Have questions about our landscaping services? We have answers! Browse our frequently asked questions to learn more about how we can help you create the perfect outdoor space.

You can schedule a free consultation with us. Visit this link, select a day and time that works best for you, fill out the form, and we’ll come out to quote your job.

No, we do not offer warranty on plants, sod or trees installed. If your newly installed sod or plants are struggling, please contact us as soon as possible. (Typically over or under watering is the issue)

We accept most credit cards with a 3.5% service fee. We also accept checks, cash or ACH transfer.

Mulch is a critical aspect to keeping a healthy landscape by retaining moisture and suppressing weeds. It also keeps the soil and plants cool during the heat of summer. If you want to maintain a healthy landscape, mulch should be applied annually.

The best time to water your lawn is before 10 a.m., preferably between 4 a.m. and 6 a.m. At this cool time of day, it’s less likely the moisture will evaporate before your grassroots can absorb it from the soil.

If you can’t water before 10 a.m., don’t make the mistake of watering late at night. It may be cool then, but if the moisture sits on your grass overnight, it can make your lawn more prone to disease. The second-best time to water is between 4 PM and 6 PM.

To encourage proper growth, newly seeded or sodded lawns need moisture in the top inch of their soil, but not so much that they turn soggy. Instead of watering a few times a week, you will need to take a mister and gently spray the newly seeded areas once to two times a day, depending on the weather.

As the seeds germinate, keep the top 2 inches of soil moist. Once the grass grows to a 3-inch mowing height, you can reduce watering to twice a week. Then, you should soak the soil down 6-8 inches, like you would an established lawn.

You should water your lawn once or twice a week, giving your grass 1 to 1.5 inches of water each time. The precise number of minutes for each watering will vary from lawn to lawn, depending on factors like the size of your lawn, the type of sprinkler you have, and its settings.

We will come weather permitting as soon as we get the chance, usually mid March to early April. For our full service customers we will come once in Early Spring (March-April). We will come again Mid Spring (End of April-May).

Early spring visit:
A complete cleanup of lawn/landscape beds including the following; leaves, sticks and other debris 

Spring visit:
Total maintenance of all landscape beds; including spraying of weeds, leaf clean up, and weeding. Clean up of all perennials and ornamental grasses. Bed edge all landscape beds, proper pruning as needed, pre-emergent weed control, proper mulching, as well removal of all debris.

Summer visit:
Proper pruning of all landscape plants, perennials and roses. Weeding of all landscape beds and removal of all debris

Yes, we can bag the grass clippings for an additional fee. During early spring growth season, bagging clippings is necessary in most cases due to the excess clippings. During the summer months, leaving grass clippings in the lawn acts as a free fertilizer, and is advised we mulch the clippings and leave them. This will add a valuable source of nutrients to the lawn.

Weekly or bi-weekly depending on the rate of growth and season. We typically mow weekly during the peak growing season (April-June) and again during the fall months. Frequency change will be adapted during hot and dry months of the summer.