find…

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Spring Landscaping Questions Answered

Posted on: February 22nd, 2016

The weather is warming up and soon our landscapes will be in full bloom. Swingle has compiled the most frequently asked spring landscaping questions to help keep your landscape looking great this spring. We turn to our local expert, Tony Hahn (Landscape Care Consultant, Certified Arborist and the “voice of Swingle” – as seen on our…

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Emerald Ash Borer WILL Spread

Posted on: February 22nd, 2016

Ash trees make up approximately 15-20% of Colorado’s urban forest, meaning there are 1.45 million ash trees at risk from EAB. Emerald Ash Borer WILL spread to metro Denver Although emerald ash borer (EAB) is still in Boulder County, we believe this destructive pest will begin migrating past Boulder city limits by June of 2016. The…

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Visit Us at the 13th Annual CREJ Conference

Posted on: February 8th, 2016

Visit Swingle at Colorado’s largest property management conference of the year! Landscape Care Consultant, Matt Schovel, will be presenting on the dangers of overgrown trees during the winter months. After the presentations, stop by the Swingle booth. The first five people who schedule an on-site property evaluation will receive a Kindle Fire – no questions…

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5 Early Spring Landscaping Tips

Posted on: January 21st, 2016

Soon the temperatures will be warming up and many homeowners will start thinking about preparing their landscape for early spring. The experts at Swingle want to help you prepare with these 5 spring landscaping tips. 5 Early Spring Landscaping Tips Spring Landscaping Tip #1: Sharpen your Mower Blade Sharpening your mower blade is essential in maintaining…

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3 Spring Landscaping Tips for Property Managers

Posted on: January 20th, 2016

Mark your calendars – the first day of spring is March 20th! In preparation, the Denver lawn care experts at Swingle want to share these 3 spring landscaping tips for property managers to enhance the appearance of their commercial lawn and landscape. Spring Landscaping Tips for Property Managers Tip #1: Rake your lawn to protect from snow mold…

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Swingle’s 2016 Landscape Predictions

Posted on: January 4th, 2016

It’s amazing to think a new year is already upon us. In 2015, Colorado landscapes were met with their share of challenges from unpredictable, meteorological events and pests and insects attacking our lawns and trees. Here are Swingle’s 2016 landscape predictions for the Colorado Front Range. 2016 Landscape Predictions: GIANT CONIFER APHID: The giant conifer aphid…

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Swingle’s Top 5 Stories of 2015

Posted on: December 30th, 2015

Swingle’s Top 5 Stories of 2015 – From squirrel damage to freeze impact, 2015 was filled with landscape events that captured the attention of Colorado residents. Swingle’s Top 5 stories of 2015: Mother’s Day Freeze 2015 – What was Affected Mother’s Day 2015 brought with it a chilly surprise – freezing temperatures and accumulating snowfall.…

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Visit Us at The Parker Christmas Carriage Parade

Posted on: December 8th, 2015

For the fifth consecutive year, Swingle is a proud sponsor of the Parker Christmas Carriage Parade. The Swingle team will be onsite to hand out commemorative ornaments, which have become a holiday collectable with attendees who enjoy the seasonal event year after year. The parade includes carriages, stagecoaches, ice sculptures, pony rides, Santa Claus and…

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