Maintaining a healthy and vibrant lawn depends on various factors, such as the season, weather conditions, and the specific needs of your lawn. Generally, we recommend scheduling regular lawn maintenance services every 1-2 weeks during the growing season (spring and summer) and adjusting frequency accordingly during the dormant months (fall and winter).
Our landscaping services are designed to cater to a range of needs. They typically include lawn mowing, edging, trimming, and leaf cleanup. Additionally, we offer services such as fertilization, weed control, shrub trimming, and more. View our full list of lawn and landscaping services below.
Preparing your yard for our landscaping services is simple. Clear any obstacles, toys, or debris from the lawn area. If possible, water your lawn before our team arrives, as mowing slightly damp grass can yield better results. For more extensive projects, such as planting or hardscaping, our team will provide specific instructions tailored to your project.
If you're facing persistent weed or pest issues, our team of experts can conduct a thorough assessment of your lawn. We'll determine the specific weed species or pests present and tailor a targeted treatment plan to address the problem effectively. We offer both traditional and eco-friendly pest and weed control options to suit your preferences.
Preparing your lawn for winter is crucial to ensure its health and vitality come spring. We recommend a few key steps, including proper mowing to an appropriate height, raking up leaves and debris, and applying a winter fertilizer. Additionally, aerating and overseeding in the fall can help strengthen your lawn's resilience during the colder months.
Aeration and overseeding are best performed during the fall or early spring when the soil is still warm, and there's sufficient moisture. These practices help improve soil compaction and introduce new grass seed, leading to healthier and denser turf. Our experts can assess your lawn's condition and recommend the optimal timing based on your location and climate.