Simple Maintenance Program
Barker Brothers Landscape's Simple Lawn Program is a fantastic way to keep your lawn in great shape at an affordable price.
This plan is targeted towards those lawns that may not need as much attention in the Summer Months.
The Simple Lawn Plan Includes:
- Spring - Weekly Mowing, Edging (Weed Whacking), and Blowing
- Summer - Bi-Weekly Mowing, Edging (Weed Whacking), and Blowing
- Fall / Winter
- October Bi-Weekly Mowing & Leaf Management
- November 2 Leaf Removals
- December 2 Leaf Removals
- January 1 Leaf Removal
$159 per Month*
- Spring (March-May)
Weekly Mow, Trim, and Blow
- Summer (June-September)
Bi-Weekly Mow, Trim, and Blow
- Fall & Winter (October - February)
Lawn Mowed if Needed
5 Leaf Removal Services
- Weed Control in Beds Optional
- *Price will vary based on yard size
“I have been using Barker Brothers services for my lawn mowing for many years now. The service they bring is attentive and thorough, and leaves nothing left for me to do afterwards but water. I don’t know what I would do without them and their crews.” - Gabriel S.
“Every fall I call in Barker Brothers to handle lead removal services. Getting up there in age, and having many trees on my property make for a difficult time of things. They are through in their work, and bag and dispose of all leaves in the process, which is a great addition.” – Kirk C.
“Since the first time I used Barker Brothers to aerate my lawn in the spring, I have been noticing better growth on my lawn. Now I make sure that once the snows start to melt, that I call and make an appointment for my next service.” – Betty N.
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