FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
You Have Questions about Lawn Care – We Have the Answers!
When you’re hiring professional landscaping & lawn care services, you likely have some questions. Whether it’s about cost, schedule, contract, or the specific needs of your property; we’re here and ready to help.
Below, we’ve answered some of the most frequently asked questions we get. If you’re interested in learning more, don’t hesitate to contact us!
Koch Kuts is a family-owned & operated company that has served homeowners & businesses in southeast Wisconsin since 1996. With 25 years of landscaping experience under our belts, you can trust that your lawn is getting the best possible care available.
Our lawn maintenance & seasonal lawn care services are available in Burlington, Wisconsin and the surrounding areas, including Waterford, Rochester, Honey Creek, Spring Prairie, Lyons, Wheatland, Paddock Lake, Brighton, & Kansasville. If you are interested in Koch Kuts lawn services, give us a call to find out if we serve your area!
Yes – Koch Kuts will assess your area and design or help you design a plan based on your land, your needs and other suggestions we may have.
Yes, if you have a plan already but need some modifications we can work through that with you.
Yes we can help with staking your new trees, and also with planting new trees or removing trees.
Yes! You can trust Koch Kuts for all of your seasonal lawn care needs. Seasonal services we can help you with include (but are not limited to):
- Core Aeration
- Seeding & Sodding
- Tree Care
- Mowing & Trimming
Get a seasonal lawn care estimate for your lawn today!
Koch Kuts is a popular choice for lawn maintenance in Burlington & Waterford, WI. We have the manpower and equipment to manage the maintenance needs of residential lawns, commercial grounds, and recreational turfs. Our basic lawn maintenance plans include mowing, trimming, and cleanup. We’re always happy to design a contract that includes the lawn care treatments your property needs too.
Koch Kuts fall cleanup services include:
- End of season mowing (we’ll mow your lawn until it stops growing)
- Pruning (trees & plant life will be pruned to promote growth in the spring)
- Leaf Cleanup & Removal
Our fall cleanup services typically begin after the first frost and wrap up on December first or after the first snow.
Koch Kuts can help you with fall lawn care & maintenance, providing care that is right for your property’s needs.
Koch Kuts specializes in seasonal lawn care! Our spring lawn care plans often include:
- Weed Prevention
- Overseeding (as necessary)
- Dethatching & Core Aeration (as necessary)
- Start of Season Mowing & Trimming
We can also help you with spring cleanup, planting, mulching, and bed edging.
The most important benefit you can reap from professional lawn care is a healthy lawn. Soil and grass that is properly cared for will grow thicker and greener. Lawn maintenance like mowing & trimming services keep your property perfectly manicured. With professionals managing the needs of your lawn, you can enjoy the spoils of a beautifully trimmed lawn without putting in any of the effort or time. Lawn maintenance is also generally affordable.
Learn more about The Benefits of Hiring a Local Lawn Service.
For lawns with a lot of thatch buildup or severe soil compaction problems, core aeration is more than beneficial, it’s important. Core aeration needs to be precisely timed for the best results, which is why professional service is recommended. The purpose of aerating your lawn is to allow vital nutrients like oxygen, water, and fertilizer to reach the root system. Core aeration is often performed in the spring, however, it may be necessary in the fall as well if your thatch problems are extreme.
Learn more from our The Importance of Lawn Aeration blog.
Overseeding is only beneficial when done correctly. Seeds need to be embedded effectively into the soil and watered until they sprout. Most often applied in the late summer, seeds that root in the fall will sprout again in the spring, ensuring a thicker lawn after the ground thaws. If you have bare or brown spots come spring, overseeding can be completed again to help fill in the problem areas.