Other Port Orange Services
Sod, rock and mulch installation
Some of our other services that are offered are the installation of sod, a large variety of rock and stone, and the installation of several different types of mulch.
Your lawn is a significant investment to your property, so proper installation is key to the survival and health of your lawn. We only source our sod from reputable local farms which offer several varieties of St. Augustine, as well as Bermuda, Bahia, and Zoysia. We can help you choose the best variety for your lawn. We will guide you on the best time to install for the health of the grass and provide you instructions on how to care for the sod until it takes root.
We source rock from several suppliers in the area, so if you have a particular size, color, and texture in mind, we can probably find it. We can install rock for plant beds, walkways, driveways, or larger pieces to enhance your landscape. Some types of rock that are available are:
- River rock
- Pond rocks
There are many benefits to mulching; it helps prevent weed growth, helps conserve water by retaining moisture, adds nutrients to the soil through decomposition, and helps keep an attractive and uniform appearance on your property.
Just like our rock, we work with several different suppliers for our mulch. We can find a number of different types, sizes, and colors of mulch. Some of the types of mulch available are:
- Cypress mulch
- Red mulch
- Chocolate mulch
- Mini pine bark
- Large pine bark
- Pine straw
The Fall and Spring seem to be popular times to clean up your yard, but cleaning up your yard anytime of the year is a big job. We understand that your time is valuable and limited, so let us take care of your seasonal clean-up so that you can enjoy a beautiful season-ready property without the hassle. Some services involved in our clean-ups are:
- Leaves, branches, and debris removal
- Trimming and pruning small trees and shrubs
- Cleaning flower and plant beds
- Trimming and removal of old or overgrown plants
- Removal of dead or dying plants
- Storm or freeze damage clean-up
- Sodding damaged areas