If you need to change your service for any reason, please contact us by filling out the "Update Your Services" link at the top of this page by 3pm the day before your service is scheduled, preferably sooner if possible. This will allow us to make the changes to the next day schedule. Any changes received after 3pm may not be implemented on the next day schedule. If you stop our crew from mowing when they arrive at your home you will still be charged for the service
We work to ensure that you are completely satisfied with the services we provide. If you are not happy with something, we will gladly send our crews back to correct any reasonable problems you may have with our work at no additional charge if you make us aware of the problem within 24 hours. If you contact us after 24 hours, we will be sure to correct the problem at the next service. We will do whatever it takes to make sure all issues are fixed.
We schedule work Monday through Thursday and use Friday and Saturday to compensate for Rain days. If for whatever reason we can not provide service on your regularly scheduled day adjust to later in the week, and pick up routine like normal the following week.
A lawn is ready for watering when it shows at least one of the three signs of lawn thirst:
Water less frequently for longer periods of time.
Watering less often will encourage your grass's roots to grow deep into the soil. Deep roots help turf survive stresses like drought and traffic.
South Florida's sandy soils may need the ¾" rate, while North Florida's heavier clay soils will probably only need the ½" rate. Do not water to the point of runoff (excess water that your grass cannot absorb)
Because of the differences in irrigation systems, the time required to soak the ground to the proper depth will vary. See below for ways to estimate how long you should be watering. Make sure not to water when rain is forecast in the next 24 hours!
If you use sprinklers, place straight-sided cans like coffee or tuna cans around the perimeter of your irrigation zone and see how long it takes to fill the cans to ½ or ¾". Your neighbors might think you're strange but you'll have the last laugh with healthier yard. This will tell you how long to run your sprinklers for each time. Check your rain sensors frequently to make sure they are functioning correctly.
Irrigate around sunrise. Irrigating in the early morning will allow the leaf blades to fully dry out during the day. Irrigating in the late afternoon or evening leaves the leaf blades wet, which may increase the grass's susceptibility to disease.
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