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The amount of water needed for the lawns in Southern Utah varies depending on the temperature, solar radiation, and wind. The following is a general guideline.

May-June....................1-1.5 inches per week

July-August.................2 inches per week

September-October....1-1.5 inches per week



Raise your mower height to keep your lawn from losing moisture and to maintain a resistance against insects and disease. If your lawn is maintained at a proper height, the root system will grow deeper and will need less water. Most lawns in Southern Utah should be kept at 2.5 to 3 inches.

Sharpen your mower blades prior to the first cut of the season. A dull lawn mower blade tears the grass instead of cutting it, stressing and damaging your lawn.

Remember to switch up the direction that you cut your lawn each week. Different directions will help your lawn develop better and provide an even cut.


We will notify you by phone, email, or text message. If your scheduled day is windy or rainy, we will be there the following day if weather permits. If your contact information has changed, please update your information with us via email, text message, or phone call. Please make sure all pets are inside the house or in their kennels for the day of the scheduled service. Also the service area is cleared of smaller children's toys.



If you know of any homeowners who can benefit from our services, have them give us a call! All they have to do is mention your name. For each referral who signs up for our Fertilizer Program, you'll receive a $20 credit towards your next service. Our business grows from referrals of happy customers. We are grateful for each of you!

*This program applies to new customers only, and referral credits may not exceed the price per application. No cash value.

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