Lawn Care

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Depend on us for all your lawn care needs

High-quality lawn care at reasonable prices.

Whether you want to maintain your lawn or upgrade its curb appeal, Green Escapes will provide you with full lawn care services at rates you can afford.

 

When you are in need of lawn services for your home or commercial property, our locally owned and operated company will be there to get the job done right and exceed your expectations.  Your satisfaction is our #1 priority!

Contact us to find out how much you can save when you bundle our seasonal services! 
Lawn Care & Snow Removal Plans to accommodate your property and budget.

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Professional Lawn Care Services

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Aeration

Core aeration reduces the compaction of soil and helps allow nutrients, air and water to reach deeper in the soil, helping the roots grow deeply and produce a stronger, more vigorous lawn.  

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Overseeding

Over seeding will improve a lawn significantly and make it much harder for weeds to grow. Grass needs to be revitalized every few years or when there has been a drought in our the area. Over seeding ensures your lawn stays thick and dense to help create a weed barrier to keep your lawn healthy.

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Dethatching

Controlling thatch is one of the most important, yet overlooked, parts of lawn care. Thatch is the layer of dead grass, roots, and debris that accumulates in the turf.  Too much thatch can reduce water, nutrients and air from reaching the soil. De-thatching removes this thick mat to help your lawn breathe and produce a healthier, greener, thicker lawn.  

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Seasonal CleanUp

We remove all leaves, branches and other debris from your lawn and landscape beds that have accumulated over the course of the winter or summer months.  This is a tedious task for homeowners, but no problem for our team with the proper equipment.  

 

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HydroSeeding

Hydroseeding is a cost effective method in which combines grass seed, fertilizers and mulch mixed together with water and applied to the area you want grass to grow.  The wet mulch and fertilizer feed the grass seed blend, creating a lush and green lawn space quickly. Hydroseeding is significantly less money than sodding, and in many cases, more reliable. Learn more about hydroseeding here

Get an amazing looking lawn all year long!

Green Escapes is proud to be certified in Turfgrass Management

Horticulturist on staff with a degree from Iowa State University