Edging / Line Trimming

While the lawn grows, it builds up soil and other organic matter at its edges. The resulting buildup lets grass grow a few inches or more over sidewalks, driveways, and street curbs. We can easily remove it with an edger - a tool designed to cut a neat line between pavement and lawn. Our power edgers do a great job! Edging gives the lawn a neat, well-kept appearance.

Bed lines are edged using a weed eater/line trimmer. This forms a nice crisp ridge between the grass and ornamental beds without the risk of cutting through underground wires and roots.  

The line-trimmer also controls the grass growing in areas that the mower can't properly manage, such as around mail boxes, foundations and other obstacles.