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San Antonio Landscaping and Yard Cutting offers a Professional Grass Cutting Service. Can be included in our Garden Care and Maintenance Service or on its own in a weekly, bi-weekly or montly visit.

Nothing says "home" like a lush, green, manicured lawn. Our lawn care programs will be formulated to custom fit you and your lawn's
Our San Antonio Lawn Mowing division offers Professional Grass Cutting that can be included in our Garden Care and Maintenance Service Plan or on its own in a weekly or bi-weekly visit.

Nothing says "home" like a lush, green, manicured lawn. Our lawn care programs will be formulated to custom fit you and your lawn's Needs. A perfect place to entertain family and friends or relax and enjoy your landscaping.
San Antonio's Lawn Mowing professionals will work with you to develop the right formula to keep your lawn looking healthy all year round. With several levels of treatments to choose from, you are certain to find a maintenance program that meets your needs, exceeds your expectations, and is within your budget.
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My grass is really long and I have a lot of leaves. Will you charge extra for that?
We always ask that our new customers start with a thorough clean-up before we start with one of our mowing packages. Click here to learn more about our clean-up programs.

How often should I get my lawn mowed?

Mow when the grass is actively growing, and mow often enough so you never cut more than one third of the grass blade each time. For cool season grasses, the peak time for top growth is in the spring and you will need to cut it weekly at a minimum until the grass goes dormant in the heat of summer than you should get it mowed bi-weekly. Note that other brands of quick release fertilizers will provide a dose of nutrients to turf that cannot be immediately used by the grass plant and will result in excessive top growth. The excessive top growth will necessitate mowing once or twice a week.

What should be done with the grass clippings?
If you are getting your lawn mowed regularly and not removing more than 1/3 of the grass blade height, clippings can be left on the lawn and will provide a nutrient source to the grass plant as the organic material decays. When leaving clippings on the lawn, it is important to check the thickness of thatch. A thatch layer greater than 1 inch, may prevent the clippings from reaching the soil. In this case, you will need to bag the clippings or de-thatch your lawn.

Should I get my lawn fertilized before or after is is mowed?
It is recommended to mow before applying fertilizer.
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What mowing height should lawn mowers be set?
We recommend a mowing height of two to two and one-half inches for bluegrass, tall fescue and creeping red fescue; one to two inches for perennial ryegrass; one-half to one inch for Bermuda grass, and three-fourths to one inch for Zoysia grass and St. Augustine. It is important to maintain the recommended height of the grass blades so that roots stay cool and moist, and to create a barrier between airborne seeds and the ground so weeds cannot germinate.

I’ve heard of burnt lawns from over-mowing. How does this happen?
Grass that is mowed below the recommended height for the species will not absorb the light that it needs for photosynthesis which feed the root, and your lawn may take on a brownish hue. So the more grass blade you leave, the more light it absorbs and the healthier the lawn wil be. Dull lawn mower blades can also cause damage to the grass blade and tear the tops off rather than cutting the tip of the grass blade smoothly. Rough edges on the grass plant leaves it susceptible to disease and insect damage, so remember to check and sharpen your lawn mower blades.

When can I stop mowing?
The short answer is to stop when the grass blades stops growing. For cool season species, shoot growth stops when temperatures drop below 40F and exceed 90F. Root growth will continue in the fall and through part of the winter, even after the shoot growth ends.
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Property Size
Prices are Per Visit
Lawn Care
Per Visit
Lawn & Bush
Per Visit
The Works
Per Visit
Up to 5,000 sq ft $45.00 $60.00 $75.00
5,001-10,000 sq ft $60.00 $75.00 $90.00
10,001-15,000 sq ft $75.00 $90.00 $105.00
15,001-20,000 sq ft $90.00 $105.00 $120.00
20,001-30,000 sq ft $120.00 $135.00 $150.00
30,001-40,000 sq ft $150.00 $165.00 $180.37
Services Includes Includes Includes
Mowing Yes Yes Yes
Edging Yes Yes Yes
Trimming Detail Yes Yes Yes
Blowing Debris Yes Yes Yes
Shape Shrubs & hedges   Yes Yes
Fertilize Lawn     Yes

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