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    Lawn & Grounds Maintenance in Garden City


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    Business Listing   A AAA Beautiful Yard Inc - Garden City, MI - Phone: (734) 525-3600


    Business Listing   ADM Property Services- Inc. - Garden City, MI - Phone: (734) 425-1300


    Business Listing   Shakespeare Lawn & Snow - Garden City, MI - Phone: (734) 525-0150


    Business Listing   Waldron's Landscaping - Garden City, MI - Phone: (734) 427-9595


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    Helpful Definition for: Lawn & Grounds Maintenance


    Lawn & Grounds Maintenance, in Garden City, denotes the type of maintenance involving the overall monitoring and taking care of the lawns or fields in domestic or commercial areas. The maintenance involves trimming and watering of grass, regular usage of pesticides and checking the soil texture regularly. Generally, individuals professionally providing such services are hired for the purpose. In Garden City, there are a number of agencies that provide Lawn & Ground maintenance services. Generally, these services are provided at a certain interval of time. Charges may vary depending upon the area to be covered & whether or not some special requirements are to be met.

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