The 2017 landscape season is fast approaching. If you would like a price quote for any of our service, please email the office at email@example.com and schedule a property overview with Emir, Chris, or Sean. If you would like to receive the Landscape Services Form, please email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Irrigation work will start at the end of March or beginning of April. We will start scheduling irrigation system turn ons and irrigation service work, such as coring the heads to remove debris and soil build up or irrigation head replacement. If you have a specific date you would like the irrigation tech on your property, let us know via email at email@example.com.
Construction crews are scheduling from late winter into early spring. If you have a project such as new walkways or a patio, or want to add a cobblestone apron on the driveway, cobblestone edging, or add a sitting wall or fire pit to an existing patio, contact Emir or Chris to get on the schedule before the spring and summer season starts.
Lawn Core Aeration for September…
We are currently scheduling lawn core aeration for the the month of September. This is one of the better months to try to tune up your lawn. Due to shorter days coming and cooler nights, the lawns should come back from dormancy. Aeration is done at this time to help your lawn stimulate growth and with added slice seeding to fill bare spots and thicken lawn.
Fall is a great time for planting. The Spring and Summer colors have come and gone, so lets add some new plantings that bloom in the Fall. We like to call it rolling color throughout the season.
Fall is good time for final pruning. Call us to schedule a maintenance crew to come by, shape up the shrubs and up limb any ornamental trees. At the same time the crews could be weeding the flower and landscape beds too.
Irrigation turn off and winterization…
Now that the temperatures are reasonable, it is time to think about scheduling an appointment for your irrigation turn off and winterization. Keep in mind the system should run into the Fall, as the Cape Cod environment is still very dry with drought conditions.
It is very important your irrigation system is winterized properly. All water needs to be removed and back flows drained of water. Any water left in the system will freeze, creating ice, which will expand and crack whatever irrigation parts still have water in lines or heads. If this occurs, all parts will need to be replaced at additional costs in the Spring.
Spring is here early this year. The crews are out earlier this season starting the Spring property clean ups. Your lawn and landscapes will start greening up and blooming earlier this season.
The mow crews will be starting weeks earlier this season too with more than 28 mow weeks. Take a look at your property then contact us for anything you need to enhance your landscape and outdoor living spaces.
Any questions about our landscaping and property services, call the office at 508-495-1181, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your free estimate or property overview with Emir, Sean, or Chris.
The end of the Fall season is approaching. One of the final steps for the year, is the final property clean-up. The crews will remove all leaves and debris from the lawn areas and landscape beds, as well as any necessary late season pruning. All perennials and annuals will be cut back or removed. Please keep in mind, if leaves are not removed from the lawn area, this will increase the chance of snow mold and will limit oxygen and sunlight exposure to the lawn.
Due to the long winter last season and large amount of snow accumulated on lawn areas, we are offering a fall fungicide application that will help prevent or at least control snow mold again this season. Please call to have Don come by and give you an estimate.
Lastly, if you choose to clean your own leaves, we can send a crew out to remove the pile of leaves. The leaves need to be left near the road so the truck and leaf vac can park near the pile. Please call Sean for scheduling and pricing.
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