Spring Will Arrive… Eventually

Ok winter, are you done yet?  After all it is officially spring and we have already reached 70 degrees once this year.  So why are you giving us another 12 inches of snow?

Although we can not predict the winter we do know 1 thing, spring will arrive and when it does you want to make sure your yard is ready for the upcoming year.  In this article we are going to take a look at some of the spring services we offer and how they can benefit your lawn throughout 2019.

Spring Lawn Clean Up

Our spring clean up services removes all of the debris left behind from winter.  We use Stihl backpack blowers to remove debris that has collected under shrubs and in corners around the outside of your home.


Our commercial lawn mowers are equipped with a dethatching rake on the front that lifts the dead grass from the ground. The lawn mowers are also equipped with a vacuum collection system that bags dead grass for easy disposal. Removing the dead grass from your lawn gives the grass that is alive more room to breathe and reach nutrients in the ground.

Pre-Emergent Fertilizer

Applied early enough in the season, pre-emergent fertilizer will help prevent unwanted weeds like crabgrass and dandelions from growing in your lawn while promoting a healthy start for the year.

With over 25 years of experience, our licensed fertilization technicians can quickly analyze the needs of your lawn to ensure they are applying the right pre-emergent fertilizer.

Gutter Cleaning

It’s important to keep the flow of movement in your gutters. If not properly maintained they can create run off onto your siding, leaving permanent damage or stains on your walls. Your gutters can also become moldy and rotten to the point of detaching completely from your home or business.

Lawn Mowing

Our mowing service includes line trimming, edging and blowing. We trim along the foundation of your home or office, fence lines, trees, flower beds, sidewalks and curbs. Our powerful blowers add the finishing touch by removing debris from the hard surfaces around your home.