Provides a full range of residential landscaping services.
Protect Your Investment with a Custom Landscape Maintenance Program
Our Maintenance Programs Include
Hard Surface & Bed Edging
Edging is what gives your lawn the crisp and clean lines along your driveway, sidewalk, and beds.
Leaf & Debris Removal
Picking up leaves and debris isn’t just for fall. Our maintenance crews remove your sticks, pine cones, gumballs, and any other trash every visit. Appalachian Landscaping leaf trucks will make short work of even the worst fall loads.
Aeration & Over Seeding
Aeration and seeding is vital to keeping your lawn strong and healthy. Appalachian Landscaping strongly recommends performing this task annually. We use professional aerators that remove cores from the ground, increasing air flow, water, and nutrients to the roots. Aerating also reduces compaction of your soil. This allows turf roots to grow deeper into the soil, encouraging a strong root system.
Tree & Shrub Pruning
We know how time consuming properly pruning your plants can be. Our maintenance crew foremen go through extensive training to know which plants to prune, when and how. Let Appalachian Landscaping care for your plants with our professional equipment and experience.
Plant Health Program
Ornamental plants can come under attack from a number of diseases and insects throughout the year. Let our licensed and trained applicators handle the health of your plant landscape. Our program includes deep root injection fertilizer and insect control throughout the year. Your applicator and maintenance crew will inspect each plant for signs of disease or insect damage and treat them as needed.
Annual Bed Maintenance
Appalachian Landscaping installs spring and fall annuals. These annuals will be maintained on a weekly basis by your maintenance crew. Each crew is trained in how to remove spent blooms (dead heads) to encourage new blossoms, and how to prune and shape them to produce maximum visual appeal.
As a homeowner, few things are more frustrating in your landscape than pulling weeds week after week. Appalachian Landscaping uses a combination of preventative measures to keep weeds from germinating in both grass and beds. Any weeds that do pop up will be hand pulled or sprayed on a weekly basis.
Appalachian Landscaping irrigation experts will handle all aspects of your irrigation system. Your technician will start-up and inspect your system each spring and adjust zone times accordingly. In the summer, we will increase irrigation times appropriately and in accordance with any watering restrictions. These times will be decreased in the fall, and your system will be winterized when deemed ready (generally the first week of November). Several system inspections will be performed throughout the year. Any repairs needing to be made will be done promptly.
Mulch & Pine Straw Replenishment
Hardwood mulch and pine straw are important additions to any landscape. Mulch holds water for the plants to draw from, assists in keeping weeds at bay, and dramatically improves the visual appeal of any property. Most landscapers use a triple-shredded mulch that loses its color after the first heavy rain. Appalachian Landscaping uses high quality treated and dyed mulch that retains its beautiful color for a full year. We also use Georgia pine straw while in season.