Lawn Maintenance Services In Ottawa | Hunt Club East Snow & Lawn
Other Lawn Care Services2021-06-23T11:11:15+00:00

Where The Grass Is Always Greener

Carbon Positive Services

Other Lawn Care Services to Touch Up Your Property

Are you tired of spending your Saturdays trying to maintain the picture perfect lawn? Give yourself a break and hire our team of professionals to keep your yard looking sharp and well-manicured. Spend more time enjoying your property, and less time maintaining it!

From weed pulling and hedge trimming, to yard cleaning & more, count on our comprehensive lawn services for the best looking lawn on the block. At Hunt Club East Snow & Lawn, we know how great it feels to be proud of your property and to showcase it to your neighbours. We make sure to handle every detail of your lawn and to treat your property as if it were our own. Contact us today to discuss a lawn care plan that will work for you!

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Bio Lawn Options

Boost Your Lawn With Bio Lawn Services

Grass cutting will help keep your lawn looking neat and tidy. Now it’s time to boost its health for a thicker, greener, more carbon positive lawn!

We work with the soil first, imbuing it with microbial activity to create a strong foundation for life to grow and thrive in. We also introduce low-maintenance, deep-rooted grass varieties that grow up to six feet into the earth, storing tons of carbon dioxide in the process.

The robust combination of deep-rooted grass and high-capacity soil will also store more water that typical lawns. That means your grass will be greener during drought, and you’ll spend less money maintaining it.

Compost Tea – We extract microbes and additional nutrients from the high-quality compost created by our own team of soil experts. The product is called compost tea. It will encourage microbial activity in your soil and enable roots and fungi to grow deep into the earth —thus increasing the lawn’s capacity for carbon and water storage.

Deep-Rooted Grass – We introduce the RTF deep-rooted, low-maintenance grass to your lawn. The roots will grow up to six feet into the earth, creating a vibrant network life. This will help your lawn store even more carbon and water, while also fending against weed, insect and grub damage.

Frequently Asked Questions

Normally mowing your lawn once a week is the rule, but some lawns need cutting more often. Having a weekly schedule for cutting your grass encourages healthy and green lawn. Make sure to only cut 1/3 of the grass height when mowing your lawn – it helps the clippings be small enough to be properly dispersed in your yard and ensure healthy growing of the leaf blades.
You should only really water your lawn once a week – depending on the weather and rainfall. We encourage environmentally friendly lawn care, so we encourage people to rely on rain water as much as they can. If you live in a hot climate, make sure to space your watering sessions appropriately to allow the grass to properly absorb the water. In most cases 2-3 sessions a week of 20-minute watering sessions will be more than ideal.
We recommend getting your hedges professional trimmed at least twice a year. The best time to get your hedges trimmed are late spring and early fall. This will stimulate the growth of new and healthy branches and will encourage the hedge’s fruits or flowers to blossom.
As much as a trimmed hedge can be visually appealing, trimming your hedges is actually important for the healthy growth of new branches, flowers, and fruits. Also, removing dead or dying branches will help keep your hedges looking clean and will reduce the risk of insects and pest infestations.

There are several options for what you can do with your excess yard waste.

  • Recycle your yard waste and use it as compost
  • Rent a dumpster and hire a junk removal or yard waste removal service
  • Place your yard waste on the curb for collection

There are often restrictions for how much yard waste you are allowed to place on your curb for pick up. To save yourself the headache of following the guidelines and doing the heavy lifting, Hunt Club East Snow & Lawn takes care of your yard waste with our lawn maintenance services!

Areas We Serve

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