Lawn Care and Landscaping Mainteance Services The services range from mowing, aeration and seeding to weed control and tree and shrub care. Mowing – The landscaper has the right tools to mow appropriately and quickly. They will weed whack on the edges and clean up the trimmings.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Should you weed before mowing?
Before you get behind the mower, trim and edge your yard to lessen the risk of damaging trees, plants, and hardscaping by getting too close with your mower. Plus, weed whacking around obstacles like trees, mailboxes, and fences will make mowing a lawn go faster, because you won't have to work tediously around them.
Do landscapers cut grass?
The short answer is yes. As part of a larger landscaping project, mowing may be included in the overall lawn care and maintenance of a property.
Can you mow lawn with weeds?
Tip. Timing is everything. If you see weeds starting to sprout up, you might want to run the lawn mower over the lawn even if it doesn't need it. If the blades of grass haven't grown, the mower won't harm them, and you can cut the weeds down before they go to seed.
What is the difference between lawncare and landscaping?
Lawn care involves some routine seasonal tasks like trimming and edge, weed removal and fertilizing, mowing and watering, etc., On the other hand, Landscaping is the act of transforming an outdoor area by plantation, construction or reorganizing. ...
Is it possible for a lawn mower to spread weeds?
Yes, lawn mowers can spread weeds. Weeds and their seeds can get stuck under the deck of the lawn mower. Their seeds then can easily fall into other areas of the lawn, and thus spread even faster. With that being said, I found out that there is a lot more to weeds than it meets the eye.
Can a lawn mower spread grass clippings and dirt?
When you mow, some of the grass clippings and dirt will stick underneath the mower’s deck. If you come across weeds and mow them, the chances are some of their clippings and seeds will also stick to the undercarriage of your mower. As you mow, these cuttings can drop and spread the seeds of the weeds.