Landscape Services

Let Wager give your lawn thicker growth, better color, and greater resistance to disease and drought!

Below are some of the property maintenance services we offer. We can design a customized plan to give your property the well manicured landscape that will set it apart from the rest. Give us a call if you would like to set up a free estimate.

Weekly Lawn Care

Includes cutting, weekly edging of cement, and string line trimming of all lawn areas. Also includes blowing of all entryways, walks, drives and
approaches to remove grass and debris.

Spring & Fall Cleanup

Includes removal of all leaves & debris from lawn areas, flower beds, and parking lots on property.

Sprinkler System

Includes sprinkler system start up in April or May and winterizing in October. We can handle any repairs that need to be made to the sprinkler system.

Shrub & Tree Trimming

Includes trimming of all shrubs and trees twice per year: once in early
spring and once in early fall. Includes all trees and bushes 12’ and under.

Mulch and Ground Cover

Includes the manual spreading of different types of mulch chosen by our Client. This service is usually performed once per year.

Monthly Weeding & Bed Care

Includes weeding and edging of all flower beds on property to be done on a weekly or monthly basis.

Annual Flowers

Includes planting of annual flowers (early to mid-May) and removal of flowers (early to mid-September). 

Lawn Renovation

Why?  Many older lawns were established with common type turf grasses not suited for heat, drought or poor soil conditions.  They are more often disease and insect prone, requiring more fertilizer and water, a precious resource we can’t afford to waste.  New construction lawns are often stripped of topsoil and the compacted subsoil creates poor growing conditions.

A lawn restoration through over-seeding or sodding will upgrade your lawn and increase the value of your landscape.  A well maintained lawn and landscape can add 15% to the value of your home.  Over-seeding newer turf grass varieties into an older lawn will help it better withstand insects, disease, drought and foot traffic.

Where lawn quality is unacceptable, renovation may be necessary. Renovation involves planting grass seed into an existing lawn area, often adding new grass varieties to repair damage or increase tolerance to drought, shade, or wear. Renovation usually isn’t necessary until approximately 20-25% of the lawn is bare or covered with weeds.

Renovation should be considered if any of the following conditions exist in your lawn:

•Approximately 20-40% of the lawn is dead or has very sparse growth. This may be due to a variety of factors such as low soil fertility, drought and heat, insect damage, poor mowing practices, disease, moderate soil compaction, or increasing shade and competition from growing trees.
•The lawn is soft and spongy when walking across it and responds poorly to regular watering and fertilizer applications. This condition usually indicates excessive thatch (greater than inch). Thatch is a layer of partially decomposed grass stems, roots, and rhizomes (not leaves) at the soil surface but below the green vegetation.
•Broad-leaved weeds such as dandelion, plantain, and knotweed, or grassy weeds such as crabgrass cover about 20-40% of the lawn area.

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