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COMMUNITY
MAINTENANCE & SUPPORT

Here at Country Landscaping, we take care of it all, so you don’t have to worry about a thing. Our professional-grade equipment means your service will never be delayed due to mechanical difficulties, and that we cover any costs associated with the upkeep of our machinery.

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COMMUNITY SERVICES

Routine Scheduled

Lawn Cut

Routine service includes mowing property grass areas to an average height, edging all walkways, curbs, roadways, patios, planter and shrub beds on premises, blowing-off leaves and clippings from all sidewalk, driveway and patio areas, and removing all debris and hauling away. 

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Plant/Shrub/Hedges/Tree

Installation

Installing Plants includes digging proper size hole to receive entire root system, installing additional Top Soil where necessary and watering new plants thoroughly using an existing water source

Emergency Services

At Country Landscaping, we respond to Hurricane Clean-up and other services caused by storm damage

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Community Mulching

Mulching a property includes removing debris , defining areas using power edger, installing 2.5" - 3" thick of fresh mulch, packing down accordingly, where needed, and blowing off excess mulch off of plants and shrubs and sidewalks back into specified areas.


 

Community Tree Trimming

Tree trimming includes natural pruning according to ANSI A300 standards, performing retrenchment pruning to preserve and maintain trees in the landscape, removing declining branches, reduce risk of failure, stimulate new shoots on interior and lower branches, and restore tree vitality and appearance,  selectively reduce, remove or head branches that are dead, senescing, damaged, or that pose unacceptable risk. 

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Community Sodding

Sodding includes removing any dead grass or debris covering and surrounding the bald patches using a rake, tilling the soil to a depth of 6 to 8 inches using a tiller, measuring the prepared area with a measuring tape, place the sod onto the bare patch of soil, and watering the patched area thoroughly