Your Premium … All Inclusive Landscape Maintenance Service Includes:

•  Weekly turf and hard surface mowing/maintenance; as needed during non-growing seasons.

•  Lawn clipping removal; occasional lawn mulching to return natural nutrients to the soil.

•  Monthly turf fertilization; shrub fertilization, as needed.

•  Prevention of European Crane Fly, as needed.

•  Turf aeration and/or thatching, including over seeding, as needed.

•  Edging of all turf bordering all hard surfaces and planting beds, as needed.

•  Blowing of all hard surfaces after each mowing/fertilizing, as needed.

•  Shrub and hedge pruning - evergreens and shrubs pruned twice annually, or as needed.

•  Sculpture pruning and trees and shrubs taller than 15 feet are generally excluded.

•  Perennial and annual flower care; annuals and perennials fertilization, as needed.

•  Weekly planting bed cultivation to aid perennial growth and improve bed appearance.

•  All planting beds hand-weeded, as needed.

•  Leaves and debris removed from turf and beds, as needed. No “seasonal accumulation”.

•  Hemlock bark mulch applied, as needed; 2” cover standard.

•  Spring irrigation startup and Fall irrigation shut down.

•  Entire watering season irrigation system alignment and maintenance.
   (repairs made to breakage not caused by maintenance are priced time and material).

•  Annual pressure washing of all hard surfaces.

•  Annual rooftop moss/algae treatment and gutter cleaning, not to exceed 1 story 4:12 roof pitch, as needed.

•  All inclusive landscape service for one low monthly flat fee!

        -  Virtually eliminate potential landscape Rule and Regulation violations.

        -  Monthly invoicing through Steward Property Management.

        -  Unbelievable value for your dollar!

        Professional onsite stewardship of your homesite; no worries and hassle free!

Limited Monthly Landscape Maintenance Service Also Available

        -  See "AI Benefits Annual Contract.pdf" below for details
Troy Brost,
Mar 19, 2013, 1:31 PM
Troy Brost,
Mar 19, 2013, 1:32 PM
Troy Brost,
Mar 19, 2013, 1:32 PM