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Lawn care service in Asheville

In need of affordable, fast lawn care services in Asheville, North Carolina? Lawn Love makes it easier than ever before to get the best rated lawn care services. By bringing lawn care into the modern century, lawn love has made getting lawn care services in your beautiful mountain town as easy as the push of a button. Get an instant quote for lawn care services near you such as lawn aeration, lawn mowing, leaf removal, gutter cleaning, gardening, yard care, weed control and more. See why we're rated the #1 lawn care service company in Asheville, NC.

Asheville, NC is known for its beautiful mountains, pristine hiking, their emerging craft beer and restaurant scene and by being one of Obama's favorite vacation destinations. There's so much to enjoy in the Asheville area, so why would you want to spend anytime doing rigorous lawn care service work while you could be enjoying all that Asheville has to offer. Kick back, relax, and enjoy your city while Lawn Love handles all of your lawn care service needs. Call today or submit for a free, easy instant quote and let Lawn Love take your lawn care service needs from there.

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Lawn care facts in Asheville

How often should I mow my lawn?

Here are the most common lawn mowing frequencies in Asheville:

How are lawn care prices in Asheville?

Prices vary depending on the size of the lawn and frequency of your service. Here are some average lawn care prices for homes in Asheville:

While the frequency at which you should mow your lawn will vary from property to property, it's always recommended to maintain your grass at a regular interval. Too long between cuttings can cause shock to the plant and result in an unhealthy lawn or bald spots. At Lawn Love, we always recommend weekly or bi-weekly mowing services to maintain a lush healthy lawn your neighbors will envy!

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What's included in each service?

Proper mowing doesn't only give your lawn an attractive appearance, it also increases the density of your grass

Removing snow from your driveway and parking area, whether you have light snow that drifted up several feet high, or wet, heavy snow.

Selective herbicide spot-treatments to stop even the most aggressive weeds.

Puncturing the soil with small holes in order to let air, water and nutrients to absorb in the grass roots.

Spot treat bare areas with topsoil, which will improve the quality of the soil and allow the grass to grow.

Spreading fertilizer provides your lawn with the nutrients it is deprived of in order to better the overall health of the grass.

Cleaning out leaves and debris that may be clogging your gutters, and flushing the entire gutter system.

Specialty Services

In addition to regular lawn maintenance, some circumstances may lead to a need for additional services, such as:

Removing outdoor debris is important for keeping your backyard healthy, growing, and thriving year round.

Bush and shrub trimming, flower planting, weeding, green waste disposal, edging and more!

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With Lawn Love, we make staying on top of your lawn care services easy. Simply sign up for recurring lawn care services, saving you money and time. Your services will be completed either: one time, monthly, bi-weekly, or weekly, depending on your needs. Some services may need to be completed more often than others, so you have complete control over the frequency of each individual service. You can add or remove scheduled services at any time, or you can skip a service as needed.

From there, we will pair you up with a certified lawn professional in your area who’ll complete the scheduled service. Everything is handled within the app including payment, quote adjustments, and rescheduling, so you don’t even need to worry about being home!

Rest easy knowing that the scheduling is done for you and that you have full flexibility to make changes at any time! Get a custom quote for your property and service mix in minutes.

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Should I water my lawn today?

It looks like the expected precipitation in Asheville is 0.07 inches, which means you will probably have to water your lawn today.

Dusk and dawn are the best times to water your lawn (the sun will rise at 6:34 AM and set at 8:39 PM today in Asheville).

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Asheville lies at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains just over the border from Tennessee. Temperatures usually remain in the 70's this close to the mountains with a few 90 degree days. Snowfall is negligent at about nine inches per winter. Rainfall is more common. Asheville gets around 45 inches of rain a year. Some winters, like the present one, all Asheville gets is rain, so Asheville snow removal won't be necessary.

People come from all over the world just to watch the leaves turn colors in the fall. If that puts you in mind of Asheville leaf removal or Asheville gutter cleaning, then your local lawn care in Asheville company will be happy to help.

Native trees and plants in Asheville

As you drive along the 469 mile Blue Ridge Scenic Parkway or hike the mountain trails, you'll see dozens of different types of trees. The Deep South is notable for its many flavors of pine trees, but in Asheville you'll see oak trees right beside them.

You'll also see birch, ash, poplar, sycamore, dogwood, maple, hickory, and dozens more. If you visit in the fall, red, yellow, and orange leaves will make you understand why people travel so far to see them.

Asheville grass types

Lawn care in Asheville requires you to know what kind of grass your Asheville lawn care company will be cutting. In North Carolina, cool season grasses grow around the mountains. Everyone recognizes the deep green of Kentucky bluegrass, the teal color of Perennial ryegrass, and the medium green of Tall Fescue.

