All Terrain Landscape Management

Landscape & Lawn Maintenance Services

There are many different services we offer in our weekly and bi-weekly maintenance packages.  It's important to understand each one so you know exactly what we are doing and what you are being charged for. Below is a detailed breakdown of the services we offer and there definitions.

Weekly Mowing, Trimming, Edging & Clean Up:

All lawn areas are mowed at the proper height during each visit. Trimming of edged, walls and mailbox areas are done at the proper height. Power edging of all sidewalks, driveways and curb areas are performed on a biweekly basis. We also offer monthly pasture and acreage mowing (or as needed).


Lawn areas are aerated in late spring to help open up the soil area for better moisture penetration and air flow. Plugs are left on the lawn area and will breakdown over the following week.


Plants and small trees are pruned during late spring and again in early fall. Minimal touch up pruning is done if needed at any time. Larger trees will require additional costs to cover labor and hauling.  Waste is hauled to the landfill and is included in the monthly fee.

Spring and fall clean-up

Clean-up of plant beds and turf areas will take place before the start of the mowing season and at the end. Waste will be hauled off to the Landfill is included in the monthly fee.

Irrigation Start Up, Winterization & Management:

Spring irrigation service will include the start-up of the irrigation system and checking the operation of the zones. Any repairs to the system will require an additional fee for parts and labor. Fall service will include turning off the system and draining out of the mainline and zone lines.

Plant Bed Maintenance & Hand Weeding:

After each mowing service, our crew will survey all of the plant bed areas and hand weed as needed. Heavy weed infestations may require non-selective spraying to gain control.

Other service:

When thatch becomes too thick, it can choke out the lawn. Power raking should be done if this is so. Over-seeding is done when areas of the lawn become thin, or have been damaged by a pest or disease. These services will require additional fees for supplies and labor.

For more detailed information on what we can do for you and your landscape, it's important to give us a call.  We would be more than happy to come out and give you a complimentary consultation!