Lawn and Yard Maintenance

No matter how great your landscaping looks when it's first created, proper maintenance will be needed to keep it looking beautiful. Proper maintenance is the best way to ensure you retain the full value of your landscaping investment.

To keep your landscape's stunning appearance, we offer any combination of the following professional maintenance service contracts for residential as well as commercial properties.

Lawn Mowing

Our crews take a lot of pride in the lawns we mow and always offer our best in quality and service. Every step is taken, from freshly sharpened blades daily, to changing our mowing pattern in the lawn weekly, to make your lawn look its best. After all, the appearance of your lawn is a reflection of us and our service.

Every lawn mowing includes the following: complete mowing of the property, string trimming around all edging, trees, posts. and removal of freshly cut grass from all paved and non-desirable areas with a power blower.

Irrigation System Service and Repair

Irrigation systems periodically require maintenance and repair in order to operate effectively and efficiently. Spending a little on preventative irrigation maintenance may save you a lot later on costly repairs or unnecessarily high water bills. Reasons for sprinkler system maintenance or repair include:

Our licensed irrigator will inspect all aspects of your system including the irrigation controller, piping, spray heads, valves, emitters, battery, wiring, rain sensor, spray patterns, zoning, and current irrigation schedule. He will check to make sure all features of your system are working correctly and will adjust you irrigation schedule so it is appropriately set for the watering needs of the time of year. If you do not already have a regular maintenance schedule for your lawn sprinkler system, Our irrigation specialist can provide you with one. Pricing for irrigation system repairs or maintenance will vary by the type of repair needed along with size and complexity of the system.


Fertilization Program includes 6 applications as follows:


Mulch is a protective covering, usually of organic matter, placed around plants to prevent the evaporation of moisture, the freezing of roots and the growth of weeds. We mulch to keep watering requirements low, protect the roots of plants in the winter, keep weeds down, enrich the soil and for aesthetic reasons.



Hedges, Bushes and Shrubbery need maintenance and need to be trimmed on a regular basis. This is not just to make the Hedges, Bushes, and Shrubbery look better but because it is also good for the plant.

Regular Trimming of Hedges, Bushes and Shrubbery's will not only make the plant healthier but also promotes fresh growth of the plant so that it will fill out properly without bald spots and dead ends on the plant. If you would like to have your Hedges, Bushes, and Shrubbery's trimmed feel free to call us and one of our Landscaping Specialists will come out to you home and give you a free quote.


Some species may survive transplanting any time during the year when the ground is not frozen, but woody plants are preferably moved in the spring after the ground thaws and before the buds on the tree or shrub begin to swell. They may also be moved in the fall after leaf drop but before the ground freezes. Fall planting should take place soon after leaf drop, providing time for new water absorbing roots to develop before the soil freezes. This is often difficult to estimate in the Northern Plains. Since evergreens are especially prone to winter browning if planting is delayed until shortly before the ground freezes in the fall, they should be moved late in the summer to early fall. Properly applied antitranspirants may help reduce the effects of winter desiccation in some species. Fall transplant success may be increased by transplanting hardy plants into sites with good soil moisture and wind protection. Woody plants that are transplanted in late spring and early summer, when shoot growth is at its peak, tend to show the greatest transplant injury.

Drainage Solutions

We can fix your poor drainage problems that can lead to property damage and unusable land.

Storm Clean-Ups

We provide 24 hour a day service for emergency situations.


The thatch on your lawn can be your biggest hindrance in growing a vibrant and healthy lawn. A thick thatch can prevent water and essential nutrients from reaching the soil, and the result is a lot of your time and effort wasted for a minimal result. Luckily, there are several ways that you can reduce the amount of thatch present in your lawn and thus make it easier to keep your lawn healthy.

Aeration is when a machine takes cores out of your lawn that are between 3 to 5 inches long. These are the little dirt cores that you probably threw at your friends when you were kids. When you aerate your lawn you are creating more physical space for water and nutrients to enter the soil, as well as creating more room for the grass to spread its roots.

Brush Removal

Our brush removal division is set up for removing piles of brush or clearing out a section of your yard that is overgrown with small trees. Bobcat service is available for grading area & removing of small stumps.