Do you have a skill? What is it? Are you the person everyone calls when their computer doesn't work? Are you the one who knows what a carburetor is and how to replace a caliper? Can you build a home from the foundation up? Do you know how to prepare a white sauce or how to flambe a dessert? We all have something we're good at, and these skills require an education--whether we realize it or not.
You didn't start out knowing how to do these things you know how to do. If you know what a checksum error is, it is probably because you chose to fix a damaged hard drive at some point in your life. Why did you fix that drive? Well, because unlike other people, you were interested enough to do the hard work of figuring out the problem yourself. If you know how to research to buy a part for a car, it is because you were interested enough to figure out why your car was making that clunking noise in the first place. Inclination drives education. We learn about things we are inclined to learn; and, thankfully, when there is something we are not inclined to learn, we can call someone else for help.
If you love horticulture, you probably already know how to keep a lawn beautiful. That's your skill. But, if you don't, it doesn't mean you have to live with an ugly lawn. If that were the case, there would be hardly anyone with a computer, a car, or a home. When we don't know how to do something, we call in someone who does.
You don't have to live with a dried out, patchy brown lawn just because you're not interested in how to make grass grow. We have a whole team of people here at McCall Service who loves watching grass grow. Well, you know what we mean.
We happen to think that things like fertilization, overseeding, drought protection, lawn pest control, irrigation, and weed management are interesting. We've spent hundreds of hours learning about grass so you don't have to. All you have to know how to do is drop us a line; and we even made that easy by putting a "contact us" link at the top of the page.
When you need something done that you've put the hard work into learning how to do, go ahead and take care of that yourself, but if making a lawn beautiful and vibrant isn't your thing, we can help you with that.