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Lawn Renovation

Sod Installation

Sod is a term used to describe the process of installing fresh, live grass on a lawn. When you sod your lawn, you are essentially laying down a new layer of grass that will grow and thrive in your environment.

Sod is a natural product and offers many benefits over synthetic turf or grass seed. Sod is a combination of soil, water, nutrients, and live grass plants, which are then cut into squares or strips for easier installation.


  • Better looking

  • Fewer weeds:

  • Less water waste

  • Less weed control

  • Time-Effective

Grass Seed

Grass seed, refers to the process of planting grass seeds on your lawn. When you seed your lawn, you are essentially creating a new lawn from scratch. This can be a good option if you want to choose your own type of grass or if you have a difficult soil type. However, seeding your lawn takes more time and effort than sod installation, and it may take several weeks for the new grass to germinate and grow.


  • Inexpensive 

  • Easy installation 

  • Less water waste

  • Seed offers more control over your yard

  • No soil prep required: (As long as your soil is relatively healthy) 

  • Great for small patches

  • You can get different types of grass

Bush Removal

Bush removal refers to the process of taking a bush from the ground by its roots to ensure the bush never grows back. The cheaper alternative to this would be to level the bush as close to the ground as possible. The downside to leveling the bush is that eventually the bush will grow back.


  •  Overgrowth 

  • Protect your house's structural integrity. 

  • Prevent the spread of disease.

  • Less Maintenance 

  • Redecorating 

Mulch And Stone Installation

Mulching is the process of adding a loose layer of shredded plant material on top of the soil. Mulching is a valuable method to use in almost every area of your garden, it’s also a great way to save time, money and effort. Mulch is a protective barrier for the plants and soil and a very important step to any garden bed area!


  • Adds Curb Appeal To start, mulch instantly adds a rich color to your landscape bed

  • Mulching Benefits the Soil Moreover, organic mulch and those made from wood can help you improve the soil as they break down

  • Protects Your Lawn Against Pests

  • Helps Conserve Moisture

  • Fights Off Weed Growth

Small Tree Removal

Tree removal is the process of cutting down and hauling away an unwanted tree. Trees need to be removed for a variety of reasons and is sometimes essential to keep other organic life around it healthy. For us, we are not a full-fledged tree company. This means we handle smaller/low risk trees and don't handle larger trees.


  • Skillful Personal

  • Safety Measures

  • No Property Damage

  • Maintaining the Yard’s Outlook

  • Good Health of Other Trees​​

Bed Redefining

A bed redefiner is a handheld tool that works much like a string trimmer or edger. The bed redifiner is used to go around garden beds to make a small trench to separate bed from yard. Bed redefining is also a cheaper alternative than other landscape borders.


  • Edging creates a safe zone around tree trunks and plants

  • You cut down on the loss of your materials

  • Edging keeps your turf, grass and other landscaping areas separate

  • Curb Appeal


Tilling is the process of breaking up and stirring soil. Someone may want to till the soil to prepare it for planting, to mix in organic matter, or to reduce the number of weeds in the area. Gardens are the area most frequently tilled, but tillers are also helpful when seeding and leveling lawns.


  • It helps to loosen the soil. Hence, it improves air circulation in soil.

  • It helps in retention of moisture.

  • It helps in uprooting weeds from the soil.

  • It enhances water retaining capacity of the soil

Tree Limb Trimming

Tree limb trimming is the process or cutting off tree limbs that are encroaching an unwanted area, dead and broken limbs, or simply unwanted limbs.


  • ​Tree Pruning Promotes Growth

  • It Encourages Fruit Production

  • You Can Use Pruning to Treat Disease

  • Pruning Trees Prevents Safety Hazards

  • It Can Help You Shape Your Tree

  • Pruning Removes Unwanted Growth

  • Pruning Saves Money in the Long Run

  • Pruning Can Protect Trees from Storms

Stump Grinding

Stump grinding involves using a special rotating drill to grind a stump into tree mulch. Stump grinding removes the stump and turns the remains into tree chippings that can be used to nourish surrounding plants and trees. Stump removal also gets rid of the entire stump by actually cutting it out of the ground.


  • Improve Aesthetics and Regain Space

  • Avoid Accidents and Inconvenience

  • Protect Against Disease and Pests

  • Stop Stump Sprouting.

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