Spring Cleanup, Weeding, Mulching, and Spraying of Beds
We’ll begin by cleaning and weeding all your beds. Prior to mulching, we’ll dig a roughly three-inch borderaround allyour grass’ edges. We’ll then apply a pre-emergent weed control to your beds.Finally, we’ll apply an even layer of premium, triple-ground mulch across every bed.
Mowing, Trimming and Edging
Without a consistent mowing, trimming, and edging regimen, your lawn’s health and beauty will suffer. Mowing during growth seasons keeps your lawn at the perfect height to continuously flourish, especially with the increased foot traffic nice weather brings. We redistribute clippings to fertilize naturally, returning essential nitrogen to your soil. Perfect trimming and edging around your entire property give it that professional, squared-off look that is impossible to achieve on your own, especially near walkways, driveways and sidewalks. You’ll be as proud as your neighbors are jealous.
April and May are the two rainiest months of the year in our area, and—believe it or not—more rain calls for more feeding. Why? Because water encourages growth which, while a good thing, comes at the expense of your soil’s nutrients. The solution is a series of proper fertilizations to replenish those lost nutrients. These treatments help to jumpstart your turf and are timed perfectly to prevent unwanted seed germination.
Flea &Tick Control
Fleas, ticks, and other surface insects not only damage your lawn, but can also cause harm to you, your family, and your pets. Ensure your personal safety and protect your lawn against infestations from grass-feeding nuisances throughout the spring and summer months with our three-step treatment plan.
Our mosquito-management solution utilizes a kid- and pet-safe spray around the perimeter of your property and near all the shrubs and plants that attract mosquitos. To achieve the best results, we’ll begin with the first of four applications in late spring. We’ll then carefully time the remaining applications, the last of which occurs in early fall.