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Partnering with a Lawn Service and Landscaping Company
A Homeowners Associations (HOA’s) role is always to act in the best interest of the home-owners within a building or community. Typically maintaining a properties lawn and landscape is on the list of priories for your constituents.  A well-maintained property says a lot about the values of the people who live or work on a property or community.

Pink and Green’s goal is to make sure the curb appeal of the lawn and landscape enhances the value of the property while helping you maintain your bottom line. A Homeowners Association’s responsibility can range from a single building to entire multi-unit complexes. It can be difficult to maintain the quality of the facility while keeping expenses under control.  This delicate balancing act is a challenge that Pink and Green understands.  These are people’s homes and they deserve to live in a well-maintained, comfortable environment.  Cutting corners isn’t an option and either is pulling finances from monies allocated to equally important priorities.

Full Service Lawn Service and Landscaping
Pink and Green is a full-service lawn care and landscaping option for HOA’s. Our teams are thoroughly trained and certified with our top of the line equipment. Our job is to maintain a healthy-aesthetically pleasing lawn and surrounding landscaped areas.  Our goal is complete customer satisfaction with unmatched personal attention. This is achieved through our unique “checks and balances” system that will keep your property in top condition.

List of services:

  • Lawn Maintenance
  • Landscaping
  • Lawn Ferritization
  • Lawn Pest Control
  • Debris Removal
  • Sprinkler Repair/Wet Check
  • Tree Trimming/Tree Removal
  • Stump Grinding
  • Mulching/Laying of Rocks
  • Weeding
  • Plant Installation
  • Border Installation

When it comes down to providing quality, professionalism and customer satisfaction, we are your one-stop solution. It doesn’t matter how complex and unique your needs are; we are disciplined in a facets of lawn care and landscape. We are not satisfied unless we exceed your expectation.

Q & A

Answers to commonly asked questions from the Property Managers

What is included in standard commercial lawn maintenance?

The typical lawn maintenance contract includes mowing the lawn, trimming of the hedges and shrubs, edging and trimming of all turf, sidewalk, parking lots, fences. Flowerbeds and all other surfaced areas bordered by grass should be edged after every mow. All clippings should be blown off sidewalks, curbs, streets and driveways after each mow.

Additionally, many maintenance contracts will also include:

If these add-on services are not included most commercial lawn companies will offer these services al la cart.

When is the best time of year to fertilize?

The optimal to the lawn or landscape during the Spring, Summer or Fall. It is best to avoid plant and grass fertilization during Winter. Reason being, in the Winter the grass is dormant and does not absorb the nitrogen from the fertilizer. The cold weather leads to cool season fungus' and 'brown patch fungus'; adding fertilizer to the mix will cause these fungi to spread.

Plants don't utilize much fertilizer during the cold weather months and any tender new growth shoots that are brought on by the feeding of fertilizer can be damaged by cold.

How often should the trees be trimmed?

It is recommended that trees be trimmed throughout the year versus having them all trimmed at one time. Seed pods on palm trees are opening up all year round. Seeds fall and attract ducks and unwanted pests that will eat them. Seed pods fall in the hedges which become buried and start to grow little new palms trees throughout the flower beds. Seeds can fall in the walkways and be a tripping or slipping hazard. Open seed pods attract bees.

Trimming small amounts every month is less stressful and damaging to the trees. The trees aesthetically look much better because they always look trimmed as opposed to waiting 1 year before trimming again.

What is a wet check?

A wet-check is a monthly service where an irrigation technician visits a commercial property and physically tests the irrigation system to ascertain if it is functioning properly. The irrigation technician inspects all sprinkler heads, valves and rotators as well as looking for breaks in the PVC pipe.

A wet-check report is put together along with an estimate to repair damages. These items are typically sent the property manager or a HOA board president for approval.

How many times a year should the lawn be cut?

Grass grows at different rates during different times of the year. Therefore, we recommend cutting the grass 3 times a month during the hot humid growing months. On the other hand during the cool season when the grass and shrubs become dormant we recommend cutting the grass 2 times a month.