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Lawn Maintenance

Service includes a weekly scheduled mow, blowing grass off all hard surfaces (driveway, sidewalk, front porch, and patio) as needed. Biweekly trimming/edging of driveways, walkways and along flower beds.

Seasonal Clean-Ups

Fall: Service will be performed mid-late November, or when leaves have mostly fallen on the property before Winter. -Includes removal of leaves, trash, and debris from the lawn and landscape beds on the property. Includes pruning/trimming/cutbacks of all perennials including removal of annual flowers.


Spring: Includes removal of leaves, trash, and debris from the lawn and landscape beds on the property from Spring.

Lawn Pest Control

Lawn pests are insect or animal species that cause damage to the grass and plants in a lawn or garden. Some of the most common lawn pests include ants, grubs, chinch bugs, white grubs, mole crickets, cutworms, and aphids. These pests can cause significant damage to the lawn, such as yellowing or browning of grass, wilting, thinning, or death of plants, and can also attract larger animals that feed on them, like skunks or raccoons. It's important to identify lawn pests and take appropriate action to prevent or eliminate them to maintain a healthy, attractive lawn.


Aeration is a process in which small holes are punched throughout the soil to allow for improved water and air circulation. This is done to help alleviate compacted soil and promote healthy root growth for plants.


Overseeding is the process of spreading grass seed over an existing lawn to fill bare spots and promote even growth. This helps to maintain a healthy, dense lawn and can also be a way of introducing new grass varieties to a lawn. It is often performed in combination with aeration to promote better seed-to-soil contact and improve germination rates.

Lawn Fertilization

Lawn fertilization is the process of adding nutrients to an existing lawn using a specialized fertilizer. This is done to promote healthy growth, improve the quality of the grass, and maintain the vibrant green color of the lawn. Lawn fertilization involves spreading a mixture of nutrients, including nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, onto the grass in specific amounts based on the lawn's needs. Fertilization can be done with organic or synthetic products and is typically done during the growing season. Proper fertilization can improve the lawn's health and overall appearance, making it more resistant to insects, drought, and disease.


Seeding your lawn is important because it helps to promote a healthy and lush turf that can resist pest intrusion, diseases, and drought. Seeding also helps to repair bald spots, thinning areas, and damage caused by pets and foot traffic. Additionally, a well-seeded lawn can improve the appearance and value of your property, by creating an attractive and welcoming landscape. Proper seeding involves selecting the right type of seed, preparing the soil, and providing the right amount of water and nutrients. Regular seeding, along with proper maintenance such as mowing, fertilizing, and watering, can help to keep your lawn healthy, green, and beautiful.

Lawn Renovations

A lawn renovation is the process of completely renewing or rehabilitating a damaged or worn out lawn. This may involve various steps such as removing old grass and weeds, aerating, fertilizing, reseeding or sodding, and watering. The goal is to improve the overall health and appearance of the lawn by providing it with necessary nutrients, moisture, and new growth. Lawn renovation may be necessary for lawns that have become thin, patchy, bare, or overrun with weeds or pests. It is generally done during the cooler months of the year when the grass is more resilient and can recover more easily from the stress of renovation.

Weed Control

Lawn weed control is the process of preventing and eliminating the growth of unwanted weeds in a lawn. This can be achieved through a combination of methods like using herbicides, maintaining healthy soil, regular mowing and watering, and manually removing weeds by hand.

Mosquito and Tick Control

Mosquitoes and ticks are carriers of various diseases, including the West Nile virus, Lyme disease, and Zika virus. These diseases can be spread to humans through mosquito and tick bites. Controlling the population of mosquitoes and ticks can help prevent the spread of these diseases, keeping people safe and healthy. Additionally, mosquitoes and ticks can be a nuisance and can harm pets and livestock. Therefore, controlling their population can improve the quality of life for both humans and animals.

Rodent Control

Commercial only - Please reach out for additional information.

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