Lawn Care Coos Bay OR

Local resource for lawn care in Coos Bay. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to lawn products, lawn mowers, rakes, pesticides, fertilizers, gardening, landscapers and grass feed, as well as advice and content on lawn maintenance.

MOW CHOPS
(541) 888-5252
1109 Salmon Ave
Coos Bay, OR
Services
Mowing and Weed-eating
Hours
M-Saturday 10am - 7pm

Weber & CO.
(541) 404-6437
2061 16th st #2
north bend, OR
 
Artistic Landscapes
(503) 892-6315
7655 Sw Cedarcrest St.
Tigard, OR

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Lewis Landscape Services
(503) 524-3679
14314 Sw Allen Blvd. Ste. 510
Beaverton, OR

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Nitrolawn Inc
(503) 620-5831
Portland, OR

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Lighthouse Landscape
(541) 297-2960
1655 N 15th St
Coos Bay, OR

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Natures Gifts Nursery
(541) 572-5013
99437 Sitkum Ln
Myrtle Point, OR

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Lehmann Inc., H.D.
(503) 723-9924
P.O. Box 541
West Linn, OR
Services
Residential Installation, Residential Maintenance, Residential Irrigation, Commercial Installation, Commercial Maintenance, Commercial Irrigation, Lawns, Fencing, Lighting, Specialty Gardens, Water Effects, Patios, Concrete Work, Special Effects, Design, Drainage, Other
Membership Organizations
California Landscape Contractors Association

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Organicare, Inc.
(503) 287-2282
Po Box 56030
Portland, OR

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Meyers Yard Care Service
(541) 663-0429
2707 N. Depot St.
La Grande, OR
 
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Lawn Equipment | Gear for maintaining the perfect lawn

Gear for maintaining the perfect lawn

When developing your landscaping plan, it's prudent to figure out how much time you'll have for lawn maintenance once the main project of installing the various elements of your landscape is complete. While there are many low-maintenance options available, almost all organic elements will need at least minimal care, and you'll likely have to invest in lawn equipment to keep your landscape looking fresh and clean.

Grass Trimming

Sometimes mowing the lawn is not enough. When you've put significant effort into your landscape, extra equipment may be necessary to keep that lawn looking its best. A grass trimmer tackles weeds and particularly tough patches of grass. Because grass trimmers are handheld, they're mostly used for precision cutting, especially in spots that the lawnmower missed. When choosing a grass trimmer, it may actually be better to choose a less-powerful model, since these won't throw loose stones around as much. Ryobi lawn equipment includes a line of reliable grass trimmers and part of its collection of landscaping equipment .

Leaf blowers clear your yard of leaves and debris in a powerful but controlled way. A leaf blower can also include a vacuum option. The concentrated air flow allows the user to easily vacuum compact and hard-to-reach places like shrubs and around trees. Gas leaf blowers increase mobility and work output, but they're also usually louder and heavier than the electric versions. Toro lawn equipment is one of the industry leaders in leaf blowers, offering a variety of cordless, electric and gas versions.

Lawn vacuums are typically used in large yards that have lots of deciduous trees or flowering trees that shed a mess of leaves, twigs and other debris. A lawn vacuum is about the size of a riding lawnmower. It eats up the leaves, twigs, flowers and other debris and compacts it all into mulch that can either be reused as a nutritious addition in planters or discarded.

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