Lawns need on average 1" - 1.5" of water to remain healthy during the summer and .5" - 1" during the winter. Grasses do not go completely dormant in our part of the country so moisture in the soil year-round is viable for healthy turf and will help prevent stress due to lack of water.
Feed warm-season grasses during active growth periods, but not during the hot midsummer months. Apply the fertilizer in three phases: first when the grass starts to green in early spring, next in late spring, and once again in late summer.
Once a year. Most trees should be pruned annually for dead, dying, and diseased branches. Older trees should be pruned every 2 to 3 years.
To beautify your yard, to help the tree grow, to encourage fruit production, to remove hazardous branches, to treat disease, to improve a vista.
There are numerous types of mulch such as rubber, pea gravel, rock, bark mulch. The type of mulch will depend on what type of curb appeal you
are trying to present.
We offer lawn maintenance, landscape and irrigation maintenance contracts.
No. We pull all needed permits, contact utilities to mark underground utilities, and perform all required services for compliance with city codes.
Most installations take 2-3 days for a standard size residential lot.
No. The only time we will need the home owner present is for access to the garage to install the controller and to do a walk through and go over
operation of the irrigation system.
Lawn maintenance - mowing, edging, weed trimming, blowing, trash pick-up and herbicide of driveway/sidewalk weeds on a schedule determined by the home owner.
Landscape maintenance - edging, mulch installation/removal, shrub installation/removal/trimming, pull weeds, seasonal color change, herbicide
Irrigation maintenance - monthly inspections to check/adjust controller, valves and heads