Michael Gray is leading many new landscaping options including Landscaping Renovation and Landscaping Consultation.
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Weekly mowing with a variety of mowers including 30" walk behinds for small yards 36", 42", and 60" for bigger and more challenging lawns. Gray and Grandpa is big enough for your business, yet small enough to maintain your home property as well. String trimming along fences, houses, and trees is included as well as cleaning off sidewalks and driveways before finishing the job. More information is available on the Mowing page.
We offer a 4 step program including 2 pre-emergent applications to battle tough crabgrass from ever taking hold on your lawn through all of spring. A Low nitrogen, mid-late summer application is used to prevent nitrogen burn during the hot months. Lastly, a winterizing application is applied to prepare and feed your lawn during the cold winter months. An optional 5th application for grub control may also be added. More information available in the fertilizer page.
Aerating is also offered by Gray and Grandpa. Aerating is the single most overlooked and cost effective way to benefit your turf grass. This service is best done is spring or fall. Aerating benefits soil, grass, roots, and helps promote healthy behavior for months to come. Gray and Grandpa strongly recommends anyone who is over seeding to have those areas aerated beforehand. Seed germination rate can greatly increase simply from being aerated. More information is available in the aerating page.
Over seeding is best done in fall but can also be done in spring. Keeping soil moist around seeded grass is essential. Gray and Grandpa will strongly suggest aeration before over seeding. Aerating has many benefits including higher germination rates. Additional information is available in the over seeding page.
Weed control is ideally done in spring or fall depending on the type of weed problems you are experiencing. Spraying can be delayed due to hot, windy, or rainy conditions. Reasons for this include safety precautions as well as the effectiveness of the weed control. Additional information can be found in the weed spray page.
Edging will clean up your sidewalks and available curb lines with a clean cut edge using hand and powered tools. Edging is best done when it is dry to provide the best possible edge and prevent unnecessary mess. Additional information and a price guide is available in the edging page.
Hedge trimming can be done almost any time for most plants. Although most plants will benefit much more from being trimmed at the proper time. Specific details can vary widely depending on the type of plant(s) you have. Additional information can be found in the hedge trimming page.
Cleaning your gutters of debris will help avoid premature wear on your gutters and downspouts, also ensuring proper drainage to reduce the chance of water damage to your property. Most often, one time in the spring and again in the fall is enough to ensure proper drainage. Areas with tall trees that drop debris throughout the year and are placed close to buildings may require cleaning more often. Additional information is available in the gutters page.
While some soil testing can be accurately conducted through simpler means, Gray and Grandpa will send unsure soil tests in to the University of Nebraska for a complete test. Identifying the real problem can save time, money, and your lawn from ineffective remedies. Contact us for more details.
Gray and Grandpa Mowing was founded to provide, honest, reliable, friendly service for the people of Lincoln, NE. We have continued to do so for 30+ years and look forward to growing with you. Our goal is to provide a great service at a fair price while also helping teach environmentally safe lawn care practices and making it a fun, safe environment for our employees. Our customers have a wide range of needs from full service to just the bare minimum. We know there can be a lot of misinformation out there when it comes to yard care. Our company will use its 50+ years of experience in the Lincoln area to fix and meet your yards specific needs. Whether it be advising people against the use of a chemical when the target plant is dying because of its natural cycle anyway, or helping set up a properly timed watering schedule that works to save you money while still providing enough water to be safe for your yards specific needs. Our employees play a crucial role in all of this and are expected to be aware of each customers lawn needs. So, if you’re in the need for someone that knows what they are doing and doesn’t over charge while only selling you the services you need, give us a call.
Gray and Grandpa Mowing was established by Jack Andersen on April 1st, 1984 alongside his eldest grandson Michael Gray with the addition of Matthew Gray on April 1st, 1989 and Mark Gray on April 1st, 1993. The Great Grandson of Jack Andersen, Nathanial Gray is the newest addition who joined the team on April 1st, 2009.
With Gray and Grandpa you can expect reliable, professional, and personalized service. Our 50 years of experience in lawn care will ensure satisfaction with any service we provide. We understand that each customer had different needs and wants. Our wide range of services allows us to provide what you need when you need it. This means that one call can do it all! Communication is the key to a successful and happy relationship, and we encourage people to call if they have any questions or service needs change. We want you to be happy with all aspects of service and strive to make our service fit your needs. One of the things I say the most when going to give an estimate is that “we are no pressure sales”. I take this to heart having seen how many people can be tricked into a service they don’t need and can’t afford. Lastly, all Gray and Grandpa employees are trained to operate equipment in a manner that is safe for the yard, things in the yard, and people around the yard including themselves.
6342 seward ave, lincoln, NE 68507, us
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday: By appointment