Mowing and edging Maintenance
Making sure a lawn gets mowed has numerous benefits. Of course, the lawn will look better. The grass will be more colorful, and the yard will look manicured and clean. It will make the entire home or entire business look better. Pest problems will be less likely to develop, and yard debris will have been removed.
Edging has some great benefits, too. One of the best things about edging is that it stops grass, weeds and invasive growth from spreading and wreaking havoc around driveways and sidewalks. A more manicured look is the result, and that increases curb appeal. For a lawn to look better and protect itself edging is a great service to consider.
When looking into a professional team to mow your yard, you want the one that’ll get the job done nice and well cut whether its twice a month, once a week, or even once a month.
When you are looking into someone to do your yard or DIY, you want to make sure of these things to give your lawn a professional look:
One thing you don't want to overdue is cutting too close to the ground when mowing if you plan on doing it yourself. typically an inch to an inch and a half is good. When you mow close to the crown of your lawn, it can be devastating but repairable. Depending on how close you cut, it can heal slowly, or completely patch up and die. However if this is only a few inches wide, the grass surrounding may regrow and fill in that spot.
Having your yard taken care of is great when you want it to look nice and well kept. It is especially good for neighborhood aesthetics. For more information or to book your appointment, Call us today at (209)-267-2797