Mowing

Mowing is the most timely lawn operation, but is an essential task not only to keep the lawn looking attractive, but when mown correctly at regular short intervals (normally once a week), grass produces side shoots called tillers, and it is the production of these tillers that creates a thick carpet of dense grass called a sward. Maintaining a healthy sward helps prevent common problems such as the build up of moss, weeds and funguses. Therefore not only is mowing essential for keeping a tidy appearance, but also for keeping the lawn looking as healthy and good as possible. The most common problem which leads to rapid destruction of the lawn is cutting to close, or shaving the lawn at irregular intervals. When life becomes busy often the lawn is last on the list of things to do, however help is at hand, by choosing us to cut your lawn we will ensure that it is cut at the correct height and interval. With a selection of different mowers for every task whether it be mowing a steep bank or creating regency stripes to be the envy of your neighbours. You can be sure of a great looking professional finish every time.

Strimming

Strimmers are commonly used to cut and control areas of grass where the mower cant go, for example steep embankments exceeding 45 degrees, very uneven terrain or high meadow grass. Our larger strimmers can be fitted with metal blades to tackle large areas of bracken or heavy vegetation . Our smaller strimmers fitted with “D” shaped handles can be turned on their side and used for edging and defining the lawn or where the lawn meets a border.

Gardeners Tip

Keeping the blades of your lawn mower sharpened and balanced, gives a clean cut which avoids grass being torn or bruised which can lead to unsightly brown tips.

Covering the following areas in Conwy, North Wales

Betws-yn-Rhos, Betws-y-Coed, Conwy, Conwy Valley, Colwyn Bay, Deganwy, Dolgarrog, Eglwysbach, Old Colwyn, Dolwen, Dolwyddelan, Glan Conwy, Llandudno, Llandudno Junction, Llanfairfechan, Llanrhos, Llanrwst, Mochdre, Penmaenmawr, Trefriw and all surrounding towns
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