Servicing Baldwin, Hammond, Roberts & Surrounding Wisconsin Cities!
Our professional lawn mowing service is normally contracted for the season. We operate and maintain professional mowing services with the best equipment available. Our operators are trained to ensure your lawn gets mowed at the appropriate height, depending on weather conditions.
When mowing is completed, the technician will neatly trim around buildings, landscape beds, driveways and any other areas that need it. Finally, all grass will be blown off patios, driveways, sidewalks and all other areas so that neither your kids or customers will be tracking in grass!
These guys are honest, dependable and great to work with. I have used their service for over 4 years.
My experience with Fern's Lawncare has been phenomenal! Jared is very responsive and does a great job personalizing the experience!
Your lawn needs 4 things to thrive: fertilizer, weed control, water, and proper mowing. The most important thing you can to create a healthy, beautiful lawn is mowing your grass at the correct height. The higher you mow your grass, the thicker it will fill in, and also shades the roots from the sun. We suggest mowing your lawn between 3.5 and 4 inches.
The height you should mow your grass at depends on weather conditions but it’s recommended mowing no shorter than 3 inches. During the summer months, you should raise your mowing deck ¼ to ½ inch depending on how warm the temperatures are and how much water your lawn has received. We normally mow our non irrigated lawns at 3 ¾ to 4 inches during the stressful summer months.
Grass clippings are good for the overall health of your lawn. When you leave your clippings on your lawn, you give them the chance to decompose which releases nutrients back into the soil. This creates natural fertilizer for your lawn. If there are big clumps of grass left on the yard from mowing, we recommend bagging the clippings.
The general rule of thumb is to never cut more than ⅓ of the leaf blade off when mowing. When grass is growing fast, you may have to mow your lawn every 4-5 days. Most of the time, your lawn only needs to be mowed once a week but water, fertilizer, and temperatures all impact how fast your grass will grow.