Snow Removal Pricing in Winnipeg – What Goes Into It?

Snow Removal Pricing in Winnipeg – What Goes Into It? Are you a Winnipeg resident looking for the best snow removal contractor in the entire city, but are not sure if the snow removal pricing is fair? Well, let us give you a quick breakdown of what really goes into residential snow removal pricing and why the prices at Cleanr …

How Often Should I Water My Lawn?

A common question we receive at Cleanr Mow is, “How often should I water my lawn?” The answer is fairly straightforward and we have seen great results using the watering methods that we recommend. Generally, a good rule of thumb for Winnipeg lawn care is water for 10-15 minutes, every three days or so. During the hot and dry summer …

Winter 2016/17

Stats & Stories It was our second winter providing residential snow removal here in Winnipeg and we weathered the second snowiest December in Winnipeg in recorded history! We still managed to provide exceptional service to every single one of our 60+ customers, making sure that all properties were cleared daily during even the biggest of storms in December. Read on …

Lawn Mowing in Winnipeg: Why You Should Choose Cleanr Mow

It seems like lawn care companies are a dime a dozen here in Winnipeg. Search for lawn mowing Winnipeg and you’ll have numerous options to choose from. But how do you decide? What sets one lawn care company apart from another? In this brief post, we’ll go over a few reasons why you should choose Cleanr Mow to care for your …

Core Aeration or Power Raking?

Core Aeration vs. Power Raking Core aeration or power raking? Which is better for your lawn? There’s always a debate between lawn care professionals. However, it’s not that one is better than the other. Each method has it’s specific application, time and place to create a lush, healthy lawn. Core Aeration Core aeration or “plugging your lawn” as it’s often …

Winnipeg, Manitoba

Winnipeg: The name means muddy water in the native Cree language, but it is a shining jewel of a city located on the flatlands of southern Manitoba. License plates carry the logo ‘Friendly Manitoba’ and should be taken at their word. Winnipeg, Manitoba is only 60 miles north of the US border, but astonishingly few of the visitors to Winnipeg …