Q: What is the best time to water my lawn?
A: Early morning 1-2 hours before the sun comes up. Watering during the day in the Florida heat causes the water to evaporate before getting a chance to reach the root system of your grass. This also can create a magnification effect as the small droplets of water can magnify the sun and burn your grass.
Watering in the evening and night can promote fungus growth. This leads to an unattractive lawn that can sprout mushrooms, browning, and even a slimy like residue.
Q: How can I achieve a lush green lawn?
A: There are many factors that take into account when achieving that beautiful Florida lawn we all want. First of which is proper watering. Even if you have a sprinkler system your sprinkler zones and coverage may not be optimized. Getting them set to the right times and coverage is essential.
Second is building a strong root structure. Fertilizing your lawn properly with the right fertilizer can give your lawn a strong root structure and that beautiful green color you’re looking for.
Third is proper mowing. Mowing your grass on a proper schedule and cutting at the proper height for the type of grass you have is key to the growth of your lawn. Letting your lawn get to long puts added stress on the root system.
Q: How often should my grass be mowed?
A: Depends on the type of grass, typically any variation of St. Augustine should be mowed weekly during the growing season and bi-weekly in the offseason. Especially if there is a irrigation system.
Bahia grass type, you can stretch out to 2 weeks or biweekly service but depending on how your yard is, it could use weekly mowing during the growing season as well. Can continue biweekly service in the off season as well, even get to once a month depending on irrigation.
Bermuda grass type, can grow rapidly in the growing season and will require a weekly mow to sustain a nice looking lawn.
Q: How often should I fertilize my lawn?
A: In Florida we recommend 3 times, early spring, mid summer and once in the Fall. Type of fertilizer will depend on your type of grass.
Q: How do you accept payment?
A: We accept check, ACH or debit/credit card, we currently invoice via square.
Q: Is it best to be on a schedule?
A: Yes, by getting on our regular schedule you'll have the assurance we can service you. A per cut based potential customer would not take priority over our current customer list & route. we would service on an first available basis. It is also easier as a business to service you when we have customers near you versus across town. This is how we provide a consistent and reliable service to our customers.
Q: Do we have a contract?
A: Yes, We are offering a 12-24 month contract based on 30 or 40 services per year or year round biweekly (26 services). This model will allow the growing season price to be more manageable for the customer and easier for us to scale and properly plan to pay cost/labor year round. This contract can be cancelled with a 50% fee of the remaining balance. It is not meant to tie your hands. We will not auto renew.
Q: Do you have a referral program?
A: Yes, we offer $75 for a referral that purchase a year-round agreement or Landscaping project over $500.
Q: What Areas do we service?
A: Residential: Spring Hill, FL (34606, 34608,34609), Hernando Beach (34607), South Weeki Wachee (34613), West Brooksville (34604), And We just expanded to Trinity, East Lake & Sugarmill Woods (exclusively! Not Homosassa in general).
Commercial: Within 45 mins of Spring Hill, FL currently. Contact us for a free estimate.
Q: Do you perform one-time or seasonal services?
A: Yes. Performing one time services at a higher per cut rate to compensate for the inconvenience or logistics. We add seasonal customers between the months of March and June. We prefer year round customers, we can give a better price point and truly take care of the lawn.