Green Cut, Inc. believes that communication is a key factor in maintaining good business relationships.

We listen to our clients and answer all their inquiries one by one for that very reason.You can expect us to assist and provide you with all the information you need before, during, and after executing our landscaping services.

Here are some of our clients’ FAQs:

The price of our services depends on different factors, including size, grade, landscape layout, and gates. Due to this fact, we cannot give you an estimate over the phone, even if you know your lot size. However, we do provide free estimates. Please send us an email or call to schedule an estimate.

Most chemicals are safe as soon as they dry. If you want to be sure, please don’t hesitate to call. The flags we post on your yard usually state when it’s safe for re-entry. Usually, it’s 48 hours after we complete the application. Regardless of what the individual chemical label says, 48 hours is mandated by the State of Wisconsin.

No. Our pricing is determined by many factors based primarily on our costs. We won’t compete with someone who carries half the insurance and uses inferior products or equipment. Remember, you get what you pay for.

Our team firmly believes in environmental responsibility and uses the safest products available. We offer 100% organic fertilizer upon request. All our fertilizers are phosphorus-free, and we are extremely conservative with chemical use rates. There is not a 100% natural weed control product available.

We only use professional-grade and meticulously maintained equipment,  all of them the latest models from brands like eXmark, Toro, Maruyama, and Echo. You won’t find any of our equipment for sale at big box stores.

All our products come from a commercial landscape supplier. We pride ourselves on quality and use only the best products available. None of the products we use are for sale or use by the general public.

We hold a commercial pesticide application business license issued by the State of Wisconsin. Additionally, we have full-time personnel who hold a license and certification to apply pesticides in the Badger State.

Yes. Due to the majority of our work being commercial, we are heavily insured.

No. Due to insurance and quality standards, we must provide all equipment and materials.

Depending on the service, we need at least 50”, but we prefer a 62” opening. If you do not have at least 50”, we cannot perform mowing or cleanup services. Fertilizer/weed control services do not require anything wider than 28”. 

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The answer depends on various factors. High-maintenance lawns with vigorous growth may require annual dethatching, while low-maintenance ones may not develop excessive thatching.

However, some thatch is desired to help retain the moisture in the soil. Anything less than ½” of thatch accumulation is usually not detrimental to the lawn; anything more than  ½” of thatch will cause problems.

Lawn thatch is composed of dead and living plant parts built up and tightly meshed between the green vegetation and soil surface. They develop when the rate of organic matter accumulation exceeds the decomposition rate.

Cultural or environmental factors affect thatch accumulation. Other contributing factors that lead to excessive thatch accumulation include:

  • Soil acidity
  • Soil compactness
  • Excessive nitrogen or watering
  • Infrequent mowing
  • Excessively high mowing height

Thick layers of thatch lead to:

  • Shallow root system development
  • Increased disease and insect attacks
  • Increased scalping from mowing
  • Dry spots in the lawn
  • Reduced tolerance to environmental stress

Incorrect soil pH can cause several problems. When soil pH rises or falls too far from neutral, it alters soil chemistry and transforms nutrients into forms that roots cannot absorb.

Incorrect pH levels will make root establishment difficult and the lawn unresponsive to any fertilizer, weed control, or watering.

Depending on your soil type, core aeration is most likely very important. Core aeration allows more oxygen to the turf roots, promotes new root development, and allows water to penetrate the soil better. It also assists in decomposing thatch.

In this area of the state, the majority of the soil structure is made up of clay, which can become extremely hard. Compacted soil can cause a variety of problems related to insufficient oxygen in the soil.

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Give us a call! Green Cut, Inc. is here to provide you with top-notch landscaping services. Should you have questions other than the ones mentioned above, feel free to contact us. We’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

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