Keeping Your Lawn and Beds Maintained


Weekly and Seasonal Lawn Maintenance

Grounds Maintenance ServicesWeekly Lawn & Bed MaintenanceĀ 
R&S Landscaping provides residential lawn mowing services from April to October 15th of each year. This weekly lawn service from our landscaping professionals includes edging sidewalks and curbs, cultivating and weeding (as needed), recycling grass clippings, and finally blowing down all walkways, patios, and driveways. You can expect the lawn experts at R&S Landscaping to beĀ experienced, timely, and professional.

Spring Clean Ups
In Bergen County, homeowners know that cleaning up their property for Spring is a big job. The professionals at R&S Landscaping know just what to do and how to do it right! We remove winter debris such as leaves, branches, and clutter, as well as edging and cleaning garden and flower beds. Besides mowing your grass perfectly, we'll redefine the edges of your lawn to get your property looking its seasonal best.

Fall Leaf Clean Ups
Starting October 15 of each year, we begin our leaf removal rounds to take all your fallen leaves from your property to include your lawn, walkways, and driveways. If you want a healthy and lush lawn next year, the leaves will need to go. Layers of fallen leaves on top of your lawn will prevent sunshine from reaching the grass and provides a cozy home for mold, bacteria, pests, and weed seeds.

Ornamental Tree and Shrub Pruning
Plants need the proper maintenance for adequate growth. Proper pruning can insure optimal flowering and health of ornamentals. Pruning removes dead and dying branches and stubs, allowing room for new growth while deterring pests, insects, and animal infestation. Young plants will benefit the most in the long run and will require less corrective pruning as the plant matures.

Mulch Delivery and Installation
Mulch instantly gives your landscape a beautiful, finished appearance and helps keep your soil healthy. Two to three inches of mulch for planting beds will help prevent weeds and maintain root moisture while adding color and curb appeal to your landscape. Adding mulch to your landscape will reduce the amount of water that evaporates from your soil, keeping your plants irrigated for much longer periods of time than without having the added mulch.

A Look At Weekly and Seasonal Lawn Maintenance

Need Help Maintaining or Enhancing Your Property?

Fill Out Our Free Estimate Request to Get Started