Spring Cleaning Package.
Power Racking • Aerating • Fertilizing and removing all debris from the property.
• Power Raking is great a way to remove the dead debris and crust that builds up on a lawn over winter, also known as thatch.
• Aerating consist in doing plugs on the lawn to ensure that the rain, oxygen and nutrients are being penetrating into the soil to strength the new grass.
• Spring Fertilizing will give nutrients to the grass in order to recover from winter weather.
Monthly Maintenance Contract Includes:
Weekly mowing service • Side walk edging • Line trimming around the lawn • Blow landscape surface • Remove and dispose debris • Trimming done as necessary • Weeds clean up every 5-6 weeks • Weed Control spray the lawn • Fertilizing four times throughout the season and one application of grub control in June • Fall cleanup is also included in this option and is done in November. (Additional starting Clean up service may be required).
Weekly Maintenance Contract Includes:
Weekly mowing service • Side walk edging • Line trimming around the lawn • Blow landscape surface • Remove and dispose debris.
This Service is from mid April thru last week of October.
(Fall and Spring Clean up are not included).
Leaf removal or mowing as necessary. Seven visits during non-growing season. Usually include 1 in November, 2 in December, 1 in January, 2 in February and 1 in March. All estimates are based on the number of visits.
Power Raking is great a way to remove the dead debris and crust that builds up on a lawn over winter, also known as thatch. It is also a gentle way to remove a small amount of thatch from the lawn without causing the significant damage that patches’, a turf disorder which makes the soil actually repel water.
We recommend power raking in the early spring before new growth has begun. Power raking is also a great service to combine with reseeding, as it opens the lawn surface so that new seed can get better established.
As lawns ages or sustain heavy use from play, activities, pets, vehicle traffic and parking, soil compaction can results. Soil compacting forces are most severe in poorly drained, wet or excessively moist sites. Compaction greatly reduces the pore space within the soil that would normally hold air. Roots require oxygen to grow and absorb nutrients and water. Compaction reduces total pore space and the amount of air within the soil. It has a negative impact on nutrient uptake and water infiltration, in addition to being a physical barrier to root growth. This results in poor top growth and lawn deterioration. Core aeration can benefit your lawn by:
•Increasing the activity of soil microorganisms that decompose thatch.
•Increasing water, nutrient and oxygen movement into the soil.
•Enhancing infiltration of rainfall or irrigation.
•Helping prevent fertilizer and pesticide run-off from overly compacted areas.