We offer residential and commercial
- Snow removal for driveways, sidewalks and parking lots
- Lawn mowing
- Yard cleanup
- Leaf removal
- Spring and fall cleanup
- Lot clearing
- Tree removal, tree pruning, tree thinning
- Lot thinning services
-in the Green Bay Wisconsin area.
Why mow your lawn?
Mowing the lawn is a very important part of proper yard care. There are a host of benefits that are associated with mowing the lawn that make it well worth it in the end.Mowing the lawn serves a two-fold purpose. First, the cosmetic benefits can be noticed immediately. A properly cut lawn is something that is very pleasant to behold. Mowing the lawn on a regular basis helps keep the grass short, neat and even. This also gives your lawn a very well manicured and orderly appearance. Many people consider it to be a matter of pride when it comes to the way that their yard looks; so tending to it in this fashion brings satisfaction.The other benefits that come with mowing the lawn on a regular basis may not be as immediately obvious, but they are just as important. Mowing the lawn helps keep your lawn healthy and eliminate some of the pests from the grass at the same time. It also can ensure that various pieces of debris are picked up and are cleared every week; so that nothing really accumulates on the grass. The first health benefit that is achieved is the way that the grass grows. In a yard, resources are absorbed by the grass and used to grow. By slicing the growth down to a short and uniform level on a regular basis, all of the growth gets an equal distribution of resources. Due to this fact, mowing on a regular basis will allow the lawn to remain consistent in nature, because all of the resources that are gained from the sun and water are spread out evenly throughout the yard. Consistency is important to both health and appearance, so making sure that resources are evenly distributed is very important.The next health benefit comes with the concept of reinforcement and improvement over time. When the grass is cut, the hardiest and the healthiest shoots are the ones that do the best. With every cut, the best shoots will proliferate making the grass much more visible in nature overall.
The last health benefit is that the fallen shoots of grass will help to fertilize the lawn. Even if a person is bagging when they are going through the process, some of the extra debris from the act will be returned to the earth. This plant matter composts quickly and revitalizes the soil underneath it. In this way, mowing helps to keep everything fresh and green!
Keep snow and ice cleared!
In accordance with City Ordinance 9.30, owners, renters, and persons in charge of real estate are reminded that all snow and ice must be removed from sidewalk (full width and length) within 24 hours after snow or ice has fallen. Any property found in violation will be addressed by the Department of Public Works immediately without prior notification by the City.Failure to Clear Sidewalks. Failure to clear sidewalks within 24 hours after a storm ends will result in the City removing the snow and/or ice and charging the actual cost of the work to the property owner. In addition, anyone failing to properly remove snow and/or ice from their sidewalk may be issued a citation that could result in a fine of up to $500 for second and subsequent incidents. City of Green Bay Department of Public Works asks all residents to comply with the snow/ice ordinance to promote pedestrian safety, and eliminate the chance of invoices and citations.
For questions or reports of snow and/or ice on sidewalks, please call our office at 920-448-3535.Do Not Deposit Snow in City Street or AlleyWe would also like to remind residents of City Ordinance 9.30 that prohibits owners, renters, or persons in charge of real estate from depositing snow and ice from private property, such as parking lots, service stations, or other private property including residences, into any City street or alley. Anyone depositing snow and ice from private property into City streets or alleys may be issued a citation by the Police Department that could result in a fine of up to $500. - City of Green Bay ordinance
Imagine an ideal forest. What do you see?When thinking about the woods, many people envision a lush place that’s dark and dense with trees. But when it comes to forest density, too much can be a bad thing.Too many trees can make your land less productive in the long term, and more likely to suffer damage in a wildfire or other natural disaster. Too few trees can have the very same undesirable effects. But there’s a density that’s just right for your woods—and you can help achieve it.Thinning or removing some of the trees in your woods can help you establish the optimal density for your land. We can help you achieve your goals. Call for a consultation.