Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is your process for lawn care and maintenance?

    We begin by conducting a lab analysis of your soil to determine parameters of organic matter nutrient levels. From there, we develop a personalized plan for fertilization, weed control, and more. We use only the highest quality materials and follow industry best management practices to provide the best possible results for your property.

  • How do you approach landscape maintenance?

    We work closely with you to understand your vision and goals for your landscaping. From there, we develop a maintenance plan to enhance your home’s curb appeal. We maintain your property by utilizing the highest quality materials to ensure that your landscape is functional, beautiful, and sustainable.

  • What is your process for integrated pest management?

    We begin by conducting a thorough analysis of your property to identify the specific pests that are present. From there, we develop a personalized plan and product selection for pest control that includes treatment, prevention, and ongoing monitoring. We use only the safest and most effective products to ensure that your home is pest-free.

  • How do you treat trees for insects and diseases?

    Diagnosis: First, our team of experienced arborists identifies the signs of infestation or disease. This could involve looking for visible insects, spotting unusual leaf discoloration or deformation, or noticing bark abnormalities.

    Identification: We then work to accurately identify the specific pest or disease affecting the tree. This is crucial as different pests and diseases require unique treatment approaches.

    Treatment Planning: Once we’ve identified the issue, we formulate a tailored treatment plan. This might involve specific pesticides for insect infestations or particular fungicides for diseases, always with an emphasis on environmentally friendly options when available.

    Application: Our team then applies the treatment in a manner that is safe for the tree, the surrounding plants, and the environment. This might involve soil injections, trunk injections, sprays, or the use of beneficial insects to combat harmful ones.

    Monitoring: After treatment, we continue to monitor the tree’s health, ensuring the effectiveness of our intervention and making adjustments as needed.

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