AERATION. SEEDING. FERTILIZATION. TRIMMING. 
PRUNING. MULCHING. SNOW REMOVAL. 

(540) 667-8614

SERVICES

SERVICES

When you hire Fresh Cut Lawn & Landscape to be your lawn or landscape contractor your mind will be at ease because you'll know that you are in good hands. We have been building and maintaining beautiful lawns and landscapes in your area for many years. Our experience and training gives us the confidence to guarantee what we can do.
• Our staff will treat you with respect and courtesy as we serve you.
• Our staff will have the proper training to do the job you hire us to do.
• We will have the proper equipment to do our job each time we visit you.
• You will be happy because we will correct any aspect of our work that you are not satisfied with.
• Our trucks will be neat and clean. The presence of our staff will not detract from the look of your property or neighborhood.
• Our staff members will be in uniform while working on your property.
• We will be prepared to provide you a wide range of services for your lawn or landscape.
• As a client of Fresh Cut Lawn & Landscape you will be the first to know when we offer new services and seasonal specials.
• We will do what we say we are going to do.
• You will receive an accurate statement for contracted work.


MOWING

Fresh Cut Lawn & Landscape offers both residential and commercial mowing. Our mowing service includes line trimming, edging and blowing. We trim or edge along foundation of your home or office, fence lines, trees, flower beds, sidewalks and curbs. Our powerful blowers add the finishing touch by removing debris from the hard surfaces around your home.

MOWING HEIGHT

Most cool season grass types such as fescue and bluegrass have a recommended cutting height between 2 and 3 inches. We generally cut grass at 3 inches because a lawn cut at this height will have a deeper root system and be more resistant to weeds and disease than shorter cut grass.

MOWING FREQUENCY

Frequent mowing helps a lawn resist weeds, insects and disease. Infrequent mowing causes too much grass to be removed at one time. Infrequently mowed grass also produces a lawn that looks thin, spotty or burned. As a general rule, we never cut more than one-third of the length of your grass at a time.

Fresh Lawn & Landscape offers 2 residential mowing plans:
Plan 1: Weekly mowing from March 1st until November 30th. 
(Start and stop dates may vary according to weather conditions.)
Plan 4: Mowing every two weeks from March 1st until November 30th.
(Start and stop dates may vary according to weather conditions.)

MULCHING VS. BAGGING

Mulching your clippings is an excellent way to return valuable nutrients to your lawn. Finely cut clippings contain approximately 80% water, 5% nitrogen, 1% phosphorous and 2% potassium. The nitrogen component of grass clippings can provide about one-third of the yearly nitrogen requirement of a lawn. On the other hand, bagging clippings eliminates these valuable nutrients from your lawn.

We sharpen the blades on our machines daily so that our clients' lawns receive the absolute cleanest cut possible. Dull mower blades will not only make your grass appear jagged and uneven they will also make your lawn more susceptible to disease. By sharpening our mower blades daily we help prevent such things from happening. Clients with smaller properties will be pleased to know that all of our mowing crews are equipped with various sizes and types of state of the art machinery so that they can cater to the specific needs of each individual site



AERATION, SEEDING, & SODDING

Fresh Cut Lawn & Landscape offers a variety of services to rejuvenate or renovate your lawn. Besides our outstanding turf fertilization program, we also offer core aeration & over seeding, power seeding, and sodding. 

Aeration is simply a method of punching holes into the turf to allow moisture, oxygen, and nutrients to penetrate the soil. Aeration reduces soil compaction, enhances thatch breakdown, improves water infiltration, improves the response to fertilizer, improves soil composition, maximizes turf grass rooting, and most importantly makes a lawn less susceptible to damage from weeds, insects, drought, and disease. Aeration combined with over seeding is an excellent method for an established lawn to relieve compaction and improve its density. We recommend aeration & over seeding once per season to all established lawns. *Fresh Cut Lawn & Landscape uses top quality seed that is free of noxious weeds.

We also offer power seeding. Power seeding is the process of cutting rows into the soil and planting our high quality seed in the rows. Power seeding is an extremely effective method of filling in bare spots, and/or turning a spotty lawn into a lush turf stand. We recommend power seeding for those lawns that appear thin or spotty.

For those of you who would like immediate results, without the wait for seed germination, we offer sodding. Sodding is the process of applying strips of turf grass to prepared soil, to create an "instant" mature lawn. Sodding can be done at anytime of the year. This is an excellent way to instantly transform the appearance of your landscape. Fresh Cut Lawn & Landscape uses only the best quality sod available. Beware of contractors that use cheap sod. Poor quality sod may have poor root systems and be full of noxious weeds. Our sod is golf course grade!




LEAF REMOVAL

Colorful leaves are beautiful to look at but they're not so pretty when they are piled up on your lawn. Excess leaves can restrict sunlight, nutrients and water from reaching your lawn. As a result, your lawn can suffer from disease, insects and overall stress. 
Stop spending countless hours of your free time raking leaves. Let us take care of those pesky leaves for you. Not only will we remove the leaves from your lawn and landscape areas we'll also take the leaves with us when we are finished. 

Fresh Cut Lawn & Landscape has created two leaf removal plans to control possible problems your lawn may endure.
Plan 2 - Three visits between November and January.
Plan 3 - One visit between December and January.



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