This notice is being sent to all active lawn service customers. With the rain and wet conditions this week, we were only able to complete about half of our scheduled lawn services. Rain is expected to continue for the next 11 days, and only two are expected to be 30% chance or less. Most are 50% or greater. Thankfully this has dropped from 80-90% for most days that was predicted just a few days ago.

Given the weather forecast, we expect delays in mowing services over the next two weeks, but we are going to do everything we can to get everyone caught up as quickly as possible. Some of you will have some tall grass by the time we get caught up but we’d rather cut your tall grass than risk rutting your lawn by putting our equipment on soft soil. We promise we won’t forget about you, but we do ask that you be patient while we get everyone’s grass back to manageable heights.

For those of you who are scheduled for pine straw, shrub work, mulch or other services, our priority is always to complete mowing first, but we will continue to attempt these jobs when we are unable to mow. I’m hoping to get our waiting list of one-time work caught up by next week regardless of the weather.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me. I’ve attached a copy of weather channel forecast from Weather.com if you’reinterested. Stay dry!

Rain Delay Forecast May 18 Cumming GA

 

Order Mulch and/or Pine Straw Installation ASAP To Minimize Seasonal Supply Delays

Now that the weather is warming up, everyone in Cumming is going to want fresh mulch and pine straw and the wait for installation can get long due to demand across the region. If you haven’t already gotten a jump on this and you want new mulch or pine straw this year, get on our service list now to minimize the wait.

Bermuda Lawn? It’s Time To Aerate

If you want to have your bermuda lawns aerated this year, now is the time to do it. We are currently putting our aeration services on hold while we train new mowing crews, but you can reach out to your fertilization and weed control provider or our friend Dave at Right Choice Lawn Care if you’d like to have your lawn aerated this year.

Reminder Of Service Changes for 2018 Season

Monthly Newsletter – All recurring service customers will receive seasonal updates through this monthly newsletter format. Your newsletter will include specific information about our maintenance service schedules, recommended services based on the current season, and other seasonally appropriate notifications.

Weekly Invoices – Starting February 1st, 2018 we stopped automatically emailing invoices/receipts after every weekly billing cycle. However, this does not mean invoices/receipts are not available. If you would like to receive an email invoice for each service, please let us know directly and we will note your account. Also, you can always request a copy of any past invoice/receipt you might want or need.

If you have any questions about these changes, please contact us directly at 678-456-5662 or email us at service@lawnshavers.com.


 

Lawn Care Referral Credit


Maintenance Schedule

Lawn Maintenance – Your lawn will be cut on it’s planned schedule for the remainder of the growing season, weather permitting. That means weekly customers should expect weekly cuts and bi-weekly customers should expect cuts every other week from now till early October when we begin transitioning to fall schedule. We will continue to evaluate your lawn and make schedule recommendations as appropriate throughout they year.

Recommendations

Shrub Pruning – Spring pruning should be addressed as needed. If you’re not on one of our recurring shrub pruning schedules, call us to get set up today.

Lawn Aeration – If you have a bermuda lawn, now is the time to aerate. If you’d like assistance arranging for aeration, please call us and we’ll be happy to help.


Lawn Care Crew Leader

New Crews Added

Lawnshavers is growing and we’ve added some new people this year. You may notice that Eric is not always the one servicing your lawn anymore. That doesn’t mean you won’t still get high quality service. It just means we can bring Eric’s high standards to more people!

All Lawnshavers employees should be wearing safety green (highlighter) shirts for easy identification. Our newest crew leader is Tyler Rex.


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