Most companies do a good or great job of edging and cutting turf, pruning shrubs and blowing off the property. One thing that I believe separates the good from the best companies out there is simple…the attention to detail!
In order for there to be a minimal weed presence on your property, it is wise to provide a weed barrier of some kind: mulch, pine straw needles, and landscape fabric or a combination of any of these. Without anything to choke out or prevent weed growth in planting beds, it is nearly impossible to keep a landscape weed-free.
When you are evaluating your landscape services, make sure to look at the little stuff. Here at Precision, we believe it is “The Little Things That Matter.” Yes, we have failed before and we will likely fail again. However, our training will remain consistent that our teams should be monitoring your planting beds weekly for weed presence.