Message From Chris Speen, Owner Twin Oaks Landscape

March 17,2020

As concerns about the spread of the Coronavirus COVID-19 increase, we wanted to personally reach out to update you on what we are doing to care for...
Stop Water Pooling in Your Yard for Good

March 12,2020

Do you cringe every time it rains knowing your home will soon be surrounded by unintentional ponds and puddles? Not only is standing water...
Landscaping Tips for Early Spring

March 6,2020

Eventually the snow will melt, the ground will thaw, and your dormant lawn and landscaping will reemerge. It may feel like it is forever away,...
Project Spotlight: Ann Arbor New Construction

February 26,2020

A house just isn't a home without landscaping. But being a new homeowner can often be overwhelming. The thought of buying trees and bushes might...
6 Reasons to Hire a Professional to Trim Your Trees

February 19,2020

Having trees on your property can really help you curb appeal. However, while you might assume that your trees are fine on their own, they do...
Pruning Trees in Winter Lessens the Spread of Oak Wilt

February 12,2020

Oak trees are incredibly majestic, which is why many people choose to keep them on their properties. However, they require maintenance in order...
Benefits of Winter Landscaping Services

February 5,2020

No one wants to be out in the yard during winter. The grass is covered by snow and there is little to nothing you can do out there. Despite this...
Drainage Solutions Featured In Turf Magazine

January 17,2020

Here at Twin Oaks Landscaping, we work hard to maintain a reputation as one of the best landscaping services in the Ann Arbor, MI, area. Not...
How to Divert Rainwater Away From Your House

January 16,2020

Is water pooling against the walls of your home or on your lawn—or maybe even in your home, overwhelming your sump pump? Then it’s time to...
Start Planning Your Spring Landscaping Projects Now

January 13,2020

Winter is the least busy season for landscaping projects. There is little you can do with everything covered in snow. This doesn’t mean that...