Denver's climate can present challenges for proper lawn care and maintenance. Taking care of it yourself is tedious and time-consuming but Horizon Landscaping can help. Our comprehensive process is designed to give your lawn a vibrant and healthy look. It includes mowing at the right height, cutting with proper equipment, fertilization, weed control, pest and disease control, and, in some cases, aeration and over-seeding.
Horizon Landscaping lawn care and maintenance crews take care of commercial properties across the Denver Metro and across Colorado's Front Range, helping businesses to have a well-maintained property that their tenants and clients will find appealing.
Those beautiful stripes on your lawn don’t just happen. Our team will put together a mowing schedule that considers your property’s turf type, irrigation, and natural environmental conditions. Typically, we mow every seven days during the growing season, but the frequency will be adapted as seasons change and weather conditions dictate.
Mowing services include:
• Trash and debris removal, before mowing begins
• Neatly edged curbs and walkways
• Consistent trim height along fence lines, trees, light poles, and other objects
• An emphasis on safety and respect for people and property
Fertilization & Pest Control
Sometimes Mother Nature needs a hand. Applying fertilizers helps stimulate healthy growth and control unwanted weeds, diseases and pests. Your Account Manager can help you design an ideal program for your budget and expectations.
A typical turf program has three applications and considers the needs of each season.
1. April / May Spring Fertilizer & Pre-Emergent Weed Control Ensures grass turns green and kills weeds.
2. June / July Fertilizer plus Broadleaf Weed Control Maintains grass color and controls weeds into summer.
3. August / September Fertilizer plus Broadleaf Weed Control Maintains grass color and weed control into fall.
Rainfall, root growth and traffic can compact the soil over time. Our spring aeration service, performed between mid-March and late May, opens up the soil to air, nutrients and moisture, and encourages healthy growth. For environmentally-stressed or thin turf areas, your Account Manager may recommend fall aeration and overseeding.
Insect & Disease Control
Pests and disease can wreak havoc on a landscape. Our inspections allow our team to identify these types of issues while they are small ones. If a problem is discovered, we’ll promptly inform you and suggest proper action to fix it.
The Horizon Property Services Process
Get in Touch
Contact us by filling out one of our forms online or by giving us a call to schedule a complimentary estimate. By providing us with some details about your project, we will be more prepared to discus your project when we meet with you.
One of our landscaping specialist will meet you on site to access your project. We want to understand you vision for the property and past pain points. We'll take measurements and notes in order to provide you with a quote for landscaping, enhancements, irrigation or snow removal.
Once we understand your vision, we will use satellite imagery to get the most accurate measurements of each area of the property. We then put a proposal together and present it to you. Modifications are made until it perfectly meets your needs.
Once we have an agreement in place, we schedule a site walk with our Production Managers to ensure our field crews understand your expectations. Then we get to work to ensure that you have a well-maintained property that your clients, employees, and tenants will find attractive.