Lawn Care

Landscape lawn care is all about the care and maintenance of your lawn, and is probably the most common of the maintenance services we provide for residential homes and commercial properties. Most of the lawn care service is about mowing, fertilizing, aerating, and reseeding. Lawn care is hugely important for maintaining the health and appearance of your lawn and ensuring that it remains a functional and attractive feature in a landscape. Lawn care performed by a team of professionals makes every bit of difference and often involves the use of specialized equipment, such as lawnmowers, fertilizers, and aerators. In terms of frequency, it will depend on the season but is usually done on a regular or semi-regular schedule, such as weekly or monthly, depending on the needs of the lawn.

How do I keep my lawns looking great?

These are some of the specific tasks we offer while looking after your lawns:


Mowing: This involves regularly cutting the grass to maintaining its desired height and shape, and removing clippings to keep the lawn healthy and attractive.


Edging: This involves maintaining a clean edge along sidewalks, driveways, and flower beds, and defining the boundaries of the lawn.


Fertilization: This involves applying fertilizer to the lawn to provide it with the necessary nutrients for healthy growth and to prevent disease and pests.


Aeration: This involves perforating the soil to improve soil aeration, water penetration, and nutrient uptake, promoting the health of the lawn.


Over-Seeding: This involves adding seed to an existing lawn to fill in bare spots and improve its density and overall appearance.


Weed Control: This involves using herbicides to control weeds and prevent them from taking over the lawn, ensuring that the lawn remains attractive and healthy.


Disease Control: This involves using fungicides to prevent and control diseases that can damage the lawn, such as brown patches and rust.


Pest Control: This involves using insecticides to control pests that can damage the lawn, such as grubs, ants, and other insects.


Liming: This involves applying lime to the soil to adjust its pH and make it more alkaline or acidic, depending on the needs of the lawn and the type of grass.


De-Thatching: This involves removing a build-up of dead grass and organic matter from the surface of the lawn to promote healthy growth and prevent disease. Lawn care services may also offer other services, such as overseeding, tree and shrub care, and mulching, to provide a comprehensive maintenance program for the entire landscape.