A lush, green, manicured lawn does not happen by chance. Understanding what is necessary to have a healthy lawn that thrives throughout the year takes careful planning and timely turf maintenance. We offer a variety of services to nurture your lawn today and supply it with the necessary supplements throughout out the season to make your lawn the envy of your neighborhood.
Spring Clean up: Remove leaves and major debris from your lawn and planting beds, which includes cleaning out leaves and debris trapped in shrub branches and underneath shrubs. All debris will be hauled off property. Spring clean up will be completed by April 30th weather permitting
Lawn Maintenance: Lawns will be mowed weekly. In the event that weather does not permit us to work, we will continue lawn mowing on the next suitable day and return to the normal schedule as soon as possible. Weekly lawn mowing includes mowing turf, line trimming around obstacles the mower cannot reach, and clean up of all planting beds and hard surfaces. Edging of turf on concrete will take place bi-monthly.
Fall Clean up: Remove leaves and major debris from turf and planting beds, which includes cleaning out leaves and debris trapped in shrub branches and underneath shrubs. Cut down perennial plants for winter or leave up for aesthetic value depending on homeowner’s request. Debris will be will hauled off property. You can set up a one time fall clean up or we can schedule you for multiple clean ups during the fall to suit your property needs. Fall clean up will be completed by November 30th weather permitting.
Detaching: Thatch is a layer of debris, mainly maid up of grass clippings, found above the soil and below the blades of grass. If your thatch layer is in excess of ½ inch it is a good idea to dethatch your lawn. We will dethatch your turf grass, which consists of pulling up, thinning the thatch layer, and remove it from your property.
Aeration: Soil compaction is a condition that causes turf to struggle. Aeration is best done in late summer or early fall. Depending on your soil type and traffic on the lawn aeration should be done every two to three years. Aeration will pull up a plug of soil and leave it on the surface which will allow good drainage and air into the soil.