Industrial Maintenance

Lawn Renovation

Maintaining a beautiful, lush green lawn is sometimes a difficult task for even the most seasoned home gardener. Quite often the knoledge of horticultural practices needed to sustain a lawn are just not available, and when this happens lawn can perish. We are very familiar with this cycle and are here to help. Not only have the tools and techniques to help save your existing lawn, we also can prodive new turf in many forms.

It is quite common when a new home is built that the lawn installed is a sun-loving blend of seeds or sod that look and grow great. However, as the years pass and the trees mature, the sun becomes more and more filtered and the lawn mecomes thinner and thinner. What was the correct seed or sod at the time is no longer the proper type of lawn for under your big, beautiful shade trees. When this happens, we are here to help.

 Sodding

For an instant green, healthy lawn, nothing beats the transplanting of a new lawn into your yard. Sodding just does this, rolls of sod are cut from a sod farm and then transplanted into your property. When kept moist, the new sod lawn starts growning almost immediatley, needing to be mowed withing about 10 days. There are several advantages of installing sod over seeding, the first of which is the instant gratifacation of an imediates new lawn. Second, sod is very expressive. If you are not watering it enough, sod will show signs of drying, shrinking, or discoloring rather quickly, telling you it needs more water.

Seeding

A seeded lawn is a stronger lawn than transplanting sod into your yard. A home-grown seeded lawn will have a deeper root system and be a little healthier than sod.

Slit-Seeding

 

 

Over Seeding

 

 

Seed Types

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Testimonials

Davis Quint
2016-03-12, 03:07
I'm very happy with your company and the landscaping. nice work
Sharon
2015-05-28, 10:01
My new landscaping is wonderful, I just love it! Thank you!
Beverly P., (HWHOA President)
2015-04-01, 17:09
We just wanted to say thank you for your wonderful work this winter. Your workers do wonderful work in horrible conditions. Thank you.