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      Professional Grass Cutting Service

      Lawns really thrive when they are being adequately cared for and they present their best. One of the ways to ensure they do this is to ensure they are being mowed correctly.

      While cutting your lawn may seem straightforward, we can share tips and tricks with our site visitors to help you get the most from your mowing.

      Seasonal lawn care advice

      Once growth resumes, cut the grass on the highest setting so as not to scalp the lawn. Following this, you can lower the height to the preferred height for the lawn.

      The perfect height
      For more finer lawns, the best general height is 10 – 15 mm; for more general-use lawns, the best height is 25 – 40 mm.

      Continue to mow, maintaining the best height throughout the season. Ideally, you will cut at a minimum of 20mm up to 40 mm for a more general-use garden. For a more fine lawn, you should cut at a minimum height of 10mm and a maximum height of 20mm.

      In the autumn season, you should increase your cut height up to the max recommended height as grass growth slows down – this means 40mm for a general-use lawn and 20mm for a more finer lawn.

      Your lawn will become dormant during winter. Depending on where you are, this can be as early as October. Once you notice your grass isn’t growing back as fast after cutting, it’s time to retire your mowing schedule for the season.

      How often should I mow?

      Once a week is good during peak growing times from April to September.
      Aside from this, you should observe your lawn to understand better the length of time it takes to grow back and the effect of different mowing heights on its condition.

      When should I not mow?

      Avoid mowing your lawn when there has been little rain, as the grass will already be stressed in these conditions.
      Do not mow your lawn when it is in a dormant stage of no growth.

      Extra tips:
      Never mow with blunt blades, and ensure your mower is in good working condition – a dull blade will tear the grass rather than cut it. Mowing with blunt blades will rip grass out and as well as letting in disease that may leave the tips yellow.

      “We use LGC for weekly grounds maintenance and various landscaping projects, we have always found their work to be to a high standard, they are polite, smart, unobtrusive and always willing to go the extra mile. We couldn’t recommend them enough!”

      Mr and Mrs Bennett – Longridge


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      Why choose Lancashire Groundcare for grass-cutting services?

      We’re passionate about providing professional grass-cutting services. As a result, we’ve got a high client retention rate of 94 and 96%. With over ten years of experience, Lancashire Groundacre has built a reputation for high-quality service delivered with precision and professionalism. Lancashire Groundcare is flexible and can adapt to your bespoke requirements. We genuinely care about meeting our client’s every expectation.

      Are you interested? Get in touch with the Lancashire Groundcare team today.

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      Areas we cover

      We provide grass cutting Services throughout the Northwest of England covering Lancashire, Cumbria, Yorkshire, and Greater Manchester. This includes all the major towns and villages in these areas including in Lancashire:- Accrington, Bacup, Bamber Bridge, Barnoldswick, Blackburn, Blackpool, Burnley, Burscough, Carnforth, Chorley, Cleveleys, Clitheroe, Colne, Darwen, Eccleston, Fleetwood, Garstang, Great Harwood, Haslingden, Heysham, Kirkham, Lancaster, Leyland, Longridge, Lytham St. Anne’s, Morecambe, Nelson, Ormskirk, Oswaldtwistle, Padiham, Parbold, Penwortham, Poulton-le-Fylde, Preston, Rawtenstall, Skelmersdale, St. Annes, Thornton and Wrea Green. We also deliver grass cutting services to parts of Cumbria including Kendal, Coniston, Windermere and Ulverston, Greater Manchester including Bolton, Chorley, Rochdale , Oldham, Wigan and Bury. We also cover parts of Yorkshire including Bradford, Halifax, Huddersfield and Skipton.

      Contact us if you manage property within these areas, and we’ll discuss how we can help and find a grass cutting solution that suits you.

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