Weekly Lawn Mowing:
Our work crews will mow your lawn on an average of every seven days. Mowing frequency may change during periods of rain. The mowing season generally begins in late March or early April and ends the week following Thanksgiving. The grass will be cut to a height of 2 ½ to 3 inches. Excess clippings will be mulch mowed as needed to return nitrogen to the lawn. Sidewalk and curb edging are included to maintain a neat appearance.
Seasonal Lawn Care Program:
A series of both granular and liquid applications will take place beginning in late February to early March and ending in late November to early December.
Mulching and Bed Edging:
Complete weed removal, and installation of premium quality double shredded hardwood mulch. All bed edges are re-defined prior to the installation of the mulch.
Weeding and Mulch Bed Maintenance:
An optional program that begins once your mulch beds have been stripped of all old material. A granular weed control is applied prior to the installation of the new mulch. Our weeding crew will visit your home once per month to hand pull weeds, deadhead flowers, and apply Round Up if needed to eradicate stubborn weeds. This service ends in October. At this time we are only able to offer this program to clients for whom we installed new mulch.
Applied to the turf in late June to combat infestation. Grubs typically become active in late June to early July. Taking action in June can greatly decrease the chances and/or severity of root damage that can potentially occur.
Contracted on an as-needed basis or in a package including spring, summer, and fall. Shrubs will be hand sheared to maintain the health and neat appearance and trees will be trimmed to a height determined by the client and our estimator. Debris clean up and off site disposal are included.
Aeration and Overseeding:
Performed in the late summer to early fall, generally beginning in September. Aeration should be done once per year to break up compacted soil, allowing root growth, nitrogen circulation, and thicker grass. Overseeding is done in conjunction with aeration using a tall fescue blend. Germination begins in the late fall and the lawn becomes lush and green with new grass in the spring when dormancy ends.
Typically contracted to be done in November and December when the majority of leaves have fallen. Leaves are blown from the rear of the property to the front curb, vacuumed, and disposed of off-site.