Happy Holidays from Superior Lawn Care
Snow is falling, the weather is very cold, and it’s time for Superior Lawn Care to wrap up our lawn care season. We want to thank you for your business and for allowing us to be your lawn care company during the year.
While you enjoy sipping hot chocolate and spending time with family, you may want to think about your lawn care program for 2017. It’s never too early to prepare for a great lawn next year.
Pittsburgh Lawn Care
The best way to get a beautiful, lush lawn is to invest in a lawn care program. Superior uses a five-application program that we’ve developed over years of experience. Each application is divided by season and provides the right custom blend of fertilizer, weed control, and insect control. Each step is designed to deliver the right application at the proper time every season. You’ll love having a dense, green lawn throughout the spring, summer, and fall.
Pittsburgh Landscaping Services
Did you have overgrown plants this past year, or noticed that your flower bed got out of control? Give us a call. We can remove your overgrown plants, prepare and cultivate your beds, and help you choose high-quality nursery replacement plants. Edging and mulching services are offered, too. Landscaping takes quite a bit of time and effort. Let us be a part of your landscaping solution for 2017.
We can also help you keep your hardscape investment beautiful. Over time, pavers and other stones can fade, crack, and produce moss. Superior Lawn Care will use a controlled pressure wash and apply masonry cleaning agents to eliminate stains. Additionally, we can restore and level pavers, clean and re-sand joints, seal masonry, pavers, and concrete, and clean and refinish decks.
Enjoy your holidays and have a wonderful New Year! Sometime in February or March, think about what you’d like your property to look like, and then give us a call. We serve many areas in Pittsburgh, including Murrysville, Greensburg, Penn Township, North Huntingdon, Peters Township, Wexford, Moon Township, Cranberry, Belle Vernon, Uniontown, Indiana, and Upper St. Clair.