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Lawn Care

Routine Mowing

Routine mowing is when you get your lawn mower on a regular basis. We offer this service on a weekly or a biweekly basis.


  • Reinforces Healthiest Grass Shoots

  • Nutrients Fall Back To The Soil

  • Pushes Away Weeds

  • Keeps Lawn Debris In Check

  • Maintains A Consistent Growth

  • Provides Immediate Aesthetic Appeal

Weed Whacking

Weed whacking, also known as weed-eating or line trimming, is the process of cutting weeds with a tool called a trimmer. This service is included if you are one of our routine mowing clients! Typically weed whacking is done around the edges of a home or around areas where the mower can't get to. It helps keep all the grass even and prevents certain areas of your lawn to be longer than others.


  • Curb Appeal

  • Prevents Uneven Grass

  • FREE with Routine Mowing

Bush Trimming

Bush trimming is a process of carefully cutting and removing excess branches and growth from bushes. Trimming a bush can give it a clean and even look that is very pleasing and can help the bush in the long run. Bush Trimming helps them to attain a particular shape and growth. When they are still young, we can trim them to pick your desired size, shape, and look. In the end, this helps them not to grow wild in your landscaping beds.


  • Trimming Increases Your Property Value 

  • Trimming Restricts the Bushes Size

  • Trimming Lets in More Light

  • Trimming Maintains the Shape

  • Trimming Reduces Insect Infestation

  • Trimming Keeps the Bush Healthy 


With edging, an actual cut is made in the lawn. This “edge” puts a line between the grass and borders or sidewalks. Edging gives your driveways, sidewalks, and any other borders a nice clean straight-line finish.


  • Uniform Grass Lines

  • All concrete is visible

  • Snow removal is easier

  • Eliminates possible trip hazards


Weeding is removing an undesirable, unattractive, or troublesome plant. A weed is any plant you don't want in your garden. Removing these plants help make your garden bed pop and gives it a cleaner look.


  • Weeds steal nutrients from plants in your garden you want to keep

  • Left unattended they spread quickly

  • Curb appeal

Natural Pesticides

Natural pesticides are pesticides that come from natural sources—generally plant or mineral derivatives. We use natural pesticides because they are better for the environment! Using pesticides on your lawn helps to kill unwanted weeds and harmful insects.


  • Environmentally friendly

  • Healthier 

  • Better soil quality

  • Reduce carbon footprint

Natural Fertilizer

Fertilizer is food for plants. Using fertilizer provides nutrients for plants to thrive! Apply fertilizer will help your yard look better than ever, your yard will be much healthier.


  •  better for the environment 

  •  increase biopersity

  • improve the structure and health of your soil.

  • Natural fertilizers are more efficient than chemical fertilizers, you will need to apply less fertilizer less frequently


Dethatching is the process of removing dead grass from your lawn. Some thatch in your lawn is beneficial to your grass but too much thatch will smoother your lawn. By removing the excess thatch, it promotes more airflow, water, and nutrients reach the root zone of your grass.


  • Improves drainage

  • Allows nutrients, water, and air to penetrate soil.

  • Improves root growth

  • Allows fertilizer to more easily reach soil

  • Stimulates existing grass roots and encourages new root growth

  • Help prepare a lawn for reseeding or overseeding by allowing more room for new seed to have soil contact and gives it a better chance of germinating

  • Promotes healthy grass which in turn helps fight weeds


Aeration involves perforating the soil with small holes to allow air, water and nutrients to penetrate the grass roots. This helps the roots grow deeply and produce a stronger, more vigorous lawn. The main reason for aerating is to alleviate soil compaction.


  • Increased access to fresh air, water, and nutrients

  • Improved water absorption and thereby reduced runoff

  • More advanced and resilient root systems

  • Encourages the growth of different beneficial microorganisms

  • Reduced soil compaction

  • Easier fertilizer uptake

Dog Waste Removal

Dog waste removal is the elimination of your unwanted pet waste left in the yard. 


  • Keep Your Lawn Healthy If you thought your dog’s waste was a natural fertilizer, think again. This is because dogs have a protein-rich diet that is high in acidity

  • Enjoy a Clean and Safe Yard

  • Safer Disposal

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