Lawn fertilization & weed control
Aeration & seeding
Lawn disease & prevention
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We all know how inviting a lush, green lawn is! A beautiful expanse of soft grass seems to call us to go play, picnic, and enjoy the wonderful feeling of soft, cool grass under our feet.
Every homeowner wants a lawn like that!
However, the sad truth is that most of our lawns have bare spots, weeds, pests, or rough patches in them. That’s not very inviting! Plus, a patchy yard can destroy your property value and curb appeal.
That is why Pure Turf LLC offers a variety of lawn services such as weed and pest control, fertilization, and grass seeding to people living in Nolensville, TN.
If you would like to improve your lawn, give us a call today!
Nolensville is home to numerous attractions, which you already know if you live here. Some of these cool local attractions include:
- Nolensville Farmer’s Market
- Three French Hens Antiques
- Mill Creek Brewing Co.
- Nolensville Feed Mill
- Serenity Salt Cave
- Battleground Smokes and Spirits
- Morning Glory Orchard
- Cigar Bar and Bistro
- Wheeler’s Raid Distiller
Plus all the attractions you can find scattered throughout Nashville, TN.
Located in Williamson County, Tennessee, Nolensville has a population of 13,829 people, as of 2020. It lies approximately 22 miles southeast of Nashville and covers around 10.46 square miles of land.
Nolensville was established by war veteran William Nolen in the early 1800s. The story goes that Nolen and his family were traveling through the area when their wagon wheel broke. They were forced to stop for a while to fix it, and Nolen noticed the rich soil and abundant natural resources in the area. They decided to stay in the area, and the community that later grew up around them was named after Nolen.
Today the community continues to grow. In the words of nolensvilletn.gov:
As Nolensville grew over the years, it lost its official status as a town and became part of Williamson County. In 1996, Nolensville again applied to the State to be incorporated and was chartered by the Tennessee Legislature. At the time of incorporation, the area of the town was three (3) square miles and had a population of around 1800. In the years since then, Nolensville has annexed additional areas of the Town over ten (10) square miles and increasing the population to 13,829 at the last official census in 2020.
We hope Nolensville continues on this path of growth! If you are ever in Nolensville, you should stop in and see the sights for yourself.
If you live in Nolensville and you want to improve your lawn’s health, give us a call at Pure Turf LLC–we would be more than happy to help out on your project.
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Don’t hesitate to give us a call today! We look forward to hearing from you.