Fresh Cut Lawn Care provides lawn and landscape maintenance services to keep your property looking its best.
Contact Fresh Cut for your lawn and landscape maintenance needs, including any of the following:
Spring Is coming Soon! Lots of work to do outside. Let us make sure your lawn is ready and more beautiful than ever. This year the Fresh cut team would love to exceed your Expectations. Call today to get on our schedule. 2709294822
We founded this company around the idea of knowledgeable teamwork. We make sure each member of our team understands best practices. We keep everyone up to date on the latest products and techniques.
Our company pays special attention to the details of our work to ensure the complete satisfaction of each client. We will make sure your lawn is properly mowed and edged.
Lawns are beautiful, but lawn care can be complicated. Our knowledgeable staff will care for your lawn using tested, proven, and ecologically gentle techniques.
What are the best lawn mowing practices to keep my lawn healthy?
Proper mowing practices are essential to your lawn’s health and maintenance. Mowing too short damages grass root systems, thins the lawn, decreases drought and disease resistance, and increases your weed population. Please set your mowing height to at least 3 inches for the spring, and try not to cut off more than 1/3 of the grass blade per mowing (cut when your grass is 4-5 inches high). Keep your cutting blade sharp, and do not collect your clippings (unless you have grass clumps), as they return nutrients to the soil as they decompose.
Should I collect my clippings or blow them on the grass?
Blowing your grass clippings into the lawn is more valuable for your lawn as it returns nutrients to the soil as they decompose.
I have dead patches in my lawn what is that and what can I do?
The dead patches in your lawn are likely the result of lawn disease/drought damage from past years. Dead grass/thatch should be removed. Add a little topsoil and re-seed these areas, or aerate and over-seed the damage areas.
What is “Core Aeration” and how do I know if I need it?
Core Aeration loosens the soil to improve the flow of air, water and fertilizers to the grass roots. Aerating your lawn also controls thatch build up, relieves compacted soil, and stimulates root development, creating a healthier lawn. This is one of the best things you can do for your lawn once a year.