It’s one of those unfortunate facts of life, everyone with a yard has to have their grass cut. So you’re left to decide if you want to spend the summer sweating your butt off cutting it yourself or hire someone to do it for you. If you’re decision is to hire someone you’re in the right spot.
We take great pride in our quality of work and always strive to give our customers a very fair price on the task to be performed. We offer one time, seasonal, and annual maintenance packages. We understand that different people require different things, so we provide weekly or bi-weekly cuts during the months where the grass grows fast.
With our seasonal and annual packages, we come to an agreement on the number of cuts that will take in either an eight or twelve-month period and you pay the same price each month over that amount of time. This is clearly the best choice for anyone looking to maintain a nice and neat yard.
Our service includes cutting the grass, edging, weed eating, and blowing off the driveway and sidewalks. We can also do things like trim hedges or trees when coming out to cut your grass at Lawn Care Pensacola , but please let us know ahead of time if you would like that done so we can schedule accordingly.
We also offer a full line of landscaping services including laying sod, flower beds, landscape design, spring and fall cleanups, mulch and much more. We buy mulch and sod at quantity pricing so typically our customers are very surprised when they get a quote on installation and material.
It’s amazing how much a nice lawn can change the image of your home. A lot of older homes in areas like East Hill, Scenic Heights, and Cordova Park have a lot of shrubbery that covers the house and that’s not what modern-day landscaping should look like. We work with a lot of small colorful plants and flowers that will bring your yard to life.
We also find that grass needs to be replace periodically in our area for one reason or another and we laying sod is a big part of our business, especially during the spring and even late winter if we’re having a warm winter. Sometimes your yard will start dying in patches and it’s nearly impossible to recover, but from time to time you can do it by having your yard sprayed every six weeks or so. If not you’re only choice is to have new sod put in the yard.