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Lawn mowing takes time and is tedious. Most homeowners and commercial property owners don’t have time to manicure their own lawn, so they turn to professional landscapers. Let A Cut Above Lawn Care be your first choice for lawn maintenance. We have over ten years experience in lawn care, and the best equipment to ensure a fast and perfectly manicured cut.

A Cut Above Lawn Care professional crews will provide weekly maintenance, including: lawn cutting, edging, trimming, debris pickup, and blowing clippings from all hard surfaces and beds.

Equipment We Use

  • Zero-turn riding mowers (for larger properties)
  • Walk-behind mowers
  • Edgers
  • String trimmers
  • Backpack blowers

Reasons to choose A Cut Above Lawn Care for your lawn care needs:

  • Clean, company-lettered trucks and uniformed employees
  • Competitive pricing
  • Smaller equipment available on request for residential customers
  • Area manager, to ensure quality care
  • Guaranteed same day of the week schedule (weather permitting)
  • Same crew cuts your property’s grass every week
  • Crews of varying sizes to suit the customer’s property needs
• Fully Insured • Commercial
• Residential •100% Satisfaction Guarantee

NO lawn to BIG or to SMALL Give us a call 315-777-6357


A Cut Above Landscape & Lawn Care
P.O. Box 87
17151 US Route 11
Watertown NY 13601

Call: 315.777.6357

Is your lawn getting thin, turning brown, or developing spots?

Is your lawn getting thin, turning brown, or developing spots? Over time, most soils become compacted or hard and your turf has trouble filling in those thin and browning spots. Drought disease and insects can also take their toll. If any of this sounds familiar, aeration and overseeding might be just what you need.

All lawns regardless of their condition can benefit from some level of renovation every year or so. One of the best means of rejuvenating turf is to combine the power of professional aeration with overseeding.

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During aeration, a machine known as a core areator pulls plugs of soil and thatch up from the lawn to break up compacted soil and create more room for air, water, and fertilizer to reach the roots. This results in expansion of the root system for thicker healthier grass. Aeration also helps to break up thatch, which can prevent water, fertilizer, and insect controls from reaching the soil if it gets too thick.

Following aeration with overseeding is a great way to thicken up a thin lawn or add a hardier, more drought-resistant grass variety to your property. Good seed-to-soil contact is essential for seeding success, and the new grass seed will have an easier time growing in the holes left behind by aeration. Keep in mind that if your lawn has been seeded, the soil should be kept moist with light, frequent sprinklings until the new grass is well established.