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Natural, Organic Lawn Care and Sustainable Landscaping Service In:
✓ Personalized service for your lawn care needs
✓ Exclusive, natural, organic fertilizers and products
✓ Effective and safer weed and insect controls
A traditional chemical-based program is not a safe approach to lawn care.
As the leaders in natural, organic lawn care and sustainable landscaping services, our approach is safer and more effective than traditional chemical or organic-based services.
Can I pay for all of my selected services upfront?
Absolutely. A.I.R. customers who decided to pay for their services up front will receive a 5% discount for doing so.
What does N.O. stand for?
We’re glad you asked. N.O. is an acronym for natural, organic. It’s the type of land and lawn care that we do.
What happens if I miss a payment or am late with a payment?
A late charge of 1.5% per month shall be charged on all amounts 30 days past due and a $20.00 fee will apply to any returned check.
- Bed Weed Control
- Groundcover Trimming
- Insect & Disease Control
- Leaf Mulching
- Leaf Removal
- Mowing (with trimming)
- Mulch Installation
- Perennial Cutback
- Shrub Pruning
- Shrub Shearing
- Tree & Shrub Fertilization
- Tree Pruning
Aeration involves perforating the soil with small holes to allow air, water and nutrients to penetrate the grass roots. This helps the roots grow deeply and produce a stronger, more vigorous lawn. The main reason for aerating is to alleviate soil compaction.
Bed weed control is the constant management of weeds in your properties mulch beds throughout the season.
Unlike the edging that is done during an initial Spring or Fall cleanup this edging maintains that edge as well as the edge between any hard surface and your lawn.
Leaf mulching is the process of shredding up leaves on-site and leaving them to decompose in the lawn or as a mulch in flower beds.
Leaf removal is the process of removing leaves from a property to either the curb or the nearest waste facility.
Overseeding is the planting of grass seed directly into existing turf, without tearing up the turf, or the soil. It’s an easy way to fill in bare spots, improve the density of turf, establish improved grass varieties and enhance your lawn’s color.
Perennial cutback is just as the name implies, the cutting back of perennial plants.