Tag: lawn care

bird's eye view of man working on his backyard lawn

Top 10 Must-Haves for Lawn & Garden Power Tools

Top 10 Must-Haves for Lawn & Garden Power Tools Strap on your safety gear and get your yard and garden in tip-top shape with power tools that will make your life easier. (Trust me, your back will thank you!)  There are so many power tool options available to help you in your yard and garden, […]
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How to Get Your Lawn Mower Ready for Summer

How to Get your Lawn Mower Ready for Summer in 7 Easy Steps   Is it summer time? We live in central Minnesota so you can never be too sure, but from the looks of our greening lawns it’s time to take your outdoor power equipment out of storage and get ready for the first […]
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Three Ways to Save Your Spring Lawn

Ahh, Minnesota. Now that the snow has finally melted (we think), you may be dismayed at the state of your spring lawn. Whether you’re staring at yellow patches, thin or sparse grass, or bare brown plots of dirt, now is the perfect time to bring your lawn back to life. With weather starting to warm […]
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What’s the Best Way to Get Rid of Crabgrass?

Crabgrass is one of the most troublesome weeds for yards. It’s found in almost every lawn and landscape. Crabgrass thrives especially well on patchy lawns and poor soil, so it’s no surprise this weed dominates Minnesota lawns.  The good news is crabgrass plants only live a single year. The bad news is one single plant […]
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An orange rake resting on a leaf-covered lawn in fall.

The Guide to Fall Lawn Care

Temperatures are dropping and leaves are falling—autumn is just around the corner. However, that doesn’t mean you can slack off on your lawn care routine just yet. There are a few tasks that you need to tackle in the fall, both to help your grass survive the long Minnesota winter and to help it look […]
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A man power edging his lawn.

Edging Your Lawn

Edging your lawn is a cheap, easy, and quick way to boost your curb appeal by giving your sidewalks, driveway, and flower beds a clean, neat edge. Especially if the rest of your lawn is well-maintained and manicured, there’s no better way to take it to the next level. Lawn edging is a DIY project […]
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bird's eye view of man working on his backyard lawn

Your Spring Lawn Care Checklist

It’s spring in Minnesota, and we can’t say for certain whether that means we’re no longer at risk for another snowstorm. However, it’s a good time to, at the very least, start planning the tasks you’ll need to tackle for your spring lawn maintenance. We’ve got the checklist of everything you need to do to […]
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    Mimbach Fleet Supply is committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace for all our workers, customers, guests, and visitors. To ensure we have a safe and healthy workplace, Mimbach Fleet Supply has developed a COVID-19 Preparedness Plan in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Our goal is to mitigate the potential for transmission of COVID-19 in our workplaces and communities. Only through this cooperative effort can we establish and maintain the safety and health of all persons in our workplaces. 
     
    Social distancing  
    Social distancing of at least six feet will be implemented and maintained between workers and customers, guests and visitors in the workplace through the following engineering and administrative controls: Plexiglass barriers have been installed at cash registers and customer service counters, six feet markings are present to maintain space on floors. Masks are now optional in all public areas of the store. Dedicated entry and exit doors will be maintained at the front entrance. Hand sanitizer is available at the front entrance for those customers and guests to use. 

     

    Drop-off, pick-up and delivery practices and protocol. 
    Mimbach Fleet Supply offers Curbside pickup by Customers when requested. Orders can be phoned in and processed by credit card at time of order. Employees will load the Order into customer vehicle while wearing mask and gloves.