Yes, estimates and/or consultations for all services are free of charge.
No, services can be canceled at anytime unless a contract is warranted for services such as Maintenance provided homes or HOA. Special offers such as 50% off Indoor Pest control may require an annual contract in order to validate the special offer.
Yes, we offer full service lawn maintenance to both Residential and Commercial clients within our service area. We also service HOA’s and Maintenance provided customers.
Yes, we do not perform large tree removal, canopy thinning, stump grinding or general pruning to trees over 15’.
All plant material is accompanied by a standard 1 year warranty if accompanied by our recommended soil amendments at time of installation. Extended warranties are available when accompanied by ongoing maintenance services and PHC (plant health care). A detailed breakdown of these warranties will accompany any estimate that involves plant material.
We have several payment options to choose from. 1. PRE-PAY: This option usually will be accompanied by a 5% discount. You can also pre-pay for certain services and pay as you go for other services. 2. PAY-AS-YOU-GO: Aspen will send an invoice every 30 days, at the beginning of each month. Send a check or credit card number within 20 days of receipt of the invoice. Service charges will be applied to any returned check. Late fee charges are in effect when payment is not sent with 30 days. 3, AUTO PAY WITH CREDIT CARD ON FILE: Your credit card will be charged on the 15th of every month for the amount of the invoice.


Winterizing your irrigation system is essential to avoid freezing pipes during the cold season. Incurring the cost of repairs to your irrigation system, as well as damaging your lawn/landscaping, may be costly. Winterizing your irrigation system is a minor expense compared to the possible alternatives.
Aspen will provide in-depth adjustments to the heads of your system as well as the controller. These adjustments are very important to ensure that all areas of your lawn and landscape are getting the recommended amounts of water in order to thrive throughout the season. This is also important to ensure that all water being used by the system is being utilized efficiently, eliminating unnecessary runoff that is costly to your pocketbook and the environment.
Think insurance for your irrigation system. Our maintenance programs are perfect for those homeowners are concerned with proper irrigation practices. Aspen will start your system up in the spring and winterize it in the fall. In addition, we will come out twice throughout the season to make necessary adjustments to sprinkler heads and the clock. Clock adjustments are very important, because as the weather changes throughout the year, so does the plants moisture requirements.

Lawn Care

We strongly recommend only seeding cool season grasses (bluegrass and fescue) in the fall. Spring seeding is not recommended because it interferes with applying pre-emergent (crabgrass preventor) applications. In addition, Immature root systems of spring seeded turfgrasses have a very hard time making it through our hot summers.
Watering will change with as the season and the climates change. Unfortunately, there isn’t an accurate explanation on how much to water. A best guess estimate would be to provide the lawn with 1” of moisture through the spring and fall growing months and increase to 1.5-2” during the hot, stressful summer months. You can follow our schedule updates from our homepage to receive weekly updates throughout the season on watering recommendations. During summer months or period when nighttime temps reach 65 degrees or higher, it is not recommended to water in the evening hours as this can encourage fungi development.
Proper mowing height through the season are as follows: -Spring - 3-3.25” -Summer - 3.25-3.5” -Fall - 2.75-3” Mow high during high stress periods like in the summer.
Grass clippings are beneficial to the existing turf and should not be removed from the lawn unless the plant is so high at mowing time that it will leave “grass clumps” in the lawn. Grass clippings return nutrients and organic matter to the soil which helps the existing stand.