The lawn is one of the most noticeable components of your property, so that's why it should be taken care of properly. When you need general landscaping, we can provide trustworthy solutions of the highest quality. Here's a look at the general landscaping services that we can provide.
Mulching: One of the best things you can do for your garden is mulching, which is simply the process of placing a protective barrier known as mulch around across your bare soil and around your plants.
Mulching is undoubtedly an important step in any landscape maintenance routine and features many amazing benefits. Mulch minimizes runoff during heavy rain and also prevents pest growth. Since it retains moisture, mulch also helps cut down on how often you need to water and transfers water to your plants’ roots with more efficiency than non-mulched areas. Not to mention, it adds a nice, manicured look to your property.
The first step in mulching is selecting what kind of chips you want laid down. Chips come in many varieties, including wood shavings, straw, bark chips, stones, plastic, and even grass clippings. Once you choose your chips, our experts will lay them down over so they cover the topsoil around the trees and shrubs in your garden.
Planting Shrubs: In addition to maintaining your pre-existing shrubs, we’re happy to plant new ones as well. We’ll work with you to help plan and design the area you would like to have the shrubs plated, then help you select the types of scrubs you’d like planted. Once we have that figured out, we’ll set up a time to come out and plant the scrubs according to the plan.
Sodding: Kids and pets tracking dirt into your home? Embarrassed by those large patches of dirt in your yard? Laying down sod is the fastest way to cover large, grassless patches of dirt in your yard. Unlike laying down seed which can take months of painstaking, routine care before it begins to flourish, sod provides instantaneous results. Once the sod is laid down, you’ll have a beautiful, less muddy yard to enjoy.
Keep in mind that sod does require a bit of upkeep, especially early on when the new grass is trying to take root in the subsoil. For the first 4-6 weeks after installation, you should water your sod extensively. At the six week mark, you can reduce watering to 1-2 times each week for the next three or so months. During this critical period of time, your sod will be more susceptible to drought damage, pests, and turf diseases. It will also build up thatch (a layer of dead grass) much more quickly than mature turf.
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Equipped with several years of experience and the most advanced tools, our company can keep your lawn beautiful all year long. Why not call us today to discover how we can help you obtain a beautiful landscape. Our friendly experts are always eager to ensure the beauty of your lawn.