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Professional Maintenance for Beautiful Lawns in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area

It doesn’t take much for a yard to get out of hand, which is why homeowners benefit from regular lawn maintenance from Sal’s Landscape & Tree Service in Dallas-Fort Worth. With regular lawn care that includes mowing and fertilization, your property will continue to look beautiful for some time to come. Lawn fertilization ensures that new grass and plants grow in healthy and strong, and we even do leaf blowing to remove debris from pathways.

Mowing Service and Yard Care

When you hire us to mow your lawn, we take numerous factors into consideration. We ensure that the grass gets cut to an ideal height that does not add unnecessary stress to the plants. We even bag up all the clippings so that no debris is left lying around your property. Mowing the yard can be a tough chore no matter how much grass there is, so many people find our mowing service to be incredibly beneficial.

Aeration Can Improve Growth

Lawn aeration is needed to break down thatch that has built up in your soil and to relieve compaction. If too much thatch builds up, then it repels water, fertilizer and other essential nutrients. By letting us perform this service, you will be ensuring your lawn looks great, recovers faster and absorbs rainwater more efficiently.

Making the Grass Greener in the DFW Area

We provide our customers with free estimates on all our services, including stump removal and retaining wall installation. All you need to do is call us at 817-903-2500 or 972-900-6884, and we can come out to any property in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, including Tarrant County, Dallas County, Denton County, Collin County, Ellis County, Parker County and Johnson County. Give your yard the care it needs today!

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    Sal’s Landscape & Tree Service
    1415 Perry St.
    Irving, TX 75060

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    Business Hours:
    24-Hour Service

    Throughout the DFW Metroplex