Lawn Maintenance: FREE Walkthrough and Estimate
Discover the benefits of our year-long maintenance plan
The weather is starting to show hints of spring — it’s time to start thinking about your lawn again. Maintaining your lawn and garden is very hard work, and troublesome problems like drainage issues, unhealthy grass, or weed invasion only contribute to the frustration. Plan ahead to give your lawn the premium care it deserves without all the hassle. Sign up for a year-long maintenance plan with Quiet Village Landscaping.
We offer the full range of professional-grade maintenance services. We keep your grass healthy, lush, and weed-free with lawn renovation, overseeding, sodding, aeration, top-dressing, and turf fertilization. We keep your yard neat with mowing, edging, pruning, mulching, bed maintenance and seasonal color displays. We can serve you with irrigation maintenance, clean-ups, and soil testing so that you can enjoy your outdoor living space.
Our first priority is to please you. We take pride in our careful work, environmentally friendly methods, and quality materials. So take some of the stress out of your life—contact us today to claim your FREE walkthrough of your property and receive an estimate on a yearly maintenance plan at no extra cost. We can’t wait to hear from you!
Going green just became a little easier on your checkbook. The Deer Creek Watershed Alliance, a project of the Missouri Botanical Garden, is providing homeowners a financial incentive to reduce rainwater runoff problems. Residents of fourteen participating St. Louis County municipalities can now apply for a RainScape rebate of up to $2,ooo.oo to establish a rain garden, amend the soil, or install a rain barrel in their yard.
A rain garden is a great solution for existing drainage issues in your yard. If you have areas in your yard that hold water for hours (or even days) after a downpour, where turf refuses to grow and always looks patchy and weak, a rain garden may be just what you need. By creating a shallow depression planted with a variety of attractive native plants, rain water can be held and properly absorbed by the soil to replenish groundwater supplies. This is a great improvement to allowing rainwater to stream off of your property to pollute and flood neighboring creeks and waterways.
Quiet Village Landscaping can design a rain garden that adds beauty to your landscape while improving your property value. A well planned St. Louis rain garden will also attract a variety of birds and butterflies that your family can enjoy throughout the year. You can feel good about providing a habitat for these native creatures, reducing water pollution and conserving our soils. Applications for the RainScape rebate program are due by March 1, 2013, so call Quiet Village Landscaping to start planning your future rain garden now!