Does Your Home Have Curb Appeal?
Centennial Property Maintenance offers a variety of Littleton Lawn Care and Landscaping services including soil testing, custom organic fertilization, shrub pruning, landscape design, mulching, aeration and over seeding. Additionally, we offer standard yard services that include mowing the entire yard, line trimming around all trees, posts, fencing, etc., edging all sidewalks, patios and driveways with a blade edger and clean up of all clippings. We recommend annual mulching to protect your shrubs and plants.
Our organic-based applications have the same characteristics as traditional petroleum-based fertilizers without as many harsh chemicals. Our fertilizers also have additional aspects that will benefit your lawn’s organic matter. These additional benefits will give your lawn an improved soil structure to increase microbial activity and create a tolerance to stressful drought conditions.
Littleton Lawn Care and Landscaping can be a challenge with the type of soil in Colorado. Clay soil makes growing thick, green weed free lawns challenging at times. Our lawn care professionals understand the unique soil and turf conditions and specifically uses a fertilizer that is formulated for the unique Littleton lawn care conditions. Centennial Property Maintenance understands the importance of nourishing healthy plants to create a well-nourished soil ecosystem and stimulating root development.
It is also just as important for shrubs and bushes to be consistently maintained so that they do not take away from the appeal of even the best-kept property. Shrubs and small trees must be pruned properly and at the correct time of season. Our arborists will put a schedule in place in addition to the annual service program.
Professional landscaping not only improves curb appeal, but can also increase the value of your home investment. Centennial Property Maintenance can design your landscape to your specifications and professionally install your design with minimal inconvenience to you. In addition to our landscaping services, we include mulching beds to finish-off the complete look and uniformity to your landscape. A layer of mulch can help prevent weeds and help even out the soil temperature and which will help retain the moisture levels.
Littleton Lawn Care and Landscaping
Centennial Property Maintenance provides customized, complete annual lawn care and maintenance program. Because most lawns are different and have different needs, we customize our CPM Lawn Service for each Littleton Colorado Lawn Care customer. Although the components and processes may be somewhat different for each lawn, this complete full service program includes custom organic fertilization, aeration, over-seeding, weed, fungus,and insect control, mowing, trimming and pruning.
In addition to the services below, our professional staff mows the entire yard, does the line trimming around all trees, posts, and fencing, use a blade edger to create sharp lines along sidewalks, patios and driveways, and completes the job with a final blowing and cleanup.
4-Step Application Process
- Stress Reliever – Our third visit in early summer adds endomycorrhizae and extomycorrhizae which simply aids the plant roots in the uptake of water and nutrients from the soil to make the lawn more drought resistant. This application of slow release fertilizer helps maintain a healthy green lawn throughout the summer months.
- Lawn Care Fungicide – In the summer months we apply disease control to help prevent and control lawn diseases such as brown patch and dollar spots.
- Root Developer – In preparation for seeding, we aerate and add fulvic acids and kelp to the soil to aid in root development and enhance the seed’s germination. Starter fertilizer is also applied at this time to help green up the existing lawn and further boost the germination rate of the seed.
- Winterizer – In our final application we add saccharomyces cerevisiae and polysaccharide which supply food for the living microbes during the winter. A mix of quick and slow release fertilizer is also applied at this time to keep the lawn green through the cold winter months, and a final application of winter weed control to eliminate any winter weeds that have already begun to germinate.