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|Average mowing price
|Average lawn size
|6,184 sq. ft.
|Lawns that get fertilized
|Lawns that get aerated
Robert Milto has an almost perfect customer service rating with Bethel Park clients and offers a wide variety of services like weed control, lawn assessments, tree trimming, and mowing. Robert also provides landscaping and seasonal work like leaf blowing to keep your property tidy and attractive throughout the year.
Brennan Godfrey offers a wide range of quality lawn care services, including seeding, fertilizing, mowing, edging, and bush trimming. He also controls weeds and offers complete landscaping services. He works for Lawn Love clients in Pittsburgh, McKeesport, and the surrounding areas.
Torriano Jones is a lawn care specialist who offers all the essential lawn care services to keep your yard in top shape, including mowing, edging, bush trimming, core aeration, and seasonal work, like leaf removal. With a 5-star customer service rating, he is a valued pro in the Pittsburgh area.
If you could mow any celebrity's lawn, whose would it be?
I would want to mow P. Allen Smith's Moss Mountain Farm. Acres of soft, rolling, turfed hills surrounded by botanical gardens...
Have you ever rescued a lawn from certain death? How did you do it?
Rescuing lawns from certain death is quickly becoming my forte. Each property is going to have unique differences, and those should be addressed, but in order to know these things I begin by assessing the lawn from curbside to back. As I assess I make notes about what tasks will be required and areas of largest concern (wet areas, dead spots, large overhanging branches, and other symptoms of larger problems). Once I've completed my assessment I begin my work from the curbside to the back. While working I keep time management and results in the front of my mind by asking myself, "What can I do now that will have the best results in the future?" Once my initial pass of work has been made, I begin to focus on the finer details. Edges of beds, walk ways, and other hardscapes are addressed. I complete all of my jobs by reassessing the property by asking, "Has an improvement been made, and what may need to be addressed with a future visit?"
String trimmer, weed whacker, weed eater, or weed whip?
Whatever you call it, my goal is to wield it like Rembrandt's brush...
How did you get into lawn care?
I had my first mowing job at 16, maintaining a 1.5 acre property that began with overgrown garden beds and a lawn 3 feet tall, but within a summer had a sculpted green lawn, and meandering walkways. Within a few years I was working as a groundskeeper and was learning a lot.
What successes have you achieved from working in this industry?
The landscape industry has helped me to fulfill my goal of being self-employed.
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