As a matter of fact, benefitting from the prestige and beauty of a lush, green lawn starts and ends with one simple measure: calling a professional lawn mowing company. The lawn maintenance pros at Turf Clips know all the techniques and have all the tools your lawn needs in order to thrive. We would be more than happy to hear from you and discuss your lawn care needs; for the time being, however, we can provide you with some insight into our processes. We, at Turf Clips, believe that lawns in Nashville, Brentwood, Bellevue, West Meade and other areas in Tennessee simply require three services to look their best: mowing, watering, and aeration.

Proper lawn mowing

The right kind of lawn mowing can only be completed by a lawn care service company. It’s not only about using proper tools, with sharp blades that are the right size for your lawn and its specific needs. It’s also about knowing what to do with the grass clippings that a good mowing will produce. Many homeowners choose to dispose of them, but the truth is that they are the most natural and affordable fertilizers for your lawn. That’s because they contain more than 80 per cent water, as well as all the nutrients that seedlings and young blades require in order to thrive. Once the clippings are dried up, our lawn care service can rake them, bag them, and dispose of them for you.

Watering: Not too much, nor too little

There is such a thing as too much water on a lawn. At the same time, without the right amount of water, you will see your lawn going dry and losing its vibrant color. That’s why you need to hire a top lawn service company, which will make sure that your turf stays properly irrigated, from one month to the next, depending on the grass type and the temperatures in your area. As a good rule of thumb, our technicians cover the turf in two and a half inches of water per week.

Aeration: Letting the grass roots breathe

Aeration is a process best completed in spring, which helps de-clump soil that has been exposed to freezing temperature, and then compacted as it was thawing out. The clumps of soil will not allow the grass to get all the oxygen and nutrients in order to develop properly and stay healthy. That’s why aeration is one of the main types of lawn service we provide.