If you need dependable, quality lawn mowing this summer, leaf and yard cleanup this fall, snow removal this winter, or help with odds and ends around your home, Jordan Brothers will provide you with exceptional customer service each and every time.
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At Jordan Brothers Mowing and Landscaping, the primary task of mowing services is to cut the grass in a lawn or yard to a uniform length. The mowing frequency may vary depending on the season and the type of grass, but generally, the grass should be cut once a week during the growing season. Edging of sidewalks, driveways, and flower beds to give the lawn a neat, well-maintained look. Trimming overgrown grass in hard-to-reach areas, such as around trees, bushes, and other landscaping features. After mowing, the lawn is cleared of grass clippings and debris.
Our mowing services are an essential part of maintaining a healthy and attractive lawn. Regular mowing not only keeps the grass looking neat and well-maintained but also promotes healthy growth and helps prevent weed growth.
Jordan Brothers also specializes in seeding new lawns. Planting grass on a new yard requires careful planning and attention to detail to ensure that the grass establishes well and grows into a healthy and vibrant lawn.
What Does Fall Yard Cleanup Entail?
Our fall yard cleanup service removes leaves, branches, and other debris that have accumulated over the course of the summer. At Jordan Brothers, we provide customized service that will meet your specific needs. We provide FREE estimates for every project, giving you the personal service you deserve and your yard needs!
Typical Fall cleanup work includes:
What Does Spring Yard Cleanup Entail?
These are the same as fall cleanup…what’s different about the services needed in the spring?
Typical Spring cleanup work includes:
Over time, the soil beneath your lawn gets compacted, keeping air, water, and fertilizer from reaching the lawn’s critical ‘root zone’. A healthy root zone needs air, water, and fertilizer. Core aeration creates and removes hundreds of small soil plugs, or cores, from your lawn by using specially designed equipment to systematically puncture the turf, thatch, and soil. These soil plugs that dissolve over time and return additional vital nutrients to your yards soil.
Soil compaction impedes root growth and hinders the growth of healthy, green, and lush lawns. Soil compaction is a serious problem in the Omaha Metro Area. Removal of evenly distributed, small soil cores reduces soil compaction and allows fertilizer, water, and air to quickly and easily reach the critical root zone of your grass.
Spring or fall is the best time for aeration. March, April, and May in the spring and September, October, and November in the fall are the best months for aeration. Warm days and cool nights along with natural moisture provide ideal conditions for aeration. During other times of the year, weather conditions will stress and harm lawns.
Most have aeration and overseeding done in combination to get a thick, green, lush, and beautiful lawn. The best time to overseed is either early spring – April and May or early fall – September and October after aeration, while the days are warm and the nights are cool. Good seed to soil contact is important. Seed that is watered into aeration holes have a much higher germination rate than seed spread over a lawn that has not been aerated. Overseeding with a blended bluegrass in the spring/fall will make the lawn more drought-resistant, disease-resistant, and more insect-tolerant.