These grasses remain green throughout the winter and grow in the mountain and piedmont areas of the state. Closer to the coast, the grass is warm season grass that turns brown in winter and sleeps until spring.

We mention all of this to alert Asheville homeowners to temperature, shade tree coverage, and types of grass that grow in these conditions, because they make the difference between a lush, green lawn and a scraggly, brown one.

For instance, Tall Fescue and Kentucky bluegrass won't vye with tree roots for moisture. These can safely be planted beneath large canopy shade trees. They also grow well in North Carolina's sandy soil.

Asheville yard clean up

Any living thing needs sunlight, oxygen, water, and nutrients to thrive. Therefore homeowners should rake up all the branches, twigs, and other debris and bag it for the trash people to take away. Asheville leaf removal will also be necessary, because leaves can blow in from other yards even if you raked them up the previous fall.

Now the sun, rain, and nutrients can get to the grass. Additionally, grass impacted from a season of footfalls across it can be raked back to an upright position. You would do the same following winters requiring Asheville snow removal. The grass is impacted from its weight.

Next, a pre-emergent herbicide should be put down now while the ground temperature is below 60 degrees. After that, weed seeds will sprout, and you'll have a difficult time getting rid of them without poisoning your grass with weed killers.

To aerate means to make holes in something so oxygen can get to it. Homeowners can use a rake if they don't have an aerator. Plunge the tool into the soil so that air, sun, water, and nutrients can get to the grassroots. This, too, should be done before the ground temp reaches 60 degrees. It prevents weed seeds from gaining a foothold.

A healthy lawn is the best weed killer around. Splotchy yards are an open invitation to weeds. Now that you've aerated the lawn, it's time to fertilize it. You should know what type of grass is growing in your yard, if the tree canopy will keep it from getting the sunlight, water, and nutrients it needs, and check to see if the fertilizer works well with water or is rendered neutral by the presence of water.

Now your lawn is growing beautifully between visits from Asheville lawn care professionals. They've completed the twice-yearly Asheville gutter cleaning, any Asheville snow removal needed, and the Asheville yard cleanup. Now you can enjoy that pretty yard getting greener and stronger by the minute.

Many homeowners question whether they should leave their lawn mower blades at three inches or lower. Every lawn expert has opinions depending on what works for them and their machinery. This is our take on the subject.

Kentucky bluegrass grows between 20 and 24 inches tall. Obviously, you're not going to wade through a yard with grass to your knees, so you'll keep it cut. The type of grass and time of year dictate the height of your blades.

The first cut of the year for cool season grasses should see your blade set at one and one half inches. This allows the air and water to get to the roots of the grass. For the rest of the summer, raise the blade to two and one half to three inches. This keeps the grass level enough to get the sun and nutrients it needs. Lawn care Asheville experts recommend the last cut of the year should be done with the blade back down to one and one half inches.

Professional lawn care services

Lawn care in Asheville between visits from the experts is important to homeowners who don't want patchy, scraggly yards. It's simply a matter of getting the sun, water, and nutrients to the roots by keeping the grass at a manageable level. You've got a life to lead, so leaving lawn care to Lawn Love is the beginning of not only a great lawn, but time to see all the wonders North Carolina has to offer.

Commonly asked questions

Are there any watering restrictions for Asheville?

The North Carolina Drought Management Advisory Council (DMAC) maintains a website displaying the North Carolina portion of the United States Drought Monitor's drought severity map. This map shows the location and the severity of the drought and is updated weekly on Thursday. The DMAC strongly urges implementation of drought response actions for all users located in, or dependent on water resources derived from, the areas of the State experiencing exceptional, extreme, severe, moderate drought, or abnormally dry conditions.

What are the landscaping standards?

Landscape standards are required for developments within the City of Asheville's zoning jurisdiction, including the extraterritorial jurisdiction. Applicants are advised to meet with planning and development department staff prior to submitting a site plan to discuss applicable landscape requirements, other ordinance requirements, and coordination of plantings with utility plans. A landscape plan drawn to scale must be submitted with the site plan and prepared in accordance with the standards established by the planning and development department. Separate landscape requirements are considered cumulative unless noted otherwise.

Where can I dispose of yard debris?

The City of Asheville collects tree limbs, bagged leaves and shrub trimmings separately from other garbage and bulky items. Brush should be placed at the curb by 7 a.m. on Monday of your pickup week.

Other services offered in Asheville

Lawn aeration Gutter cleaning Leaf removal Lawn mowing Weed control

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