When you live a busy life, it is hard to find the time to maintain, and care for your lawn. You can rely on us to take care of your landscape so that you can focus on the things that are important to you. We offer references and have been here since 2003.
Our company pays special attention to the details of every project to ensure the complete satisfaction of each client. You can trust that your lawn will be properly mowed, edged, and all trimmings and debris will be removed before we leave your property.
Your satisfaction is our priority and we take pride in our work. We are prepared for any lawn care needs and will complete your requested tasks in a timely manner with detail and precision, and at a price you'll love. Lawn service in Cooper City, Southwest Ranches, Davie and surrounding areas.
We care for your lawn the way you would if you had the time. Each visit we mow, edge, weed and blow loose cuttings.
We all want lush lawns and healthy home gardens, but that’s not always easy in the Sunshine State, especially during summer’s scorchingly hot days.
Here are 7 tips for getting – and keeping – your yard healthy and happy, even in the heat of Florida summer.
Mulch helps keep soil moist and reduces weeds. To prevent rot, avoid piling mulch against plant stems and tree trunks.
Avoid watering between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. to prevent water loss from evaporation caused by peak sunlight. Instead, water either early in the morning or late evening.
Make sure your sprinklers are watering your grass and plants, not sidewalks and driveways.
Through low-pressure, low-volume water distribution, drip irrigation systems keep roots moist without drowning them, keeping your plants healthy and reducing overall water usage. Drip irrigation hoses can be placed on the ground or be slightly buried to allow water to seep down to a plant's roots for optimal growth.
Keep your yard looking healthy and green without wasting water by setting your irrigation system’s timer with a watering schedule that suits your area. Usually, watering twice weekly will do the trick. Check with your local Water Management District office or Cooperative Extension Service for more information on how often you should water your lawn.
Florida is known for its almost daily summer afternoon showers. Take advantage of this natural source of water by adding extenders to gutter downspouts or using rain barrels. Aim the extenders toward your property's highest elevation so rain water can flow down through landscaped areas. If you go the rain barrel route, cover the barrels when rain isn’t falling to prevent mosquitos and frogs from breeding in your backyard.
Higher grass develops a more extensive root system, making your lawn more drought-resistant. If grass is mowed too short, it expends most of its energy toward growing new leaf blades, making it more prone to drought and weed invasion.
Lawn work can help transform your home. We strive to be in constant communication with our customers until the job is done. If you have questions or special requests, just drop us a line.