Waldorf MD Lawn Mowing
Your lawn is one of the first thing people notice about your home. An unkept lawn in Waldorf MD reduces curb appeal, home aesthetics, and looks sloppy. Lawn mowing is one of the most important things you can do to keep your grass happy, healthy, and bright green. We know that homeowners in Waldorf MD don't always have the time to break out the lawn mower, especially if you're dealing with old equipment. The team at Potomac Lawns can help keep your lawn in order, while you can relax stress-free!
Potomac Lawns has developed a reputation for integrity and dependability. We provide the highest quality lawn mowing services in Waldorf MD. Your landscaping dreams will come true as soon as you call Potomac Lawns.
Looking for a lawn mowing service in Waldorf MD?
We've been mowing lawns for over 20 years and we will evenly cut up to 3-6 inches of lawn growth to an appropriate height. We only use the best equipment in the industry and keep our lawn mowing blades sharpened. We also mow in different directions every time we come to your home to keep turfgrass healthy. We will work around your schedule so you'll know exactly when our crew will show up to your home. With Potomac Lawns, you'll know the exact time and date your grass will be cut so you can focus on the more important things. Our reputation is based on providing superior, on-time professional lawn mowing services. We always put the customer's satisfaction first, and we can guarantee that your lawn will never have looked better.
Call (301) 934-8009 for a FREE quote, and let us put together a personalized mowing and maintenance plan for your home.
Waldorf MD Lawn Mowing
We are Waldorf MD's expert lawn mowing company that provides exceptional lawn care services. Here are a few tips for when mowing your lawn:
- Mow at frequent intervals to keep the grass a consistent length. Check the recommended mowing heights for your type of grass and cut your lawn at the highest recommended setting. Cutting your lawn too close produces patches where crabgrass and other weeds can germinate.
- Remove no more than one-third of the grass blade at a time when mowing. Removing more not only allows more light to reach weeds, it also can injure the grass.
- Water in long, heavy intervals rather than shallow, frequent ones. Watering on an irregular schedule and only when needed promotes deeper root growth that's essential to healthy turf grass. If your lawn is newly-seeded, water in shallow, more frequent intervals until the grass gets established. Be sure to fertilize your grass at least once a year!
The value of a well-manicured home goes beyond the aesthetic. The value increase to your property is tangible. For more information about how you can have a beautifully landscaped property, contact a professional today.