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Elites Lawn Care offers professional, high quality landscaping services including everything from routine maintenance to incorporating mulch beds, defining edges and large weeding jobs.  Keeping your home or commercial property's landscape neat and maintained is a breeze and hassle free with our expert landscapers. Contact Elites for a quote today.


You can feel confident that our Team will take care of your property and your reputation in the neighborhood. All of our staff are eager to help your yard become the yard of your dreams. You will find our team in PINK shirts EVERY time they are on your lawn.  



We are available to chat, email via our website contact form, or by phone! Contact us today!

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We have a standardized pricing system for all of our services. Fill in the contact form or call an Elites office near you to receive a free estimate within 24 hours.

After each service, you will receive an emailed invoice and the most convenient part is your card is charged after the service, so you don't have to hassle with remembering to pay the bill.

 Why you should have ELITES LAWN CARE add Mulch

Mulch is a layer of material applied to the surface of soil in landscaping and gardening. It has several important benefits, including:

  1. Moisture retention: Mulch helps to retain moisture in the soil, reducing the need for frequent watering.

  2. Weed control: Mulch can help to prevent weed growth by blocking sunlight from reaching the soil.

  3. Soil temperature regulation: Mulch can help to keep the soil cooler in hot weather and warmer in cold weather, helping to protect roots and extend the growing season.

  4. Soil erosion control: Mulch can help to prevent soil erosion by holding the soil in place and reducing the impact of rain and wind.

  5. Aesthetic appeal: Mulch can give a garden or landscape a finished and well-maintained appearance.

  6. Nutrient improvement: Organic mulch like bark, leaves or grass clippings will decompose over time and improve soil health by adding organic matter and nutrients to the soil.

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