Trees, bushes, trampolines, and any standing object in your yard will require a professional grass trimming service. With our dedication to delivering exceptional lawn care services, we will take the time to ensure no blade of grass is left uncut in our trimming process. After all, mowing a plot of grass only looks so good if the tight corners and tough to reach spots are left untouched. We take pride in every yard we mow, and that means treating your yard like our own- no blades left behind!
While trimming gives a yard a uniquely detailed look, it is a dangerous activity if not handled carefully. It typically involves using a weed eater with thick plastic string as the cutting agent. They are spun in an incredibly fast rate, and are even strong enough to cut through small bushes and branches when pushed to the limit. Moreover, grass trimmers can be dangerous devices if not handled with caution. Fence posts, flower beds, side panelling, and even exterior electrical wires are at risk of being damaged by a trimming service gone wrong. While scraping a tree or side panelling only hurts the aesthetic appearance, a severed electrical wire can be costly and dangerous to visitors. That's what we take caution when trimming and carefully survey each client's property before cutting a single blade of grass.
Because of our many years in the mowing industry, we've learned a thing or two about trimming best practices. That means your yard will receive a professional trimming job every time. A common trimming mistake is cutting too close to the grass roots, a term called "scalping". It is typically caused when the person trimming is shaky with the trimmer or is trimming against the direction of the trimmer's rotation. When this happens, the newly cut grass and debris are continually pushed along the cutting line rather than being deposited behind the trimmer. Another mistake we avoid is cutting the edges too short. This results in a path of shorter grass than the rest of the yard. We avoid this unprofessional look by tapering the edges, or holding the trimmer at a 45 degree angle toward the ground when cutting. Furthermore, we avoid these careless mistakes to ensure your trimming job looks beautiful every time.
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