We have a variety of lawn mowers, large tractor implements to small battery electric push mowers, trimmers and even specialized equipment for flail cutting and mulching.
The weather is more important than which day of the week. Temperature and humidity are an influence. If the ground is too wet, cutting your lawn could cause damage and leave ruts.
Most often, we do. Mulching also has its benefits in building quality soil.
Excavating equipment, loaders, compactors, breakers, dump trucks and trailers for hauling. Everything we need to get the job done, or we won't take it!
Yes, we do and we. We care for large and small residential and commercial condominium complexes. When curb appeal and image really matter, STARNOSE is your best choice.
Blades are sharpened each day that we go out on the job.
We do. Please visit the STARNOSE Snow Services website, or call us for more information.
We offer weekly plans. Bi-weekly means that often the grass grows in too thick and it is impractical for our strategy to accommodate in our routine.
Yes. We offer a tree climber service for pruning and take-down. We offer full removal, in which case we will leave you no mess, or alternatively you may request an on-site service, in which case we mulch what we can as well as cut firewood.
A good visual cam certainly help lead to increased property value and salability of your home. Simple things such as improving your garden, to resurfacing or renewing your driveway, rejuvenating your lawn, trimming shubs and pruning trees.
Our employees are trained in safety. Their safety is always the top priority. Next, they are trained to use professional equipment and industry practices, which we use in taking care of our customers.
Dirt Pile
  • Did you know...?

    Fertilizer is a substance added to soil to improve plants' growth and yield. First used by ancient farmers, fertilizer technology developed as the chemical needs of growing plants were discovered.

  • Did you know...?

    Fertilizer is a substance added to soil to improve plants' growth and yield. First used by ancient farmers, fertilizer technology developed as the chemical needs of growing plants were discovered.

  • Did you know...?

    Fertilizer is a substance added to soil to improve plants' growth and yield. First used by ancient farmers, fertilizer technology developed as the chemical needs of growing plants were discovered.