FAQ & Helpful Information
Below are common questions we get asked, issues we have ran across while conducting business, or standard procedures we operate by. We have provided information to help alleviate any confusion and help to provide clearer communication to our clients and transparency to what is expected from our services. If you don't see the information you require, please submit the form below to inquire. We will respond as soon as we can. Thank you for making our website as good as it can be.
What is Normal Cut Height?
In an attempt to maintain the health of your grass, prevent weed intrusion, and provide a lawn you can be proud of; we promote cutting no more than a 1/3 of your grass blade height per mow. Cut heights vary on yard conditions and grass type but most typically are cut between 3"- 4" for most of the season and shorter toward the final mow's.
How Often is Service & When?
To maintain a properly manicured lawn, we offer weekly services. Unfortunately, we must maintain a schedule to ensure our properties are cut in a timely manner so we cannot alter the day of your service, the time of service, or allow skipping service without at least 3 Days Notice Prior to your service date. Your Service Date will be chosen as it best fits within our route. If special days or times are to be requested, there may be additional charges.
Biweekly or One Time Services?
We would love the opportunity to serve you and earn your business. We do try to provide/offer these services, but they are limited as our client list and routes fill up. Later in the season, we may not be able to accommodate.
Biweekly services cost 1.75x the normal rate. For example, if your yard is normally $40 weekly, your biweekly rate would be $70. We must provide these services at higher rate due to the added wear/tear & time on our equipment as well as the logistics of maintaining and billing multiple schedules. Biweekly or One Time Services are not prioritized such as our weekly services and will be done as possible and on our schedule allows.
When Do You Start/Stop Mowing?
Our normal season starts March 1st - November 30th. The first few and last few mows may be on a biweekly basis or as needed if the season is late/early or long/short. When we can we will continue to mow/mulch leaves to help with yard cleanups in the early Spring & late Fall even if the grass is not growing much to make sure your yard is looking its best and ready for the season. This usually equates to 36 Total Mows [or equivalent charges to 36 Total Mows] give or take a few.
What Are My Spring/Fall Cleanup Options?
We Offer Three Levels of Cleanup Services to Accommodate a Variety of Needs and Budgets
1. Budget Conscious
This option consists of mulching all leaves with a mower (no haul away). There will be leaves left but most will have been dealt with. This is a great opportunity to use the leaves as a natural fertilizer.
2. Mixed Cleanup
This option includes the previous budget conscious technique where we mulch most leaves, but we also include blowing out of all landscape beds as well as those hard-to-reach places. We will also rake and haul away any additional leaves and debris as needed to ensure a great looking yard. This is our Most Popular Option.
3. Pristine Cleanup
This option provides the most attention and care to leave your lawn looking the best it can be. We will mow, rake, and collect any debris that needs cleaned up. If requested, we will even perform light trimming to trees or light pruning of your bushes/shrubbery as well as cleanup any areas of your lawn that may require additional attention. This is the most expensive option, but we will meticulously comb through your property to ensure it is looking amazing. We recommend this service to be performed after most the leaves in your area have dropped to ensure a long-term return on your investment.
Hopefully this information has cleared up any questions you may have. Please let us know if there is something else we may help you with. Thank You.