Yard Edging

Lawn Care Services

Taking pride in your lawn means providing what you need. We offer a wide range of services that we customize to each yard we care for. 

We provide mowing services on a routine and one time basis. Our routine mowing services start as low as $50 per service. Pricing depends on size, frequency of service and difficulty level of your property. Factors such as gate size and obstacles within the yard itself can influence pricing. Our basic mowing services include: mowing, edging, weed eating and blowing.

Along with your turf areas, we can also maintain your bedded areas. Services can include weeding flower beds, pinestraw, mulch or rock installation as well as installation of flowers and/or shrubs. We can install a border to your bed to help define the perimeter, contain the ground cover and help prevent grass from growing into your beds.

We can take care of your bush trimming needs, ensuring that your bushes are trimmed within the appropriate season when applicable. We trim ornamental trees as well such as the crape myrtle. Our staff is knowledgeable in the appropriate trimming techniques to ensure bushes and ornamental trees are trimmed correctly.

Early spring is the perfect time to perform a complete clean up of your property to prepare for the growing season. During this time we will clean up any leaves or debris that may have accumulated over the winter months. We can remove weeds from the beds to prepare for new mulch, pine straw or annual flowers. The Fall clean up performed in late fall/ early winter primarily consists of stick and leaf clean up. Depending on individual needs and/or budget, our fall clean up can consist of either mulching the leaves with our commercial mulching mowers or raking, bagging and removing the leaves altogether.

The main reason we aerate is to improve soil compaction. Compacted soil prevents proper circulation of air, water and nutrients within the soil. We use a special piece of equipment that will perforate the soil with small holes to allow water, air and nutrients to penetrate the grass roots. Aerating will help the roots grow deeply and produce a stronger, more vigorous lawn. The best time to aerate varies by location and whether you have warm or cool season grasses. For our service area, late spring is the ideal time to schedule your aeration project.