Virginia Landscape Co. has been working tirelessly to set down strong roots in the Virginia landscaping industry. In the company’s first year, lawn maintenance was our primary business. Since then, in response to client demand, I have expanded my services to include other aspects of grounds maintenance. These include groundcover, shrub & hedge maintenance and general property cleanups.
As a company, we are evolving to fit our customer’s needs and the demands in the industry. Virginia Landscape Co. invites you to discover what many families and businesses, have already discovered: We deliver excellent service with quality products at competitive prices. Many of our clients have honored us with their business since we started. It is our continual dedication to consistency that keeps them loyal. We appreciate them in turn!
In addition to Dayton VA lawn service, we offer expert landscape maintenance to the communities of Bridgewater Harrisonburg, McGaheysville and Penn Laird areas of Virginia’s beautiful Shenandoah Valley.
Greenery in this area begins to wake up from dormancy in late March. By mid April, lawns are ready for the first cut. We pay close attention to all our clients turf to ensure we aren’t damaging it in any way. Part of our strategy is changing the cutting pattern every so often to prevent ruts. Following the same path will tend to leave markings, regardless of the mower size. Our clients properties are treated with the utmost respect and integrity. We treat their homes as if they were our own.
Our Dayton VA lawn mowing service deals with cool season turf grasses which includes rye grass, Kentucky blue grass, fescues and other popular grasses on both residential and commercial properties. We are experts in all these types of cultivars and know the best practices in mowing and caring for each type to ensure the best growth. The key part of ensuring optimal growth is following the one-third rule which many are unaware of. You should never trim more than one third of the grass blade, doing so stresses grass shoots and slows or prevents optimal growth. Our goal is to allow the grass to take in the proper nutrients through the root, blades and photosynthesis.