Landscape Maintenance Services

The Art of Landscape Maintenance

Landscape maintenance is the art of retaining a healthy, aesthetic, appealing, and safe yard. This process eases the burden on the homeowners by giving them the assurance of an ideal landscape. Through regular maintenance, you can achieve a more beautiful and attractive lawn. Landscape maintenance can also diminish lawn issues in the future.

Though landscaping seems to be an easy-to-accomplish and fun activity, homeowners are advised to hire a professional tree care company. This is to guide you accordingly with proper landscape planning and implementation. Furthermore, landscape maintenance requires physical exertion and skills, as well as knowledge of the usage of special tools and supplies.

For landscaping maintenance services in Northern Idaho, Eastern Washington, and other nearby areas, Northern Lakes Tree Service Company is at your service. Our dedication to maintaining beautiful landscapes has led to successful lawn and tree maintenance and services. We help our clients manage their landscape issues by providing continuous communication and immediate attention. Maintenance activities and services vary depending on landscape features and design.

Landscape maintenance services

  • This provides a finished, professional appearance to the landscape. Adding a bed of mulch instead of grass breaks down, fertilizes your plants, and prevents weeds. It also retains soil moisture and insulates plant roots by preventing the sun from baking soil surfaces. This process also allows water to penetrate the soil, reducing runoff and reducing weed growth. All of these are possible while enhancing the visual appeal of your landscape.
  • To support healthy plant growth, the use of fertilizer is recommended. Keep in mind that the amount and type (chemical or organic) of fertilizer depends on the lawn: kinds of plants, growing beds, climate, and condition of the soil. To ensure proper and timely application of nutrients to your lawn, ask for the assistance of professional lawn care maintenance.
  • Mowing. Proper mowing of the lawn is one of the secret keys to keeping it healthy. The right height for cutting your lawn depends on the type of grass, the season, and the growing conditions. This process creates a low-maintenance, drought-tolerant lawn. Always remember to check the lawn before mowing and wear proper clothing. Doing this job is quite hazardous. It requires extensive knowledge of how equipment works and how to keep it safe.
  • This process removes existing weeds and adds herbicide. Use caution when using weed preventers because they will not only kill weed but also nearby plants. Early identification of weeds and prompt removal can alleviate probable evasive problems. Eliminate them before they germinate.
  • Selective pruning controls the size and shape of shrubs and trees. Pruning away dead and dying branches stimulates tree and plant growth and development. In addition, using this method will allow trees and plants to bloom to their full potential, creating healthy, lush, extra-appealing, and interesting landscapes. Pruning improves the total welfare and natural shape of the plant or tree.
  • Insect control. Many insects can potentially damage your lawn. Understanding the damaging insects on your lawn and the associated risks will help you better care for your lawn and investment property. This sometimes leads homeowners to buy natural household chemicals to kill pests with their own hands. But have you ever thought of the threat that it may pose and the health issues that it may compromise? Hire a professional care specialist today to do the job for you.

For free estimates and assessments:


Damon Bretthauer
Phone: (208) 443-3600
     Cell: (208) 610-3718


  • North Idaho: Priest Lake, Priest River, Oldtown, Sandpoint, Ponderay, Bonners Ferry, Cocalalla, Diamond Lake, Sacheen Lake, Rathdrum, Spirit Lake, Twin Lakes, Couer d’Alene, and the Hayden Lake area
  • Eastern Washington: Newport, Deer Park, Elk, Spokane County, and Spokane Area
  • Northern Lakes Area