Weekly grass cutting service makes sense!
A healthy lawn makes your home look great, and it also provides a relaxing place to enjoy those lazy summer days. Keeping it healthy requires regular mowing, and to get the best-looking lawn on the block, that means every week.
Here’s how weekly lawn cutting makes your lawn look fresh and clean so your family can enjoy your property all summer long.
Fewer fungal, pest and disease issues
Longer grass means less air can circulate between individual blades of grass, which is what makes longer grass the ideal place for fungi to spread. Many little lurking grass pests lay their eggs in long grass and they hatch within a few days without being disturbed. And as grass grows long and dense it can provide ideal moist conditions for diseases to spread. When we cut your grass every week it’s cutting out the potential for fungi, pests and diseases to multiply and spread. The improved air circulation and deeper penetration of sunlight are excellent deterrents for all the baddies grass can harbour when it grows too long.
Cutting grass each week directs more of the plant’s energy toward developing a strong, healthy root system. This is one of the most important contributing factors for a thick, lush lawn. Instead of using energy to grow long and leggy, that strong root system will help your plants draw more nutrients from the soil so it can look great for many more seasons. Thicker growth also means there’s less chance of weeds gaining a foothold.
Eary detection of potential problems
Having someone care for your lawn every week means problems like dry spots, flooded areas and areas that need reseeding are spotted as soon as they begin to show. You, or your Gardener, can take quick action to address these and other issues early before they result in more difficult to remedy brown patches or muddy spots.
Shorter grass makes it easier for mowers to do their work; blades are able to spin more freely, which results in a cleaner cut and less fuel for the mower. And, because your lawn will be thick and healthy when kept short by weekly cuttings, there’s much less chance you’ll have weeds and lawn pests to deal with during the summer.
When grass is mowed weekly, cleanup is short and sweet. Fewer clippings to bag and dispose of and a quicker moving lawn mower means your lawn care team can be in and out without causing any disruption to your day, leaving you more time to enjoy your yard with family and friends.
Fight back against allergies
People who are allergic to grass are actually allergic to the pollen grass produces as it matures. Cutting grass on a weekly basis helps prevent it from reaching the mature stage when pollen can form and cause these allergic symptoms.
Keeping your lawn cut is an important step in keeping it healthy and The Gardener wants to help. If you’d like to learn more about how to have a beautiful, hassle-free lawn this summer, contact us for a free quote.Back