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Lawn Mowing and

Maintenance Services

Lawn Mowing -

Weekly, Bi-weekly, On Call,

Vacation Coverage, and One Time.

Our Mow service always includes Mowing, Trimming, and Clean-up.

Spring Clean-up

Spring Clean-up is essential for 

the health of your lawn. It also 

makes your yard look great!

We remove all debris, including 

sticks and leaves, from turf, 

gardens, decks, patios, pools, and 

paved areas of your yard. We 

either remove the debris from 

your yard or put it into your 

compost area (lower cost).

Edging & Mulching

Brown, Black, Red

Bark Mulch Installation

New Mulch Applications

Old Mulch Removal if needed

Top Dressing existing Beds

Professional Hand Edging

Plantings and Bed 


Seasonal Colors

Flower Installations

Bush and tree plantings

New Bed Installations

Foundation Plantings

Island Plantings

Pool Plantings

Fence Plantings​

FALL Leaf Clean-up

and/or Leaf Removal

Weekly, Bi-weekly, and One Time

We clean the whole yard

Removal to your compost pile

or off site

Residential and Commercial​

* If properly cut, clippings do not add to thatch. They are mostly water and contain nutrients, especially nitrogen which is food for the soil. The cut out portion of the mown grass is about 90% water so it begins to decompose almost immediately after hitting the ground. *

Weeding and Bed 


Remove weeds from flower beds

Perennial Maintenance

Bulb Plantings

Plant selection

Bed Design

Bush Trimming, Hedges,

Pruning and Shaping


Pruning and Shaping

Hedge Trimming


Core Aeration

Soil compacts with Rainfall, 

Watering, Mowing, Normal Foot 

Traffic, Etc.. Compacted soil may 

not contain enough oxygen to allow 

for healthy turf plant growth. 

Core aerating cuts finger sized 

plugs of soil and turf out of the 

lawn which allows oxygen, water, 

and fertilizer to reach the roots 

of the plant enabling the roots to 

grow deeper and produce a 

 more vigorous lawn.


Over-seeding your existing lawn 

with new seed is imperative to 

replace dying grass and to 

maintain the density of the turf. 

The best time to over-seed is in 

the spring and early fall. Over-

seeding is highly recommended 

after De-thatching and Aeration.


Excess thatch develops when dead 

organic matter (grass stems, 

crowns, dead roots, and debris) 

builds up faster than it 

decomposes. If your lawn feels 

spongy when you walk on it - it 

may have excessive thatch. Heavy 

thatch prevents water from 

reaching the roots, incubates 

disease and shelters pests.

De-thatching, combined with Aeration and Over-seeding, will help to alleviate this by lifting thatch to the surface.

Lawn Installation and Lawn Renovations/Repairs

Lawn Evaluations & Recommendations

Lawn Installations

Plow Damage Repairs

Lawn Patching

Other Services

If you don't see the service you are looking for please ask!

Light Brush Clearing and Debris 


Storm Damage Clean-up

Stone, Loam and Mulch 


Cleaning Fence of Overgrowth​

Winter Services

Limited Availability but we do 

offer COMMERCIAL & Residential

Snow Plowing, Shoveling, and Ice 

Melt Applications

Installation of Winter Deer Fence 

Protection for Bushes and 


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