Fall landscaping services
- tree planting – very good time for year for planting.
- raking and leaf pickup
- yard cleanup
- sprinkler blow-out – make sure sprinkelr system doesn’t freeze and cause punctures from expanding ice in tubes,
- aerations – fall aeration allows winter snows to melt and settle in.
- tree trimming –
- weed and feed – final weed and feed helps establsh lawn roots
- Full sod replacement – Great time of year for sod installation. Remember you’ll have to water everday for at least 21 days or the sod will not become established.
Here are the ideas customers ask us to fulfill when engaging us in a landscaping services contract. We specialize in commercial landscape and assure excellence throughout the project.
Lawn services – ongoing
- weed and feed
- sod planting in failing areas
- species transplants
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Shrub trimming and planting – one time
- species selection and placement
- fertilization of all trees and shrubs
- shaping and removals based on master plan
Commercial Lawn Irrigation
“All the water that will ever be, is right now. “ National Geographic, October 1993
Efficient sprinkler systems are a large part of keeping your turf and landscape thriving. You can be assured that your sprinkler system will be running at its full potential to save money on water bills.
In Highlands Ranch, commercial businesses can be fined up to $1000 for drought violations! This can include irrigation and sprinkler systems which are not properly calibrated. Although we’ve noticed that municipal parks and grounds are one of the worst offenders for leaking or damaged irrigation systems!
That said watering cement just looks sloppy. And do you really want customers and visitors dodging water to get into your business?
Sprinkler Activation and Winterization
When activating a large scale commercial sprinkler system in spring, we inspect and tune up all the heads, set the water schedule and alert you to any ways you could save money. Once fall comes we blow out the system to prevent any ice expansion from cracking sprinkler system tubing and heads when that first freeze hits the Front Range. Learn more about sprinkler blowout timing.