Do you offer scheduled maintenance services?
Yes! Regularly scheduled maintenance services are the best way to keep your property attractive, safe, and well-maintained. We’re happy to pre-schedule you for regular maintenance based on your needs and schedule. Whether you want weekly, monthly, or semi-annual maintenance, we have you covered. Browse our website for an overview of all maintenance services we offer, or give us a call if you have something specific in mind.
Can I give input into the design?
Absolutely. Whether you’re looking for something modern, classic, or cutting edge, we work with you to incorporate your visions into the final design. Schedule a no-commitment-necessary consultation session to discuss your ideas and dreams. We’ll combine our skills and experience with your unique ideas to make sure you get precisely what you want.
Are you insured?
Yes. We are fully insured and up-to-date on all safety regulations. We’re happy to provide proof of insurance.
What’s the difference between hardscapes and softscapes?
Hardscapes are the human-made installations on your property like patios, pagodas, outdoor barbecues, and benches. Softscapes are the natural, growing items planted, like trees, bushes, and hedges. We provide services for both hardscapes and softscapes.
How do I care for freshly installed sod?
When you have fresh new sod, you want to make sure it stays as healthy as possible. To keep your sod in great shape, follow these simple rules:
- Proper watering is essential as your sod must be kept moist throughout the day. You can water it yourself or schedule watering services with us.
- Stay off the sod until after the first mowing to ensure it settles properly.
- After the first few days, cut back on irrigation so the soil will be firm for the first mow.
- Don’t mow your lawn until 14 days (two weeks) after the initial sod installation. To make things easy, you can schedule your first post-installation mowing with us.
- Fertilize at the end of the first month so that your sod gets all the nutrients it needs.