Keep your yard looking neat and clean. Our professionals have different mowers for different types of grass and use them according to your needs. They also possess the knowledge of mowing the grasses at the perfect height depending on many variables.
Edging gives your lawn a polished look by creating a professional edge along walks, driveways, and planting beds.
No proper lawn cutting is complete without string trimming the areas of grass you could not get to with the lawn mower. The string trimmer is used to trim areas left uncut to match the freshly cut grass length.
Grass clippings will be blown off of the pavement/concrete areas and onto the lawn. Leaving the grass clippings on the lawn returns the organic matter and nutrients to the soil, promoting a healthy lawn.
Formerly called Sienna Plantation, Sienna, Texas is a master-planned community located in Missouri City, Texas. The community is home to about 19,500 people. Sienna is as family-friendly as it is well-maintained, with homes using the latest in smart technologies.
The master-planned enclave also has parks galore. So, if you are looking for a place where you can make the most of family time, Sienna will give you that chance. In fact, rest areas, playgrounds, and parks are central to the 10,800-acre site. Trails connect neighborhoods so everyone feels linked and welcome who lives in the community.
What sets Sienna apart from other Texas communities is its local history – one that began as a large cotton-growing community and sugar plantation. The land that ultimately became Sienna was first settled by two men, Captain David Fitzgerald and Captain William Hall. After the Texas Revolution and final conflict at San Jacinto, the area, located in Fort Bend County, continued to expand.
By 1860, this area was referred to asWaters Plantation and was made up of 6,500 acres – acres that was set aside for producing cotton, corn, and sugar cane. The plantation even had its own wharffor shipping on the nearby Brazos River. At that time, paddlewheel ships were used to transport cotton, sugar, or corn grown on the plantation. The property, during that time, featured 2 sugar mills, about 80 hours, a sawmill, and a brickyard.
Today, Sienna features massive oak trees– a reminder of a time when the “Father of Texas,” Stephen F. Austin walked in the shade of the trees. Sienna residents, therefore, feel fortunate, to call this historical site and unique master-planned community home. Whether they take part in activities at one of the many parks, or contemplate the area’s history, they have found a place that they feel proud to call their Texas residence.
That is why Sienna locals like the OneNeighbor app. They can download the app on their smartphone and request lawn care, including grass cutting or weeding, just about any time. They can add this smart app to the other smart technologies inside their home that make living in Sienna convenient and affordable.
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