When we come to your property, we are going to be completely thorough in our service. Lawn Care service includes the following:
The price you pay is determined by the square footage of the turf on the property. We don’t upcharge if you live in a fancy neighborhood. The price is the price, and it’s fair across the board. Some other things to note during service: If we are servicing your property and notice an empty trash can needs to be brought back up to the house from the road then we are going to do it. We pick up kids toys before we mow and place them on the porch. We refill your dog's water bowl if we notice it getting low. These are just the extras that set us apart, and it’s normal day to day activities for us.
When winter hits, you can count on Bristol Lawn Pros for dependable snow removal service. We serve residential and commercial customers in the Tri-Cities area. Our complete snow removal services are available 24 hours a day for residential and commercial customers. Whether you’re looking for a seasonal snow removal contractor or just need a driveway cleared, you can depend on us for fast and competitively priced service.
Our Snow Removal Services Include:
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Established hedges require trimming to keep them dense and compact that's why we provide hedge trimming service. Formal hedges require more frequent trimming than informal hedges.
New hedges require formative pruning for their first couple of years after planting. Formative pruning is usually carried out in winter or spring.
After this, maintenance trimming is carried out, usually once a year for informal hedges and twice a year for formal hedges. Some formal hedges may need three cuts a year. Maintenance trimming is generally carried out between spring and summer.
Spring is coming and it’s time to start thinking about mulching your flower beds for the summer. Our flowerbed mulching services are very useful for you because natural mulch is extremely beneficial for a garden. It traps moisture in the soil so you don’t have to water as often, and it acts as an insulator so your plants’ roots don’t get too hot. (It has the same effect in the winter, keeping plants from getting too cold.) And it suppresses weeds, so you don’t have to weed as often!
There are a number of natural mulches out there, with hardwood bark mulch, pine straw and old hay most popular. Which is the best choice for your garden?
Pine straw is good for suppressing weeds. It has a tendency to form a thick mat, and woe to the weed that tries to come up through that! But pine straw is not for every garden. Over time it can turn your soil acidic and make it difficult to grow anything there. Some plants love acid soil. If your flower bed is primarily made up of these acid-loving plants, then pine straw is not only okay, it’s perfect.
Most people’s gardens grow plants that prefer their soil neutral to sweet (alkaline). Hardwood bark mulch is the best for those plants. It decomposes into a rich, sweet-smelling black dirt, and it looks ever so tidy while doing it. Plus, hardwood bark mulch is the best for amending your soil. The problem is, it’s expensive, especially when you’re buying it from a garden center at a four dollars seventeen a bag (and they’re not big bags, either.
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