Lawn Care


Please expect the following with the mowing services we provide:
  • Work will be performed on Thursday of each week weather permitting. If weather interferes with service, the service will be performed as soon as they can after. If we get rain at the beginning of the week, it will push back the mowing service date as well.
  • Mowing will include all front, back, side yards, and common areas in the Neighborhood area.
  • Work will include bagging of all grass clippings, trimming around all obstacles, blowing of all concrete areas and areas grass ended up from our work.
  • Edging will be performed once a month with a mechanical edger.
  • Mowing will generally begin in April unless we have an earlier Spring or a super wet, cold and snowy April. It will continue weekly generally into November and possibly the first part of December if we have a warm Fall.
The following list is what to expect when the mowing service happens:
  • Loud noise while we are in progress on your jobsite.
  • On time, efficient use of equipment on your property team members.
  • Friendly, outstanding team members with great customer service at the top of their minds.

Lawn Treatment Program

Please expect the following with the lawn treatment applications we provide:
  • Round 1 (April) – This application is the pre-emergent to protect against crabgrass, dandelions and germination of weeds. A turf area will grow better without the competition of weeds.
  • Round 2 (May) – This application is a granular application placing nutrients in the soil to better the soil content and give proper growing conditions for the turf. A liquid will also be sprayed to control the broadleaf and grassy weeds.
  • Round 3 (June) – This application will help reduce the nutsedge, crabgrass, dandelions and other unwanted weeds in the turf. Nutrients will be added to the soil resulting in increased amount of organic matter, turf density and plant health.
  • Round 4 (July) – This application is used to reduce and eliminate the larvae of grub worm, while adding nitrogen to the soil. This product is placed in order to control the pest and eliminate it from eating at the root layer of the turf.
  • Round 5 (September) – This application will control the fall cool season weeds. Most importantly, a fertilizer will be applied that will stimulate root growth, generate new roots, and revitalize the soil and rhizome layer after the warm, dry summer months.
  • Round 6 (October or November) – This application is high in nutrients to give the turf a lasting diet for the winter months. It will use these nutrients to provide proper plant health for the winter and bring the turf back to life in the early spring.
  • All applications are granular – weeds will be spot sprayed with each application. It is best to let each application dry completely before putting any water on it. If your sprinklers will be running the next day it would be fine to sit on the lawn until then. You don’t want to water right after the application or it may dilute the weed spray down. If it is very hot out and you plan to water, give the weed spray at least a few hours before doing so.
  • Each application will be the same as far as “cautions” go. The fertilizer is not the worry, It’s the weed spray. People and pets should stay off the lawns for a few hours after the application or until the weed spray dries. Once it dries it’s safe to enter the area. 
The following list is what to expect when the application process happens:
  • Dust and pellets of fertilizer on the concrete surfaces while we are in progress on your property.
  • Loud noise while we are in progress on your jobsite.
  • High quality fertilizer to provide the best color, health, and soil contents in the turf.
  • Properly applied weed control to best eliminate unwanted weeds resulting in a weed free property.
  • Blowing of all concrete surfaces and areas where pellets of fertilizer were spread during application.