We pay close attention to all our clients turf to ensure we aren’t damaging it in any way. Part of our strategy is changing the cutting pattern every so often to prevent ruts. Following the same path will tend to leave markings, regardless of the mower size. Similarly, a key part of ensuring optimal growth is following the one-third rule. You should never trim more than one third of the grass blade: doing so stresses grass shoots and slows or prevents optimal growth. Our goal is to allow the grass to take in the proper nutrients through the root, blades and photosynthesis. Our clients properties are treated with the utmost respect and integrity. We treat their homes as if they were our own.
In addition to St. Petersburg lawn mowing, we offer expert landscape maintenance. both residential and commercial clients, including Pinellas HOAs, throughout Largo & Clearwater. In the Tampa area, most homeowners rely on irrigations systems to get them through the many warm dry months of early spring. Still, due to lower winter temperatures, grass growth slows down from October to April. These months, biweekly cuttings are the norm. By mid April, temperatures are on the rise and the grass starts growing accordingly. That is the time we flip from bi-weekly cuts to weekly service.