Lawn Mowing Services

Mowing and watering are the two main factors in keeping a healthy lawn without weeds.

It is recommended to mow your yard on a weekly basis during the warm season, as this will help ensure a lush green lawn. During the cooler months, the off-season, we suggest mowing bi-weekly or monthly when the lawn has gone dormant.

We offer 3 convenient lawn programs to fit your needs.

Description

  • Weekly mowing-April thru November (34 visits total)
  • Biweekly mowing/leaf cleanup-December and March (4 visits total)
  • Monthly mowing/leaf cleanup-January and February (2 visits total)
  • 8 Round Turf fertilization Program with Weed Control
  • 6 Round Shrub and Ornamental Program for your landscaping
  • 4 Round Integrated Pest Management for you turf

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Complete

  • Weekly mowing-April thru November (34 visits total)
  • Biweekly mowing/leaf cleanup-December and March (4 visits total)
  • Monthly mowing/leaf cleanup-January and February (2 visits total)
  • 8 Round Turf fertilization Program with Weed Control

Ultimate

  • Weekly mowing-April thru November (34 visits total)
  • Biweekly mowing/leaf cleanup-December and March (4 visits total)
  • Monthly mowing/leaf cleanup-January and February (2 visits total)
  • 8 Round Turf fertilization Program with Weed Control
  • 6 Round Shrub and Ornamental Program for your landscaping

Premier

  • Weekly mowing-April thru November (34 visits total)
  • Biweekly mowing/leaf cleanup-December and March (4 visits total)
  • Monthly mowing/leaf cleanup-January and February (2 visits total)
  • 8 Round Turf fertilization Program with Weed Control
  • 6 Round Shrub and Ornamental Program for your landscaping
  • 4 Round Integrated Pest Management for you turf
(This is a 12 month seasonal schedule set for lawn care. Flower Bed Maintenance is not included in this program. One year agreement required.)

Weekly Mowing Services Include:

Lawn Mowing

best if no more than 1/3 of the grass blade is cut off, hence why weekly mowing is necessary.

Edging

around landscape borders, sidewalks, pathways and driveways.

Blowing away debris

final touches, clean up

Bi-weekly mowing is preferred in the offseason, cooler months, when the grass doesn’t grow as much.

Mowing grass that has grown too tall results in cutting too much length off the grass blades, which can result in a brown or yellowish discoloration of the lawn.

Long grass clippings can also contribute to an underlying condition called “thatch” that creates a carpet of clippings near the base of the grass. This prevents water, oxygen and nutrients from reaching the grass roots and requires more maintenance down the line to keep your grass healthy.

Don’t let your lawn get out of control. Ryno Lawn Care can handle everything for you.