JLC Landscape Maintenance Services
JLC Maintenance Services utilizes top of the line equipment. We
have an in-house mechanic which allows us to be ready for the
job every day. Our Maintenance Foremen are fully trained to
operate Dixie Choppers, Honda push mowers, and Stihl edgers,
weedeaters and blowers.
Shrub and tree pruning is an important part of landscape care.
Our maintenance crews will prune everything up to seven feet in
height. An important factor in pruning is the use of the
appropriate tools, such as hand pruners, shears and hedge
trimmers. Some companies that just want to “get the job done”
will simply use hedge trimmers on everything to save them time,
but unfortunately hedge trimmers can be detrimental if used on
the wrong plant. JLC will take the time to make sure plants are
pruned properly for optimal growth and appearance.
A monthly irrigation check is one of the most significant parts
of a landscape. Our JLC Foremen are trained to do system checks,
repairs, cleanings and minor adjustments. JLC is backed by the
Jenkins Landscape Irrigation Department and can be called upon
for major issues at a moments notice.
Pests are a common issue in landscapes and being able to manage
them is crucial. Every foreman is licensed by the state to use a
hand sprayer. During our weekly or bi-weekly visit we will spray
only if needed. Again, should there be any issues where our
foreman cannot manage a certain pest; Jenkins Landscape’s Pest
Control/Fertilization Department will be able to visit your
property to address all issues. This department is also in
charge of fertilization. Within our Fertilization program, we
fertilize with the best products and follow the strict
guidelines to prevent any problems of runoff, burning the plant,
or staining the sidewalk/driveway.
Our Tree Trimming division is responsible for trimming
everything over seven feet tall. We recommend hard pruning to be
completed during the summer and palm tree trimming in the fall.
Palms are pruned in the fall because of their seed producing
habits. Once we get a cold snap, Sabal Palms become somewhat
dormant and once the seed pods are pruned, the tree will remain
“clean” until late spring. Trimming in the summer will only
result in a second trim.
The Landscape Installation is a division of Jenkins Landscape
Company. Please visit JenkinsLandscape.com/installation to read
more information on landscape installation.