Recent Weather Update

March 10, 2020

With the recent weather storms experienced the ground has become saturated with the amount of rainfall.

As we start the cutting season again in March, we are advising all our clients that the grounds supervisor will test the ground for the first couple of visits to see if the grass is fit to cut. Hand Mown areas will stand greater chance of being cut versus areas which require larger equipment such as ride on mowers.

If there is visible water on the grass or very soft ground then we will not cut the grass in order to both protect the machinery and grass. In the event we can’t cut we will still proceed with all other tasks to be carried out on site.

If you see our operatives on site please feel free to discuss the work being carried out on the site visit.

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