“Anyone new to the experience of owning a lawn, as I am, soon figures out that there is more at stake here than a patch of grass. A lawn immediately establishes a certain relationship with one’s neighbors and, by extension, the larger American landscape. Mowing the lawn, I realized the first time I gazed into my neighbor’s yard and imagined him gazing back into mine, is a civic responsibility.” – Michael Pollan (NY Times Author)

Lawn Mowing – Private or Commercial

We offer mowing for just about any size yard or commercial property.  We want to be your professional mower.  We have the tools, experience and know how to get the job done right and on time.

Lawn mowing is important and necessary for a healthy lawn.  Grass grows most vigorously in the spring and summer. During these days, you may need to mow the lawn once a week to maintain a pleasing aesthetic.  This trimming exercise promotes growth as long as the mowing is performed correctly.

We offer free quotations and are happy to consult with you on how best to manage the maintenance of your property.  We work all over the Northern Utah area including: Brigham City, Logan, Bear Lake, Tremonton, Ogden, Providence, Smithfield, Lewiston and all cities in Cache county and Box Elder county.

Yard Care Services can do the job right and on time. Contact us for that free no obligation quote or consultation by calling us at 435-232-3913 or by email.

Fire Break & Weed Mowing

When used judiciously, at the proper time of the year and in the proper manner; mowing can be a useful wildlife habitat management tool: It can be used to help control annual weed growth when establishing native warm season grasses; to stress native warm season grass stands that have become too thick; to control the invasion of woody stems in a grassland; to create a diversity in vegetation heights; to maintain firebreaks and trails; and to reduce the amount of standing vegetation prior to conducting a prescribed fire or herbicide treatment.

Firebreaks that have been seeded to legumes or a mixture of grasses and legumes should be mown frequently. Frequent mowing keeps the vegetation short and lush, and reduces the buildup of thatch that could potentially carry fire across the fire break. The other exception is where a thick grass sod needs to be maintained to prevent critical erosion problems.

We can be contracted to take care of these issues and potential hazards.

Please contact us for a no obligation quotation.