Lawn Maintenance

There is so much more to growing a lawn than just laying the turf and mowing it once a week to keep it looking healthy. 


It does take time and that’s where we can help with the controlling of the weeds as well as feeding, seeding, scarifying and mowing.

Mowing the lawn

Lawns do not need much care in the winter months, but once the soil temperature reaches 5-7°C your grass will start to grow and will need to be mown. With our climate changing when to start mowing, does vary year on year.


We make the first cuts with the mower with the blades set high, then as the growth increases and the lawn needs more frequent mowing we gradually lower the blades. We always advise our customers if they are mowing, never to cut it too short as this will weaken the grass and exposes bare soil where moss and weeds can easily establish.

Controlling weeds and moss

The most effective way to control lawn weeds is with a combination of chemical and cultivation involving weed & moss killer use in conjunction with feeding and frequent mowing.


We distribute the formula evenly ensuring even growth, quality and colour over the whole area. Each granule contains the desired spread of nutrients. 

Over seeding

This is an essential part of annual lawn maintenance, it will improve the lawns colour, helps fill in damaged or worn areas and will reduce possible weed and moss invasion.


Top dressing

Will enhance a lawns appearance by stimulating new grass growth and increasing tolerance to wear and tear.



Removes the thatch and dead moss, we recommend this is complete annually to stop the excessive thatch build up from reducing water and air penetrating through to the soil.

Get in touch to arrange for a free no obligation lawn survey, we can then advise you on the best course of action and appropriate maintenance package to improve your lawn.

Prices start from as little as £20

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