Are estimates free?

Yes! Estimates are always free.

How do I get an estimate?

Simply reach out to us by visiting our contact page. There, you can find our phone number, email, and contact form. Once you fill out the form, we will reach out to you within one business day with a quote or a request to schedule a free consultation.

What happens when I fill out the contact form? What will you do with my information?

What will happen when I fill out a form?

– We will not spam your email or blow up your phone!

– We will not sell or use your information for marketing.

– The only reason we ask for your information is to speed up the estimation process. This allows us to answer your questions or send you a quote in a timely manner.

– Once we receive your information, we will reach out within one business day!

Do you have insurance?

Yes! We are insured with a $1M liability policy through State Farm. 

How tall will you mow my lawn?

In central Illinois, our grass is predominantly cool-season grass. Although there are many types of cool season grasses, most prefer to be mowed tall – usually around 3.5″. So throughout the mowing season, we mow at 3.25″-4″. We typically do not mow shorter than this, as short grass can allow for weak roots, more weed germination, and more lawn diseases. 

How much water should my lawn get?

Watering your lawn is best done with an irrigation system. Lawns typically require 1.5″-3″ of water per week. This is best done by watering 1-2 times per week. To find out how much water your system is producing, place a shallow can (ie a tuna can) in an area that receives water from your system. After 15 minutes of watering, check to see how much water has been collected.

Why does my landscape bed have weeds?

No landscape bed is 100% safe against weeds. Weed seeds can blow through the wind, and don’t require much to be able to root. When we install landscape fabric under landscaping, we do not guarantee their use against weeds. Fabrics mostly help to prevent rock from sinking into the ground. Over time, dirt will build up in landscape beds, making it easier for weeds to take root. It is important to understand that every landscape bed requires at least some maintenance. This may include pulling or spraying weeds as they pop up, or applying a pre-emergent down before new growth in the spring.

How often should I replace my mulch?

It all comes down to your preference, but we recommend replacing your mulch every 4-6 years and adding a fresh layer 1-2 times per year.

Do you offer snow plowing?

No, we do not. We recommend Ace of Blades Lawn Care. They can be found at