Lawn Maintenance Packages

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Basic Lawn Care Package

Includes:

  • Mowing
  • Edging
  • Blowing

 

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Standard Lawn Care Package

Includes:

  • Basic Lawn Care Package plus
  • Standard Fertilization & Weed Control Treatments
  • Aeration
  • Over-seeding

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Premium Lawn Care Package

Includes:

  • Basic Lawn Care Package plus
  • Premium Fertilization & Weed Control Treatments
  • Aeration
  • Over-seeding

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Year Around Lawn Care (Standard)

Includes:

  • Standard Lawn Care Package plus
  • 4 lawn clean-ups (2 hours) after mowing season

 

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Year Around Lawn Care (Premium)

Includes:

  • Premium Lawn Care Package plus
  • 4 lawn clean-ups (2 hours) after mowing season

 

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We do weekly and bi-weekly services calls. Weekly includes 36 mowing

Comparison Table of Lawn Care Packages
Services Basic Standard Premium Standard Year Around Premium Year Around
Mowing
Blowing
Edging
Aeration
Over-seeding
Fertilization 6 Applications Per Year
Weed Control 6 Applications Per Year
Preventative Fungus Applications 2 Per Year
Root Development Applications 4 Applications Per Year
Lime Maintenance Application
4 Lawn Care Clean Ups After Mowing Season
Lawn Care Services A La Carte
  • Mowing, Edging, & Blowing
  • Standard Fertilization and Weed Control: Service does not include any Bermuda grass, Dalis grass, Johnson grass or Barn Yard grass control.
    • February/March:  Pre-emergent for crabgrass and broad leaf, Fertilizer, and Post emergent weed control
    • April/May: Post emergent weed control and fertilizer
    • June/July:  Fertilizer
    • August/September:  Fertilizer
    • October/November: Fertilizer
    • December/January:  Fertilizer and Post emergent weed control
  • Premium Fertilization and Weed Control:  Service does not include any Bermuda grass, Dalis grass, Johnson grass or Barn Yard grass control.
    • February/March:  Pre-emergent for crabgrass and broad leaf, Fertilizer, and Post emergent weed control
    • April/May:  Post emergent weed control,  fertilizer, Root enhancer
    • June/July:  Fertilizer, Preventative fungus control, root enhancer
    • August/September:  Fertilizer
    • October/November:  Fertilizer
    • December/January:  Fertilizer, Post emergent weed control and lime maintenance application.
  • Lime Maintenance Application
  • Over-seeding:  Mature plants begin to slow down their reproduction rate.  The practice of over-seeding lawns is the easiest way of keeping grass young.  We broadcast seed using a rotary spreader.
  • Aeration: Core aeration is done on turf areas as a means of reducing turf compaction, improving the infiltration of water/nutrients, and encouraging deeper roots.
  • Starter Fertilizer:  The soil may contain plenty of phosphorus already, but since it doesn’t move or leach, it may not be where the tiny roots can reach it.
  • Soil Test:  Tells us which nutrients your soil needs and how much of them to apply in order to give your lawn the best possible opportunity for success.
  • Over-seeding
  • Power Seeding:  Cut slits into the soil and drops seed into the slits. This is more effective because it allows the seed to have greater contact with the soil.
  • Dethatching:  Thatch is a layer that acts like a roof on top of your soil.  The removal of the bulk thatch layer will help air and water get through to the soil.  Additionally, if you are seeding, the thatch will need to be removed so the seed can get down to the soil.
  • Mulch:  There are three good reasons to mulch. It smothers weeds, conserves moisture, and maintains even soil temperature in summer and winter.  We apply mulch at least 3 inches deep.
  • Flowerbed Treatments: Uses chemical applications to get rid of weeds in flowerbeds.
    • Late Winter: February to March Post-emergent herbicide to reduce the amount of weeds that wintered through in the bed areas.
    • Early Spring: March to April Pre-emergent for grassy weeds. This will help to control the appearance of grassy weeds in the beds. Spot treatment for weeds that have already germinated will be done as needed.
    • Late Spring: May to June Pre-emergent for broadleaf weeds. This will control the germination of broadleaf weeds through the summer months.
    • Early Summer: June to July Post emergent for grassy and broadleaf weeds will continue to hinder the takeover of these undesirables in your ornamental beds.
    • Late Summer: July to August Post emergent for grassy and broadleaf weeds will help to eliminate the weeds that will carry into the fall months.
    • Fall: September to October Pre-emergent for broadleaf weeds will control the appearance of weeds that would otherwise winter through in the bed areas.
  • Lawn Clean-up
  • Trim Bushes/Hedges
  • Sod

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