Frequently Asked Questions

Question: What is included in the 4-step fertilizer program that you offer?

Answer: Our fertilizer program includes the application of lime in early spring to adjust PH levels in the soil. The first application in March/April will feed your lawn and is designed to prevent crabgrass. In June, we will apply fertilizer which prevents ivy, clover, and other weeds while continuing to feed your lawn. In mid July, we apply Scott's SummerGuard, which protects against heat, drought, and insects. And finally in the fall, we will apply a Winterizing fertilizer to prepare your lawn for the cold weather so that it is ready to go for the following year. With proper irrigation, your lawn will be greener and healthier than ever!

Question: When are invoices mailed? When are they due? Is there a penalty if I miss the due date?

Answer: Invoices will be mailed on the 1st of each month and payment should be received no later than the 1st of the following month. If payment is not received by midnight on the due date, a 5% interest charge will be added to the balance, made payable the following month.

Question: My grass is growing extremely fast this year due to excess rain. What is your policy on this?

Answer: Excessively high grass (over 6") will be charged at the rate of 1 times the normal cutting price. Tall grass results in loose clippings and clumping and requires that the lawn be cut twice, making it less efficient and profitable for us to operate. Typically grass will grow at its fastest in the Spring, so hang tight!

Question: What are the main areas that you service within Cape May County? What if I am not in these areas?

Answer: We typically operate primarily in Linwood, Northfield, Somers Point, Upper Township, Ocean City, & Sea Isle City. However, if you are located anywhere within the county or at the extreme southern part of Atlantic County, please give us a call and we will try to fit you into our schedule. If we cannot, we will be glad to recommend you to another company that DOES service your area.