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Because our lawn mowing and maintenance schedule will begin in a little more than a month, we thought it would be a good time to discuss some of our top lawn mowing and maintenance practices.
Here at Spider Lawn & Landscape, our lawn mowing services begin in late March and run through late October or early November depending on the year's weather conditions. We mow both residential and commercial lawns in Westfield, Carmel, and Westfield, IN.
As you prepare to recruit our lawn mowing and maintenance services, here are three practices we implement to keep your residential or commercial lawn in pristine condition.
Some homeowners will mow their lawns themselves but fail to perform the rest of the lawn maintenance process. When you recruit our team, we won't skip out on any of the essential components of lawn maintenance. You'll receive comprehensive string-trimming and edging services in addition to regular lawn mowing visits.
Edging and string-trimming give your residential or commercial landscape a manicured look.
Our team shows up on every scheduled visit to complete a thorough job. Plus, we complete each visit by cleaning up after ourselves. We blow grass clippings back onto your grass to provide it with additional nutrients that will help it grow green and lush.
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One of the most important things you can do for the health of your grass is to make sure it's being mowed not only routinely, but also properly.
There are many reasons your Indiana lawn in Noblesville, Carmel, Westfield, and nearby areas needs routine mowing, including cosmetic benefits as well as creating stronger, healthier grass.
One of the benefits of a routine grass cutting schedule is that it gives your lawn a beautiful, uniform appearance. When you keep your lawn maintained, it contributes to the look and feel of your entire neighborhood. Additionally, it could help you stay within any regulations set by your homeowner's association. HOAs often have rules regarding lawn maintenance and how high grass should be.
When you keep your yard maintained, it reflects well upon you and shows that you have an interest in making sure your property as a whole looks great.
In order to keep lawn diseases such as brown patch and common insects like chinch bugs and grubs from damaging your grass, your grass needs to be as healthy and strong as possible. When your lawn is regularly mowed, it keeps the blades at the ideal height for photosynthesis and nutrient absorption. It also ensures the grass grows evenly throughout your yard and that the blades are all getting the correct amount of nutrients.
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