Property Maintenance

For your business or home. We’re here to help you with all your landscaping needs.

Lawn Mowing

Our mowing crew leaders have combined mowing experience of over 25 years! They know and understand lawns. Our equipment is new and properly maintained. We do a complete job including trimming edges and blowing off the walks and driveway. Regardless of the size of your property, we will have it looking great every week. Give us a call. Let us quote you a price.

Question: How often should my lawn be cut?
Answer: At times of active growth, lawns should be cut every week to a height of 2 1/2 – 3 inches. Ideally only 1/3 of the grass blade should be removed in one mowing.

Question: Should my grass clippings be collected?
Answer:
Removal of clippings also means removal of nitrogen from the lawn. It is better to chop up and disperse the clippings so they may return nutrients to your lawn. The leaf blade of your grass is actually 80% water and 5% nitrogen. Mulching can reduce the amount of fertilizer you have to apply to your lawn and it helps provide the soil with increased ground cover to hold moisture. Our company uses special mowers with mulching blades that return the grass clippings to the lawn through a continuous cut and re-cut motion. This process eventually drops the finely cut clippings back into the lawn, not onto the lawn. Leaving clippings does not lead to a build up of thatch.

Shrub Trimming

The shrubs and trees that accent your property are a living, growing asset to your home and property. We have certified arborists and certified landscape professionals who can prune and trim your shrubs correctly. Whether you like a formal look to your property or a more natural appearance, we can do either. Our team will do a thorough job from recommending when the proper time to trim will be to a complete clean-up of debris.

Edge and Mulch

Michael Grimm Services strongly recommends installing a new edge on beds as well as installing a top-dressing (1″) of fresh mulch over all garden areas on a yearly basis.

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