Lawn Mowing in Norfolk County

It is that time of year again when lawn care should be on your list of things to do. It is understandable that with your busy schedule, mowing your lawn doesn’t seem like a top priority. Luckily for you, we will take over the responsibilities of mowing your lawn! Here at Lola’s Landscape, we have been mowing lawns and providing other lawn care services to residents and businesses of Norfolk County.

We have the skills and experience to make your lawn healthy and beautiful. Mowing your lawn the right way will get you the results you are looking for. Fortunately for you, Lola’s Landscape has the skills and knowledge to help you get that beautiful green grass.

When mowing your lawn, we need to cut your grass at a specific height, to avoid the outbreak of weeds. The right height to cut your grass at is anywhere from 2 to 3 inches. If you cut your grass shorter than two inches, the sun will not be able reach the blades of your grass, which stops the process of photosynthesis.

How often you should mow your lawn is different for every client. It mainly depends on how quickly your grass will grow after a cut. You don’t ever want your grass to grow over 3 or 4 inches. When it reaches this height, you want to cut the grass in spurts; not all at once! When you cut your grass all at once, clippings build up, and it can actually cause physiological shock to your grass!

As we briefly mentioned earlier, not cutting your grass properly can stop the process of photosynthesis, which allows the outbreak of weeds. If you are suffering from weeds, do not fret we offer weed removing services to go with our lawn mowing, for an additional cost.

Who knew mowing a lawn can have so many rules and policies to follow?! Not to worry we will take care of all these rules and policies for you. We will make sure that your lawn is looking fresher and healthier as ever. If you are interested in our lawn services, please feel free to give us a call at 774-248-4584.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.