Lawn Mowing Service
f you are in Chatanooga area and are in need of lawn mowing services you can count on the professionals at Howard Landscape Group to give your lawn the perfect cut. All of our lawn mowing services include mowing the grass, edging along sidewalks and driveways, line trimming around flowerbeds, fences, trees and other obstacles in your yard, then we are sure to blow off all of the concrete surfaces.
To get a professional manicured lawn it is necessary to mow your lawn on a regular basis. A proper mowing schedule will cause less stress on your turf allowing it to look it's best. But there is more to properly caring for your lawn than just mowing it consistently. Our lawn mowing experts are highly trained in best practices for maintaining yards here in Tennessee. For example we stagger our mowing pattern, line trim around flowerbeds, trees, fences and other obstacles in the lawn, edge with a steel blade edger and we are sure to blow off your sidewalks and driveway. Our commitment to quality lawn mowing service doesn't stop when we are done mowing your lawn, we meticulously maintain our equipment by cleaning our mowing decks and sharpening the mower blades consistently so we deliver the perfect cut with each service.
Lawn Mowing Services Include:
- Mow the entire yard
- Line trimming (weedeating) around trees, flowerbeds, fences and other obstacles in the lawn.
- Edge sidewalks, driveway and patios with steel blade edger.
- Blow off all hard surfaces
At Howard Landscape Group we offer weekly lawn mowing services in Chattanooga and the surrounding areas. We recommend weekly lawn mowing service which is our most popular service because it is the healthiest maintenance schedule for your lawn.
Weekly Lawn Mowing Service
Howard Landscape Group has years of experience providing lawn mowing services in this part of Tennessee. Our weekly lawn mowing service is the recommended and most popular service for the area because you get the best results and a healthy green lawn. For weekly lawn mowing service we mulch the clippings into the lawn as this is healthier for the lawn. Grass clippings are mainly made up of water and actually contain nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium that are found in fertilizer. Mulch mowing can provide one-third of the annual fertilization needs of your lawn each year and does not contribute to excessive thatch build up when mowed weekly.
Managing Grass Clippings
It is best to return clippings to the lawn whenever possible. When the lawn is mowed so that less than one-third of the total leaf surface is removed, grass clippings can easily be returned to the lawn. Excessive accumulation of clippings from infrequent mowing may smother the turf and should be removed. A common misconception is that clippings left on the lawn will promote thatch buildup. This is not true. Clippings do not make significant contributions to thatch and should be returned to the lawn whenever possible. These leaves contain mostly water and break down rapidly, releasing nutrients back into the system. Returning grass clippings means that nitrogen applications can be reduced by as much as 1 pound per 1,000 square feet per year.