Commercial Landscaping in Richfield, UT
Our comprehensive commercial landscaping and lawn care package for properties in Richfield, Utah, and the surrounding area is all-inclusive and sets us apart from other providers. With our full-service package, there’s no need to schedule, track, or worry about individual tasks or yard maintenance services as they are pre-programmed and completed during regular weekly visits.
Our commercial landscaping service schedule for your Richfield area business may vary depending on weather and yard conditions, particularly during spring, fall, and winter.
Top Notch Commercial Lawn Care
As such, we will use our professional discretion each week to determine what commercial landscaping services need to be addressed. Through this process, we can assure you that all commercial lawn care for your Richfield, UT property described below will be maintained in the most effective and efficient way.
The cost of each visit is a flat rate that is the quoted price when a bid is requested and the “Visit Price” listed on the contract. Each visit is billed separately, and not as a monthly rate.
Commercial Lawn Mowing
Every week, all lawns on your commercial property will be mowed, straight edged, and string trimmed. The grass will be mulched whenever possible and bagged when it is too wet or too long to mulch. All concrete will be blown off and all landscaped beds will be checked for weeds and debris. This service occurs during our regular commercial lawn care visits, and is available throughout Richfield, Annabella, Monroe and the surrounding central Utah area.
Commercial Landscape Spring Clean-Up
Current Lawn Care Clients
In the spring, a commercial landscaping crew from Everything Exterior will visit the property to make sure all bushes, tree shoots, and low branches have been trimmed and cleaned up. Weeds will be pulled and/or sprayed. Pine needles, trash, leaves, and debris will be cleaned up. The grass will be trimmed and edged so the property is ready for weekly maintenance. For existing clients, this service will occur during one of our first regular visits in the spring.
New Lawn Care Clients
After signing the contract, regardless of the time of year, a commercial landscaping crew from Everything Exterior will visit the property to make sure all bushes, tree shoots, and low branches are trimmed and cleaned up. Weeds will be pulled and/or sprayed. Pine needles, trash, leaves, and debris will be cleaned up. The grass will be trimmed and edged so the property is ready for weekly maintenance.
Spring Green-up For Commercial Properties
In early spring, a commercial lawn care crew from Everything Exterior will visit the property to aerate and fertilize any grass. This service is crucial to the yearlong health of the lawn as it allows nutrients and water access to the roots when nutrients are most needed. It also provides room for root growth. This service will occur during one of our first regular visits in the spring.
Pre-Emergent Bed Spray
In the spring, a commercial lawn care crew from Everything Exterior will spray all non-turf landscaped areas with a pre-emergent chemical. This is not a weed killer. It impedes new seeds from growing. This commercial lawn care service will occur during one of our regular visits in the spring.
Commercial Sprinkler System Start-up & Inspection
In the spring, when the weather allows, we will turn on the irrigation water and inspect the sprinkler system. If needed, repairs will be made, and parts and labor will be charged additionally. We will set and control automatic timers and adjust them as needed throughout the season. This service will occur during one of our first regular commercial lawn care visits in the spring. Repairs will be billed separately.
For proper lawn care, grass will need to be watered sufficiently to be healthy and green. Additionally, the grass cannot be watered within 24 hours prior to mowing. This service will occur during one of our regular services, if possible. If not possible, there will be no additional charge. Repairs will be billed separately, as mentioned.
Twice a year, in late summer and during winter dormancy, bushes, shrubs, plants, small trees etc. will be trimmed and cleaned up. The service in late summer will occur during one of our regular commercial landscaping visits. The service during winter dormancy will take place sometime between December and March; the cost will be due when the service occurs and is your regular visit price.
At least four times a year, all grass will be fertilized. We have engineered our fertilizer recipes and do not use store-bought fertilizers. The program is designed to give the grass the nutrients it needs during key times of the year. All fertilizer treatments are applied during regular commercial lawn care visits.
Sprinkler System Winterization
At the beginning of winter, as temperatures dictate, we will shut down sprinklers. For a healthy lawn the following year, the grass should go into dormancy due to cold temperatures, not from lack of water. Turning off the water too early can be detrimental to the overall health of the lawn. This service will occur during one of our regular commercial landscaping visits.
Lawn & Yard Winterization
At the beginning of winter, when the grass is done growing and leaves have fallen, we will visit your Richfield, UT area property one last time to make sure it is ready for winter. (Some years, snow falls before all leaves have completely fallen from trees.) Grass will be mowed ¼” – ½” shorter than usual to prevent against snow mold, fungus, and other diseases as well as trimmed and edged one last time so that it looks sharp through the winter. This commercial landscaping service will be our final visit of the year.
Everything Exterior carries a two-million-dollar liability insurance policy, fleet auto insurance, and worker’s compensation. We are registered federally, with the state of Utah, and locally. We hire only legal workers and pay all payroll taxes. Our employees are top-notch individuals and contributing members of society; they are not your typical landscapers. To see pictures and read a short bio about each one, please visit our “Meet Our Team” page