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YouTube Weekly Round-Up

The weekend is already here, and so is our Weekly Round-Up post! This week, we’ve collected five amazing “How-To” videos with pro tips on topdressing a lawn, pouring a concrete slab, clearing trees, and more. Enjoy!

How To Pour A Concrete Slab

The first video today is courtesy of the property maintenance pro Andrew Camarata. He shares some great footage of himself pouring a concrete slab under an existing carport. Very interesting project to watch, and a lot of tips to learn!

How To Topdress A Lawn

In this short video tutorial, UAG Member Paul Jamison of Jamison Landscaping shares the basics of how to properly topdress a lawn and create a flat surface. Topdressing can be done several ways, but Paul recommends using a concrete grader to help smooth out the grade.

How To Get Rid of Nutsedge In Your Lawn

One more great “How-To” video for lawn care pros is brought to you by Ryan Knorr of Ryan Knorr Lawn Care. Nutsedge in the lawn quickly shows its face during the summer months, and Ryan shares a few easy ways to remove it using some nutsedge control products.

How To Fix A Sprinkler

Watering your lawn is important! UAG Council Member Bradley Behr of Copper Creek Cuts is here to help you if your sprinkler pipe has cracked. Also, take a sneak peek at his new decked system, it allows Brad to keep his irrigation jobs organized and bundled with lawn care routes.

How To Clear Trees Away From House

Kenny Sanchez from Kenny’s Tree Removal, LLC posted this video of him removing 9 trees growing near the house. What we especially love about it is that it’s shot from the first-person perspective! Watching it gives you goosebumps!


Each Saturday here at ECHOMeansBusiness.com you’ll find a selection of videos or other social posts by landscapers, arborists or other grounds maintenance pros from around the Internet. Have a post that shares knowledge or experiences with other pros? Share your video links (or other social content) at the "Tell Us Your Story" section at the bottom of the home page.