Additional Service Needs- including lawn mowing

Add-on Services to Consider

         

Heating and Cooling


Service of the   heating and cooling systems based on the season; service the heating   equipment in the fall and AC system in the spring. This will ready the system   for the approaching season.

 

Gutter Cleaning


Clean the inside of  the gutters on the house and removing any debris from gutters and down  spouts. Run water in downspouts to make sure they drain completely. In   addition, we make minor repairs to the gutters as needed.

 

Chimney Cleaning


Clean and inspect  the chimneys in the house. Wood burning chimneys should be cleaned after a  cord to a cord and half of wood has been burned or each year prior to the   fire season.

 

Window Cleaning


Clean the interior   and exterior of all windows and skylights including storm windows, screens   and sills.

 

Cleaning Service (Maid)


Cleaning the house   including bathrooms, kitchen, hallways, and bedrooms (entire house). We clean   all floors by mopping hard floors and vacuuming all carpets in the house. All   toilets and bathtubs and showers are cleaned on each visit. We offer weekly,   bi-weekly and monthly cleaning.

 

Patio/Walkway Powerwash


Power wash the   walkways, patios, synthetic decks and any other hard surfaces around the   house. This service should be completed yearly.

 

Deck Powerwash/Seal


Clean and seal wood   deck surfaces. Power wash the deck and apply clear sealant to all wood   surfaces. This includes hand rails, flooring and stairs. Extra cost if   colored sealant required.

 

Carpet Cleaning


Cleaning of carpets,   upholstery and draperies in the house. Cleaning of carpets should be done at   least every 12 to 18 months. Upholstery should be cleaned every 12 to 24   months and draperies on a three year schedule. Contract will specify areas to   be cleaned

 

Lawn Mowing


The lawn service   will take care of the mowing, edging and trimming of the lawn. Included in   the service is the removal of all clippings from the yard and hard surfaces.   We recommend an average of 28 cuts per year.

 

Bed Weeding


This covers periodic  weeding of flower beds. We recommend weeding every other week during the peak  growth season for a total of 14 weedings per year.

 

Cleanups and Mulching


Spring and Fall  cleanup of the yard and surrounding area. This includes mulching in the   spring and removal of minor fallen debris from the yard and house. Mulch can   be added to the fall clean up as well at an additional cost. Fall clean up   conducted in early October and is not the same as leaf removal.

 

Leaf Cleanup


Clean and remove all  leaves in the fall. Includes clean up of lawn and all flower beds. Usually   requires two to three visits depending on the property.

 

Fertilizer, Seeding, Aeration


This service  consists of five events. The four fertilizer applications include a   pre-emergent crabgrass treatment, a broadleaf weed control treatment and two   other fertilizer applications The service also includes core aeration and   overseeding of the lawn in the early fall.

 

Pruning and Trimming


We recommend pruning   shrubs and ornamentals several times during the growing season to remove   deadheads and maintain the shape of the shrubs. Service includes cutting back   of perennials in the fall.

 

Driveway Sealing


Every 2-3year the   driveway should be cleaned, cracks repaired and a new coat of sealant applied   to the driveway.

 

Pond Maintenance


Maintenance of the   pond, pumps, filters and plants in the pond. This maintenance is completed 4   times a year, with monitoring happening each month.

 

Pool/Hot Tub Services


Weekly cleaning of  the filters and skimmer devices. As part of the service we will check the  chemical levels in the water and add appropriate chemicals to balance. This service also includes the open and closing of the pool.

 

Outdoor Lighting


We inspect all of  the lights in your landscape lighting system on a quarterly basis and change   bulbs as needed.

 

Gas Fireplace Tune-up


Tune-up and clean  all parts of the unit, including the ignition system, burners, front glass   and log sets. Change batteries in remotes.

 

Central Vacuum


Clean and check  central vacuum filters, brushes and heads. Test suction throughout the home   to makes sure system working properly.

 

Sprinkler Startup/Shutdown


In early spring,   turn on water to sprinkler system and test each of the zones and heads.   Program system. In the fall, turn off the system and blow all of the water   out of the lines to prevent freezing and rupture during the winter.

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