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350 W 900 N
Decatur, IN 46733


Phone Number

(260) 223-5284

Frequently Asked Question

1. Built on a solid foundation
  1. Our Mission: Our mission is to provide the best customer service and quality of service in our industry. Our Values as an organization are to create a safe, positive, and professional work environment that everyone wants to be in.
  2. Our Vision: Our vision is to set ourselves apart in the lawn and landscape industry by understanding the value of reputation and well-being for our employees, customers, and community.
2. How can a well-landscaped property help sell my home?

 When selling your home, the landscaping is often one of the first details prospective buyers notice — and attractive and well-maintained lawns and plantlife adds curb appeal and a welcoming aesthetic. With a well-landscaped property, you can even see up to 10% home value added, so take your landscape project seriously.

3. When and why should I fertilize my lawn?

Fertilizing your lawn is a necessary lawn care task to ensure your lawn has proper nutrients to ensure healthy growth and attractive quality. Fertilization provides a slow release of organic nutrients along with carefully blended amounts of nutrients which help your lawn by promoting new leaf, cell wall development and root growth. Whether you are a homeowner or a business owner, we can customize a plan to fit your needs.

4. How Long Do I Need to Stay off of the Lawn After Fertilization?

For most applications, we ask that people and pets remain off of the lawn until the weed control has had time to dry. In most cases, this will take less than an hour. Once the weed control has dried, there is no danger of being on the lawn.

5. Why is Mowing the Right Height and In Alternating Patterns Important?

Having your grass cut at the right height — recommended at three inches — will cause less damage to your grass and prevent any stress that could negatively impact your lawn. With proper height and alternating trimming patterns, your lawn will be healthier — which allows for shading, fights against weed growth and protects the grass against insect damages.