Mowing

Our mowing services include mowing all accessible areas, weed-whacking and trimming around all edges, curbs, driveways, trees, mulch beds and other obstacles. We leaf-blow all applicable areas, including blacktops, sidewalks, and mulch beds.

Mowing Frequency

How often your lawn needs to be mowed varies based on the type of grass you have and how fast it is growing. We suggest cutting your lawn no more than one third in length, giving your lawn the opportunity to maintain a strong root system and proper nutrients. The best lawn mowing involves using not only the right height, but a sharp mower blade and timely mowing.

Residential Mowing

For our residential mowing services, our customers can also expect their lawn to be alternately striped, which can enhance a home’s curb appeal and make your yard stand out in all seasons. In addition to our lawn mowing services, we also offer additional care, which includes fertilizer applications and lawn aeration.

Commercial Mowing

We also provide high-quality commercial lawn mowing. Your company delivers an outstanding product or service, and the appearance of your property should be just as good. We provide our commercial lawn mowing services so that the professional quality of your work is reflected in the quality of your landscaping.

Disposing of Clippings

For all lawn mowing services, we offer the choice between bagging or mulching your lawn clippings. You might be wondering: What’s the difference?

Mulching

With mulching, the clippings from your lawn are returned to the soil, allowing our team to cut your lawn faster—which saves you money! Your lawn’s clippings are filled with nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium: macronutrients that are beneficial to maintaining a lush, healthy lawn.  By mulching your grass clippings, we are fertilizing your lawn!

The key to good, effective mulching of your lawn is to not let it grow too tall! We offer lawn services on a weekly or biweekly basis, depending on your needs.

Bagging

If your lawn is overgrown, then bagging is an excellent option. Leaving large clumps of cut grass on your lawn looks ugly and can damage your lawn’s health. Also, if your lawn suffers from any kind of brown patch, dog spot, or fairy ring, it may be best to bag your clippings in order to avoid spreading fungal disease.

Composting

If you have a composting pile in your yard, we are happy to add your lawn clippings to it. Your lawn is ripe for composting, and the nutrients in your lawn clippings will add to the health of your compost pile.

 

What else makes for healthy lawns? Fertilization, Aeration, and Dethatching —all of which are services we provide!

 

Fees vary based on size, location, and other obstacles. Please contact us for a free estimate.

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