Lawn & Landscape Maintenance
A happy customer is a returning customer. It’s a simple statement, but it’s one our company lives by. At the end of the day, you deserve a customer service company that provides exceptional and quality lawn and landscape services. We have a policy that you are not just only a client, but more of a friend and partner. Our company wants to be with you and will be here from start to finish when it comes to transforming your home into what you have always wanted. DO NOT trust your lawn to just some guy in a truck who came with a cheap price. The sweet taste of a good deal will soon be replaced with the bitterness of a poor job.
Top 3 Things to Consider When Hiring a Landscape Company:
1. Are getting one of the strongest GUARANTEES in town? Any job worth doing is worth doing exceptionally well.
2. Are they willing to show copies of insurance? This is protection for you and your family’s home. Make sure to do your homework on just how reputable they actually are. Nothing is better than proof.
3. Do they know what they are doing? Do they have the licenses to back it up? You may be surprised to hear, but most all yard work requires a license from the Department of Agriculture.
The Best Landscape Maintenance Offer is Not Enough…Demand Guarantees.
Our Different Plans: We realize that every person and their needs are different. This is why we have several different options to best fit what works best for you. Our landscape maintenance is split into 3 different levels: Good, Better, Best.
The Good Plan: When you are signed up for our Good Maintenance you are still getting better than most. You will be set up for maintenance every other month. Before these visits, we will contact you for any special requests you may have. When we arrive, our crew performs general maintenance such as pulling weeds, trimming as needed, removing dead plants, etc.
The Better Plan (Most Popular): Our Better Maintenance is the most popular. When signed up for the Better Maintenance, you will be set up for monthly maintenance visits. Before the visit, a supervisor will do a walk through of your property. While there, they will complete our in-house checklist to grade the property, make any job notes for our crews, and get an overall feel for the status of the property. We will make contact with you before the visit to see if there are any special requests.
The Best Plan: The Best Maintenance is just that…the best you can get! Clients on this package have access to our best crews, best managers, best time slots, best of everything. This package is for the person who wants it all taken care of with no worries. Regular QC checks will be made by our supervisors throughout the month. Monthly visits to keep the beds weed-free, routinely trimming the shrubs to keep a manicured look, fertilization and pest prevention of the beds, routine sprinkler system inspections, custom annual flower designs, and much more. If you are serious about your landscape and how it looks, this is the package for you.
Spring/Fall Clean-Up: Some just need help getting the major clean ups in the Spring and the Fall performed. If this is all you need help with we are here for that as well.
Weekly Mowing: All of our crews use small push mowers, not heavy, oversized commercial zero-turn riding mowers. Benefit one, is there are no tire tracks and ruts left behind from heavy mowers. Second, it is easier to mow a lawn following rain since push mowers are smaller. Finally, they are just better…hands down a better cut! A standard mow service includes using an edger along all the concrete areas, weed eating around all obstacles, and blowing the entire area off with a blower.
Sprinkler Maintenance: A properly working sprinkler system is by far the unseen hero of any good-looking lawn. Sprinkler heads need to be fixed, values need to be replaced, timers need to be adjusted for the different times of the year, winterizing needs to be performed, and any other things that come up. With our different packages you don’t have to worry about how, when, or why the sprinkler system needs to be addressed, you just know it is handled.