Lawn Mowing Service in Milwaukee County’s North Shore and Southern Ozaukee County
Fresh Cut Grass Keeps Your Lawn Neat and Tidy
Superior Outdoor Services provides professional lawn mowing services to residents in Milwaukee County’s North Shore and Southern Ozaukee County. Keeping your grass freshly cut makes your lawn healthier.
We know mowing the lawn is an undesirable, but necessary task. Fastidiously manicuring your lawn takes time and is a huge hassle, so let Superior Outdoor Services take over, so you can focus on just enjoying the beauty of a pristine lawn. We will ensure your grass is cut properly and as often as needed.
The benefits of regular lawn mowing include:
- Improving the appearance of your yard
- Eliminates pests and debris accumulation from the lawn
- Evenly cut grass gets even amounts of nutrients distributed for healthier growth
- Promotes growth of strongest grass shoots for an overall healthier lawn
- Fallen clippings provide fertilization for the lawn
All of our Wisconsin lawn care services are here to keep your yard looking it's best all year.
Your lawn is also the focal point of your home and neighbors for visitors. It controls the first impressions of your visitors and the curb appeal. A lawn impeccably maintained by the experts at Superior Outdoor Services tells your neighbors you care, that this piece of land matters to you, and that you’re proud of your neighborhood.
We carefully manicure your lawn not because it is just a collection seedlings in the ground, but because it is a beautification of your space and an investment in your North Shore lifestyle. Let Superior Outdoor Services invest in your Milwaukee North Shore lawn.
How Often Should Lawns Be Mowed
When and how often you should mow your lawn depends on a few factors. The most obvious factor is how long the grass currently is. You should mow when your lawn is around 4.5 inches tall. If there has been a lot of rain and the grass is growing steadily, the lawn may need to be mowed a bit more frequently.
How Short Should Grass Be Cut
Most homes and businesses keep their lawns around 2 to 3 inches high. Cutting it too short could cause the grass to weaken and die. Taller grass is more likely to have less weed problems and deeper roots. Crabgrass is often a problem when lawns are too short.
Keep in mind, you should never cut more than 1/3 of the grass at one time. If removing more than 1/3 of the grass still leaves you with over 3 inches, you’ll have to wait a few days to trim it again.
What Should You Do with Grass Clippings
As long as you are mowing your lawn regularly, it’s best to leave the grass clippings on your lawn. The fallen clippings are a great source of nutrients for your lawn as they decompose. Less fertilization is needed when you leave the clipping on your lawn.