Our fall clean-up service is the process of removing all leaves, branches and other debris that have accumulated over the course of the summer season. It is important for the health of your landscaping to remove these material because they harbor fungal material such as spores that harm the health of plants in your landscaping.


Our landscape division has many years of experience in all phases of landscaping and our customer focused approach makes the landscape experience just that, an experience.We want our customers to be part of the process from start to finish so they can have as much input into the project as possible.


We understand that your property is a big investment and we want our customers to know that we are here to help them accomplish the dreams that they may have for their property. From new construction landscaping to landscapes that need a face lift, our professional staff is here to help.

Key Services We Offer

We offer a variety of landscape services for residential as well as commercial properties. Our team is well experienced, polite and professional and our equipment is second to none. Below you’ll find a list of our services. However, if you do not see what you are looking for, don’t hesitate to contact us. Just because you don’t see it, doesn’t mean we can’t help you.

  Spring and fall clean up
  Removal of leaves and debris
  Edging and Mulching
  Winter cleanup, sand and debris removal


Maintenance Tips

Healthy soils cycle nutrients effectively, minimize runoff, retain water, and absorb excess nutrients, sediments, and pollutants. Have your soil tested for nutrient content, pH, soil composition, and organic matter content. Contact your local Cooperative Extension Office Exit EPA website  or state universities for a soil test kit or soil testing services. Very sandy soil, heavy clay, compacted soil, or extreme soil pH may impact which plants are right for your yard. In these cases, seek advice from a nursery, horticulturist, Cooperative Extension, or other expert.

In addition to making landscapes attractive, mulch adds an extra layer between plant roots and air, helping to protect plants in a variety of ways. Mulch helps reduce evaporation, which allows soil to retain water longer and means plants require less frequent watering. Mulch also helps plants thrive by inhibiting weed growth, preventing soil erosion, and moderating soil temperature, Different plants require different soil conditions, so it’s best to choose a mulch type based on plant varieties and their soil needs.

When trees and shrubs are planted, they will normally require irrigation during the establishment period. Once the plants have taken root, irrigation can be reduced and or eliminated. It is also common to surround the plant with a berm that holds the water at the base of the plant, preventing it from flowing away. Turfgrass sod, plugs, or sprigs are mature plants that are directly planted into the landscape and establish quickly. The quick establishment period is a benefit to using sod, although the cost of installation can be higher than using seed. Seeding the landscape has a lower cost but could take longer to establish.

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Planting & Removal Charges

Within your budget you can freshen up your plant with a few key upgrades that will increase your home’s curb appeal. A new gravel driveway or concrete walkway can make your home look like new. Small budgets are good for breaking up a larger project into manageable chunks, so you might splurge for a nice walkway this year and deal with the driveway later.