These are all the services available for complete lawn care, and for ensuring a nice, healthy lawn all year long:
Mowing – Mowing the lawn serves a twofold purpose. First, mowing the lawn on a regular basis helps keep the grass short, neat, and even. This also gives your lawn a very well-manicured and orderly appearance. Second, mowing the lawn helps keep your lawn healthy and eliminates some of the pests from the grass at the same time. It can also ensure that various pieces of debris are picked up and are cleared every week so that nothing really accumulates in the grass.
Edging – By doing this, your garden will have a well-defined look that is definitely more attractive. Adding a border also eliminates the need for frequent grass plucking from the plant beds. It also keeps mulch in its place and provides a mowing path that makes mowing easier.
Mulching – Mulch is valuable for the health and care of your lawn because it insulates the soil helping to provide a buffer from heat and cold temperatures. It also retains water helping to keep the roots moist and keeping weeds out to help prevent root competition. Mulching prevents soil compaction and reduces lawnmower damage.
Shrub Trimming – Pruning can help control the size of a shrub, direct growth, influence flowering or fruiting, rejuvenate old, overgrown plants, or maintain plant health and appearance. Pruning also encourages growth below the pruning cut.
Fertilizing – A regular and proper fertilization program is necessary to maintain good quality turfgrass. Fertilization does more to improve poor quality grass or excellent quality grass than any other single management practice.
Seeding – It is one of the most important methods to repair and thicken your lawn. When you have bare soil areas, or you want to help your lawn thicken up, this service is vital for the flawless appeal of your garden.
Aerating – Aeration enhances oxygen levels in the soil of your lawn thus stimulating root growth. Inserting holes in your lawn allows speeding up moisture and nutrient absorption.
Weeding – The removal of unwanted weeds is useful because these plants compete with the grass for space, water, and nutrients. It also helps to loosen the soil improving its absorption ability.
Leaf Clean-up – When leaves are left on the grass, they reduce their ability to photosynthesize by shading available light. Leaf removal is most important with newly seeded lawns since the young grass will die without light more quickly than the established turf. Leaf Clean-up is also essential for the visual appearance of your lawn!