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Tree Risk Assessment At McCormick Farm

Tree Risk Assessment At McCormick Farm

Windridge Landscaping was asked to put on a Tree Risk Assessment Lab for about a dozen Urban Forestry Students by their professor Billy Newman. Our ISA (International Society of Arboriculture) Certified Arborist & Qualified Tree Risk Assessor (TRAQ) on staff, Jennifer Hughes volunteered to lead the lab and introduce the students to the ISA methodology for ...

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How NOT To Mulch

How NOT To Mulch

  Nothing grinds our gears here at Windridge like seeing mulch piled up like volcanoes of death against the trunk of a tree. Several of us on staff regularly admit to excavating around the root collars on these trees because we feel morally compelled to do so. Landscape Contractors are in a unique position, we literally ...

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Spring Lawn Care

Spring Lawn Care

Raking is the first trick of the trade, thatch that is too thick won’t allow your lawn to breath. Aerating is next, compaction of the soil is hard to avoid in Virginia and aerating is the key to getting air and nutrients to the roots. During this process it’s an ideal time to do 2 ...

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Testimonials

  • Problem, extensive backyard drainage that flooded our garage many times causing mold etc. over a nine year period of time as well as a very damaged and unappealing front entrance walkway.  The solution, knowledgeable owner, Jeff Howe defined the problem and worked with our Architectural Review Board to submit proposals and designs.  Windridge provided an excellent and well versed team on the job everyday!  The outcome, drainage problem solved with a new garage entrance/front walkway AND a beautiful re-purposed backyard with patio, firepit, and sitting walls.  So very satisfied — 1-10 best — 10!!!

    – The McIninch Family
  • “The work that Windridge did was excellent in all measurable ways. We had a technically demanding drainage problem with very poor access. An old French drain was plugged, roots were everywhere, surface water regularly threatened the building. The crew worked around air conditioning units, exhaust ducting and large glass windows. The grade that they established, the integration of paved walkways with steep slope were all perfect! They get it. The need for design, function, maintenance, and access is absolutely uncanny.” (more…)

    -Neal Gropen

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