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During World War I Woodrow Wilson bought a flock of sheep to graze on the White house lawn. In addition to reducing the manpower needed to mow the lawn, the flocks wool was also sold to raise money for the Red Cross. LawnGuru also believes in resourceful lawn maintenance, that's why we've made it so easy to skip unneeded cuts.Learn More
Houston was named one of the 10 greenest cities in the United States with over 56,405 acres of park space! If charged $65 an acre it would cost over $3.6 million to cut all of Houston's park space each week! Fortunately, the average LawnGuru user pays only $35 per cut.Learn More
Philadelphia has always been a city of firsts. Philly was home to America's first daily newspaper. In 1946 U Penn constructed the world's first completely electronic computer. And in 2017 it will become one of the first cities to offer LawnGuru's on-demand lawn and snow service.Learn More
Clarence Crane of Cleveland invented Life Savers candy in 1912. The name was inspired by the candies ring shape which resembled life preservers found on watercraft. Fittingly, LawnGuru customers have described our app as a "total life saver". Perfect for avoiding heat exhaustion and frostbite!Learn More
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