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    "Just a quick follow-up note on the work your crews did at my house over the last couple of weeks. In short; the porch railing, painting and tuck pointing was done professionally and looks great. More important, the crews that were out were customer service oriented, thoughtful, friendly and always let me know what was going on. I would not hesitate to recommend Reilly Painting."

    Dan H.
    Shaker Heights

  • Late-Summer Gardening To-Do List

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    Summer might be nearing the end, but with the weather we've been having, there are still things you can do around the yard that will help benefit your garden in the fall, winter and next spring and summer. Here are some tips, and be sure to contact Reilly Painting, your Cleveland Contractors who can handle all areas of landscaping:

    Keep Your Lawn Lush

    A picture-perfect lawn takes ongoing maintenance. This time of year, weeds aren't the only thing standing between you and the turf of your dreams. You've also got to watch for pests, fungal diseases—and even Fido. Here are symptoms and remedies to help you troubleshoot 8 Common Lawn Problems.

    Clean Up the Landscape

    A scraggly yard can ruin all your home's curb appeal. Get out the garden gloves and the wheelbarrow, and tidy up that unkempt landscape.

    Prune and Divide Plants Like a Pro

    A few minutes spent pruning is one of the best things you can do for the plants in your yard, but it's one of the most neglected tasks of homeowning. Why? Because for most of us, it's a black art. The risks of butchery seem high, and the rewards low. "But pruning isn't difficult," says This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook. "And what you get in return is thicker foliage, more flowers, and healthier plants."

    Read more at This Old House

     

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