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Renovation & Cleanup


Thatching & Aerating

A dethatcher works by removing the top-most layer of dead grass to allow the soil to breathe. A lawn aerator works by creating small holes into the soil to relieve soil compaction. Dethatching loosens topsoil in preparation for overseeding. You do not necessarily need to aerate before overseeding.


Seeding & Fertilizing

Is designed to help ensure strong seedlings and overall healthier plant growth. ... Seeds require less fertilizer than plants in the vegetative and flowering stages, so seed starting fertilizers help growers deliver the perfect amount of fertilization to their seedlings.


Moss Control

Mosses, along with the majority of lawn weeds, mostly take full advantage of areas which are barren in the lawn, or of yards which are sparsely covered at best. Moss flourishes in parts of a yard which are shady, while weeds prefer to dig in where there is direct sunlight available.

The good news is that such Lawn Moss does not eliminate existing grass, like a number of individuals fear. The greatest defense where lawn moss is concerned proves to be a full and vibrant grassy lawn.

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Brush & Tree Removal

Perform tree and brush removal and trimming not to damage trees, shrubs, and other landscape features that are to remain.

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Pressure Washing

Pressure washing or power washing is the use of high-pressure water spray to remove loose paint, mold, grime, dust, mud, chewing gum and dirt from surfaces and objects such as buildings, vehicles and concrete surfaces.

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Roof & Gutter Cleaning

Gutters are the collection system, on the edge of your roof. They are designed to change the direction of water that is running off your roof to the downspouts. ... If too much debris collects in your gutters, there is no where for the water to go and it becomes essential for you to clean your gutters.

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Roof Treatments

Roof treatments provide an extra layer of protection from the elements. They are important for flat roofs, which tend to collect water, but they’re optional for sloped roofs. In most cases, a sealant is applied to a sloped roof as it ages in order to extend the life and prevent leaks.

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