Set up a regular schedule for your yard maintenance. After an initial consultation, we can set up an annual plan to make sure your yard is always at its best!
Included in yard Maintenance
Lawn Mowing (weekly Bi-weekly
Has it been a while since your yard got the attention it needs? We can clear out overgrown plants and weeds to give you a better place to start from.
If you love caring for your lawn, but just need some help with fertilizing and aeration, we can schedule those services. We also do consultations to answer questions about your yard.
Cut away dead or excess branches from trees or shrubs to maintain right-of-way for roads, sidewalks, or utilities, or to improve appearance, health, and value of tree. Prune or treat trees or shrubs using handsaws, pruning hooks, sheers, and clippers.
Aeration helps to restore the health and beauty of lawns in high-traffic areas, where soil may be greatly compacted and healthy grass root growth may be impeded.
When scheduling an Aeration we will give you a time frame of when the job will be completed. If the weather has been dry we recommend you water your lawn for a minimum of 45 minutes (45 minutes for the front, 45 minutes for the back) but we
prefer and recommend watering for 1-1/2 hours. The reason for doing this is to make sure you get the best results possible and to get deeper cores. A hard dry lawn is not going to get the same results as a damp lawn.
The image is to show you the benefits of Aerating your Lawn.
Thatch is a layer of living and dead grass shoots, stems, and roots that forms between the green grass blades and the soil surface. Some thatch (1/2 inch or less) is actually beneficial; it acts like mulch to provide insulation from temperature extremes, helps keep moisture in the soil, and provides a protective layer of cushioning. However, when the thatch layer is more than ¾ inch thick, it can lead to increased pest and diseases problems (and reduce the effectiveness of some fungicides and insecticides), and reduce the amount of oxygen and moisture that are able to reach the soil and grassroots. When this happens, it’s time to dethatch your lawn. Dethatching removes this thick layer of decaying plant material so air, water, nutrients, and fertilizer can reach the soil better, plus your lawn can drain more effectively.
Trees lose leaves and twigs every day. They usually fall on the roof and other exterior parts of the house. All these small materials can cause severe problems if not moved.
Spring is an important time to assess and cleanup your property after the long winter months as well as prepare for the oncoming warmer weather.
What’s included in the spring cleanup?
Removal of all debris from landscape beds and lawn Weeding and application of fertilizer Cutting back and pruning of all perennials, shrubs, and trees Edging all beds
Adding fresh mulch of your choice.
Now is the time to get your property ready for the winter months ahead. While winter may be a dreary time it does not mean that you have to let your landscape reflect it!
What’s included in the fall cleanup?
Leaf removal (weekly, bi-weekly, monthly)
Pruning back of perennials, shrubs, and trees
Tree and shrub fertilization.
Lay pavers or flagstone for patio and walkways, Fire Pits, Dry laid retaining walls, Install river rock, pea gravel,
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