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Jeff

Peachtree City, GA


Date: Jun 14, 2016
“OUTSTANDING WORK out of these guys! They've impressed me from day one. Not only does my yard look great, every time I see them they are happy, upbeat, professional and courteous. Exactly what you'd hope for in any company. They've exceeded my expectations.
"OUTSTANDING WORK Out Of These Guys!"
Services Provided
Lawn Maintenance, Weed Control, Edging/Trimming

Recent Jobs

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Job Details

Location of Job: Peachtree City, GA
When: Jul 20, 2018
Service Category: Residential
Services Performed: Bush Trimming And Pruning
Brief Explanation

Did We Use Hedge Shears Or Trimmers?

We helped a nearby customer in the Peachtree City area with some of their bushes which were currently out of whack.

Thankfully, this customer's bushes simply appeared to be overdue for a bi-yearly routine trim, so we didn't have to whip out the chainsaw just yet.

Surprisingly, there tends to be a fairly long debate between whether hedge shears or hedge trimmers are the best tools for tackling overgrown bushes.

Now, while there's always die-hard fans who swear by one over the other every single time in every situation, we, however, approach every yard work problem with the best solution possible.

In this case, it involved using a solid trimmer followed by some light touching up with a pair of shears.

Trimmers are by far the most time efficient tools for cutting overgrown bushes such as in the case of this specific customer.

And since we had to tackle a fair bit of bushes in a short period of time, we were happy to use as much time advantage as we could get.

Shears, however, tend to get set aside more than they should these days in some ways though.

Yes, they're old-fashioned and a bit more time consuming, but there is just a certain amount of control and crispness to their cut that the likes of an electric trimmer will never have in some ways.

Long story short, we never pigeon-hole ourselves in operating in the status quo merely for the sake of it being the status quo.

Every customer and job is different, so having a dynamic and adaptable approach to every yardwork situation has helped us in a multitude of ways, and will likely continue to do so for many projects and customers yet to come.

How Often Should You Trim Your Bushes?

The ideal amount of times that your bushes should be trimmed can depend on a variety of factors.

Such factors can include: the specific species of your bushes, what sort of weather region you live in and even the position of where your bushes are in comparison to your home.

As a general rule of thumb though, it's often recommended for most homeowners to have their bushes and other shrubs trimmed on an average of 2-3 Times A Year.

Ideally, near the endings of the Spring and Fall months.

This frequency is a great range for the average homeowner in relations to their bushes, be they very many or very few.

If neglected for long enough, bushes can become overgrown and severely intangled.

These mess of vines and branches not only impact the image which your exterior house can give off, but make it much more of a hassle to get them back into a regular state the next time you go to trim them.

Conversely, however, if your bushes are being trimmed to often, this could likely impact the integrity of the plant and potentially stint it's growth in the future yet to come.

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Job Details

Location of Job: Fayetteville, GA
When: Jun 22, 2018
Service Category: Residential
Services Performed: Lawn Care, Mowing, And Edging.
Brief Explanation

Why Did This Lawn Need To Be Addressed As Soon As Possible?

We recently helped out a nearby customer in the Fayetteville area who was in a bit of a bind.

Apparently, the gentleman which called us had recently purchased a house and property yet was presently out of town for the time being.

He'd recently received a warning from the local code enforcement stating that if he didn't have his lawn cut below the regulatory length that he would then be forced to pay a fine as a result.

Because of this dilemma of timing, he gave us a call to see if we could come out and help him with his issue, and we were more than eager and ready to help out.

We mowed both his front lawn and back lawn.

We then weed whacked nearly all of the tall weeds in both the backyard and front yard.

Once with was done, we then edged the walkways along with the streetside curb which appeared as if it hadn't been edged in years

Overall, this was a fairly regular type of a job that needed to be accomplished within a short amount of time and we were able to deliver above and beyond service to this very satisfied customer.

Why Are There Code Enforcement Laws When It Comes To Grass Height?

If you've ever received a code enforcement notice stating that you will be fined unless your grass is cut within X amount of days, then you may wonder why such public standards are in place to begin with.

For most places in the U.S., acceptable grass lengths for residential areas are below 12 inches tall.

In this specific customer's case, Fayette County's length regulations was also at 12 inches.

One of the reasons such residential areas try to regulate grass length is because very tall grassy areas are more likely to attract unwanted guests such as mice, snakes, even stray cats and other forms of wildlife.

Additionally, high grass levels also tend to be leady to higher amounts of littering withing such areas since such debris is harder to see once discarded.

This can then directly lead to harmful environmental circumstances such as non-biodegradable plastics, wrappers, and styrofoams being absorbed into the ground below.

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Job Details

Location of Job: Fayetteville, GA
When: Nov 1, 2016 - Nov 3,2016
Service Category: Residential
Services Performed: Yard Restoration
Brief Explanation

This home is located on a corner lot in Fayetteville. It was a foreclosed home that needed some improvements on the lawn and property.

Local Yard Maintenance Pros

Take a look at a Peachtree City lawn maintenance job that we do regularly.

This project entailed quite a bit of work. With months of neglect, the hedges, shrubs, tree limbs, and grass had overgrown and created a unkept appearance that was unacceptable for the neighborhood.

First of all we cleared the landscape beds of all bushes, debris and small trees. Then, we removed overgrown hedges and shrubs. Lastly we trimmed the lower limbs of the remaining trees to raise the tree line.

In order to facilitate removal of all of the debris, we had a wood chipper on site with us. This made quick work of the haul off.

The backyard of this property is wooded. We took extra time to remove all of the wood and debris from the backyard to provide a well-rounded and improved property appearance.

Improvement That Is Noticed

Throughout the duration of the project we noticed that many passerby residents were taking notice of the improvement. We'd see them walk by slowly to watch, or drive by while pointing and speaking with their passengers.

At the end of the day we had no less than 5 neighbors stop to meet us. They personally thanked and complimented us on the transformation of the property. We consider it a privilege to take part in the maintenance of this fine community.

If you're watching the progress of this property, next you'll see dirt being brought in to raise the foundation level of the lawn. Our trusted referral landscaping company will be doing the work.

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