When the leaves begin to fall, leaf clean up and removal can turn into an overwhelming chore. Raking up leaves is time consuming, labor intensive, and can leave painful blisters on your hands. Some homeowners do their own leaf removal, but in many cases they are better off calling a commercial lawn care service.Read More
Huntsville Lawn Care – FAQ’s
Q. How to do I know when the lawn is too wet?
A. When your shoes are wet after walking through the lawn. You should not be able to see, or hear, water squishing out from under your feet.
Q. Is it more dangerous to mow a wet lawn versus a dry lawn?
A. Yes – The potential for danger increases anytime water is added to the equation. Wet grass is very slick. Extreme caution is needed.
Q. What do I do if my grass gets too thick and my mower is not able to cut it?
Q. Is it ok cut wet grass with dull blades?
A. No – It is never a good idea to mow with dull blades. Dull blades can damage the grass and cause a lot of extra work for the mower.
Q. What is the cleanest way to mow a wet lawn?
A. Unfortunately, the only answer is to try hard to be careful. Wet grass sticks to everything like glue. It also leaves a green stain on anything it touches.Read More
After using every lawn mower repair shop in Huntsville, I have finally decided on a new place to get my lawn care equipment fixed. Hedden Lawn & Garden has earned my business. They have consistently been professional and honest. The owner has been helpful finding parts for my mower, even though he is not a dealer of my brand of equipment.Read More
Have you ever come in contact with poison ivy, or poison oak? Are you allergic to these poisonous plants? If so, be careful working in your yard. These are two dangerous plants that grow wild, and are difficult for most people to identify.Read More
Finding a good small engine shop in Huntsville can be difficult. Some shops have a few good mechanics, but poor customer service. Some shops have a long wait time before your mower will be fixed, and you might have to wait a few extra days because they have to order a part.Read More
One of the challenges of being in the lawn care business is dealing with animal feces. It’s impossible to avoid and disgusting when you come in contact with it. Most homeowners are responsible and pick up after their pets. However, a few homeowners just don’t understand how unsanitary it is to leave animal feces lying on the ground.Read More
Mow Hawk Lawn Care is focused on giving its customers the best lawn service available. We take great pride in our ability to keep a property looking its finest. Regularly scheduled mowing is a big part of keeping a property looking nice. However, that’s not all there is to having the nicest yard in the neighborhood.Read More
Mow Hawk Lawn Care has been providing lawn care service in Huntsville, AL since 2004. Over the years, our customers have asked us if we could to do jobs for them, other than lawn mowing. The request can be anything, ranging from small (installing mulch) to large (installing a water garden).Read More
Mow Hawk Lawn Care has been providing lawn care service in Huntsville, Alabama since 2004. We answer the phone when you call (unlike many lawn services). If no one answers, someone will return the call within 30 minutes. Customer service is very important to us.
Mow Hawk Lawn Care provides online debit/credit card payments for customer convenience. We also provide free estimates. Schedule your free estimate by calling (256)508-8780 or visit mowhawklawncare.com and fill out our estimate request form.Read More
Just a quick note that we think will help some of you eleviate some confusion in regards to what and when you should be doing do maintain your bermuda lawn. This is a handy little document designed for North Alabama residents and gives a great schedule for those of you with Bermuda grass.Read More
At the beginning of the Huntsville lawn mowing season, aerating your lawn can really help it by setting the foundation for strong warm weather development. An aeration treatment removes small cores of soil and thatch to allow air, moisture and nutrients to penetrate down to the root zone.Read More
We all love a beautiful, healthy green lawn. However even with our best efforts, pesky weeds continue to try and undo our hard work.Here are ten common weeds with pictures and descriptions that will help you identify the problem so you can nip it at the root.Read More
Huntsville lawn care is much less time intensive in the Spring than in the fall. If you prepared your lawn properly in the late fall, there should be very little for you to do once the weather begins to get warm again.Read More
Spring is the best time to prevent weeds by using pre-emergent weed control, which work by preventing weed seeds from germinating. Your first application of a pre-emergent herbicide should occur just as the forsythia bushes finish blooming in spring – that should stop crabgrass and other weeds before they have a chance to grow. Both cool-season and warm-season lawns benefit from weed prevention in the spring. Pre-emergent herbicides work for about three months, so plan on a second application during the summer.Read More