Enjoy the benefits of a professionally-maintained lawn from Easy Green Landscaping. We are not the typical lawn mowing contractor. Our team of professional lawn and landscape specialists are uniformed and will arrive on time in a clean company vehicle, ensuring you always know who is on your property. Contact us today to experience the difference of working with a professional lawn mowing service.
To obtain a professionally manicured lawn, it is necessary to mow your grass on a regular basis. A proper mowing schedule will cause less stress on your turf, allowing it to look it’s best. However, there is more to properly caring for your lawn than just mowing it consistently.
Our lawn mowing experts are highly trained in best practices for maintaining yards here in Colorado. For example, we stagger our mowing pattern, line trim around flower beds, trees, fences, and other obstacles in the lawn, and we tidy up by blowing off your sidewalks and driveway.
Our commitment to quality lawn mowing service doesn’t stop when we’re done mowing, either. At Easy Green Landscaping, we meticulously maintain our equipment by cleaning our mowing decks and sharpening the mower blades consistently so we deliver the perfect cut with each service.
Lawn Mowing Services Includes
- Mowing the entire yard
- Line trimming (weed-eating) around trees, flowerbeds, fences, and other lawn obstacles
- Edging sidewalks, driveway, patios, and other hard surface areas with a steel blade edger
- Blowing off all hard surfaces for a clean look
At Easy Green Landscaping, we offer weekly and bi-weekly lawn mowing services in Aurora, Centennial, and Parker. We recommend weekly lawn mowing service, our most popular service, but we also offer budget-friendly bi-weekly lawn mowing services.
Weekly Lawn Mowing Service
Easy Green Landscaping has been providing lawn mowing service in Colorado for almost a decade. Our weekly lawn mowing service is the most popular service in the area because we provide the best results and a healthy green lawn on every contract. For weekly lawn mowing service, we mulch the clippings into the grass, which promotes a healthier lawn. Grass clippings are made up primarily of water and contain nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium — all ingredients commonly found in fertilizer. Mulch mowing can provide one-third of the annual fertilization needs of your lawn and does not contribute to excessive thatch build-up when mowed weekly.
Bi-Weekly Lawn Mowing Service
We offer bi-weekly lawn mowing services for our clients with stricter budgets or whose yards require special attention due to lack of irrigation or drought. Bi-weekly lawn service helps keep your yard in check, although it may allow the thatch build-up and uneven cuts generally prevented by weekly maintenance. It’s up to you to decide which service is best for you. You can change from one service interval to another at any time.
Cutting Grass, The Right Way!
Cutting your lawn really short is not doing it any favors. Surface roots can be exposed, the soil will dry out faster, and surface aeration is reduced. As a general rule, you should not cut off more than one-third of the grass length at any one time. Most turfgrass species are healthiest when kept between 2.5” and 3.5″ tall. When your grass is healthy and thriving, it will naturally help reduce weeds.
What Mowing Frequency Should I Choose?
A general rule of thumb is not to remove more than one-third of the total leaf surface when mowing your lawn. This may require mowing every four to five days during rapid growth in the spring. Higher cutting heights allow more time between mowing cycles. This is desirable during periods of rapid growth. Removing more than one-third of the total leaf surface can severely injure the grass plant by decreasing its ability to support its underground portions. For these reasons, we recommend weekly lawn mowing services.
Managing Grass Clippings
It is best to return clippings to the lawn whenever possible. When the lawn is mowed so that less than one-third of the total leaf surface is removed, we can easily return grass clippings to the lawn. A common misconception is that clippings left on the lawn will promote thatch buildup. This is not true. Clippings do not make significant contributions to thatch and should be returned to the lawn whenever possible. These leaves contain mostly water and break down rapidly, releasing nutrients back into the system. Returning grass clippings means that nitrogen applications can be reduced by as much as 1 pound per 1,000 square feet per year. However, excessive accumulation of clippings from infrequent mowing may smother the turf and should be removed.
Ready to start your professional lawn maintenance routine service? Contact Easy Green Landscaping today for a free quote!
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