Maintenance Services

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Weekly Lawn Maintenance

- Lawn Mowing service includes directional mowing and line trimming that will be done around all obstacles and borders. A deep edging will be completed along all concrete areas bordering the turf areas. Debris will be blown from driveway and sidewalk.
Spring/Fall Aeration

- A core aeration is vital in maintaining a healthy lawn in Colorado's harsh climate. This service reduces thatch increasing turfs ability to retain water and nutrients in the root zone.

Organic Fertilization

- This Colorado based product provides the necessary nutrients to increase root activity and develop a thick turf area.

Pre/Post-Emergent Herbicide
-Mixture of herbicide and fertilizer applied to reduce amount of weeds and crab grass in growing season

Spring Overseed

-Spreading a fresh layer of healthy Colorado Bluegrass seed to aid in thickening grass

Revive Turf Application

-Revives proprietary formula works with your lawn to provide the natural nutrients and wetting agents that will produce greener results

-Reduces water needs by increasing water retention

Weed Control in Rock & Mulch Beds
-We provide weed control by using an effective applications in rock and mulch beds to rid of visible weeds in the area

-Prevents future weeds from coming back

-Crews will remove all weeds by hand from all of the rock and mulch bed areas that are on the property

Property Cleanups

- This includes removing of all seasonal debris from the property and includes pruning all trees and shrubs

Tree/ Shrub Trimming

-Our staff is well trained in the proper trimming of all types of shrubs and hedges, perennials, decorative grass and ornamental trees. Likewise, we can help prevent and eliminate mold, mildew, fungus and all types of insects that may attack the health of your investment.

Winter Watering

-Dry air, low precipitation, little soil moisture, and fluctuating temperatures are characteristics of fall and winter in many areas of Colorado Affected plants and sod may appear perfectly normal and resume growth in the spring using stored food energy, but these plants and sod may be weakened and all or parts may die in late spring or summer when temperatures rise.