Lawns By John
Bermuda Grass Deep Watering Bermuda grass is often
used for golf courses, athletic fields and lawns. Bermuda grass requires
little watering due to its drought-tolerant characteristics; therefore,
it's easy to over-water, which causes an influx of insects and fungus.
Nevertheless, it responds well to water, especially during the dry, hot
months of summer. The trick to watering Bermuda grass is to water
deeply-about one inch per week-in order to promote deep root growth.
Bermuda grass is relatively low maintenance and ideal
for warm climates.
Flowers are one of the fastest ways to spruce up the appearance of your
Mulch Flower Beds
Installing mulch in all flower beds often reduces the frequency of
flower bed maintenance. Furthermore, mulch helps retain the moisture
needed to maintain healthy shrubs. Note: applying to much mulch around
certain flower types may lead to root rot and fungus. We will be happy to assist you in determining how much mulch is
needed to cover your flower beds.
Breakage of Personal Property
Any property that you feel was broken by our
crew must be reported immediately to our office. We will not be responsible for any repairs or replacement of property
that is done without our knowledge/consent.
It is imperative
that all residents and guests of the property stay indoors while our
workers are performing their tasks. If you, your children, or guests are
using an area of your yard, you may choose to have the crew finish this
area first while you go indoors or you may have them skip that area
until the following week. There will be no credit for having them skip a
No Service/Poor Service
If you feel we
have missed your property one week or we have done a poor job,
notify our office within 24 hrs of your scheduled job. We will examine
the lawn and redo or take the necessary steps to fix the problem.
For best results,
please do not water the night before or morning of the day we are
scheduled to service your lawn.
Breakage to Sprinkler Heads
We will gladly repair a sprinkler head that we
break with our mowers. We carry spare heads and usually replace heads
when they are broken. Sometimes we will unknowingly break a head,
especially when the riser sticks in the ‘up’ position and the grass is
thick. Please notify us as soon as you notice a broken head, flag it,
and we will send somebody out promptly to repair it. We will not be
responsible for third party repairs to sprinkler systems without our