Lawn Care, Landscaping, Fertilization, and Insect Control for Jacksonville, Fl.



All Florida Lawn Service 

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Lawn Care, Landscaping, Fertilization, and Insect Control for Jacksonville, Fl.



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Owner@All Florida.com 
Monday - Friday 8 am to 5 pm        
Office (904) 982-6075 

Fertilization, Weed Control, and Insect Control

8880 Old King Rd. S. Unit  108
Jacksonville, Fl. 32256
Office (904) 982-6075

Starting at $20 per month
No Contract
  • One Bill
  • One Phone Call 
  • One company responsible for you yard
  • One company working together 
Price Match Guarantee
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Commercial

Commercial Lawn Care- www.LawnServiceJacksonville.com

Free Mulch

Free Annuals

 or

No Contract

Call for pricing or email me an address for a hassle free quote

Office- (904) 982-2500
Email- Owner@allflorida.com

Residential

Town Homes -yards under 4000sq ft
Premium Service- 
Starting at $100 per Monthwith 
No Contract

Platinum 
Service- 
Starting at $140 per Month 
with 
No Contract

Fertilizer- Starting at $20 per Month


Yards- 4000 to 6000 sq ft
Premium
 
 Service- 
Starting at $120 per Month with 
No Contract

Platinum 
Service- 
Starting at $160 per Month 
with 
No Contract



Fertilizer- Starting at $25 per Month


Yards- 6000 sq ft or larger
Premium
 Service- 
Starting at $140 per Month with 
No Contract

Platinum 
Service- 
Starting at $180 per Month 
with 
No Contract

Fertilizer- Starting at $30 per Month



Weekly Premium- Includes everything (allotted amount of time) 

 (more time for the extras) 
Platinum accounts are inspected by our foreman bi-weekly


Weekly Lawn Service all Year

  • Mowing- Weekly
  • Hedge Trimming- Weekly 
  • Weed Eating- Weekly 
  • Edging- Weekly all year
  • Blown off- Weekly all year
  • Spray total vegetation killer- As needed
  • Spray concrete cracks
  • Hand Pull Weeds in Flower Beds- As needed
  • Yard Inspections- Bi- weekly all year
  • Cut specialty plants upon request

We only trim palms if we can reach them with pole trimmers.

It is not included with our service.

Winter Service

  • Weekly all winter
  • Raking- every week or as needed
  • Edging- Weekly
  • Blown off- Weekly
  • Blow off Roof- As Needed (low pitch roofs only)
  • Blow out Gutters- Monthly or as needed
  • Clean out beds- all Winter
  • Trim Crepe Myrtles- January (upon customer request)
  • Cut Border Grass- February(upon customer request)
  • Cut Azaleas back- After bloom (upon customer request)
  • Irrigation Inspection- March (upon customer request)

Watering Days

No watering between 10AM and 4PM or 
watering more than 3/4 of an inch

  • Odd numbered homes – Wednesday and Saturday
  • Even numbered homes – Thursday and Sunday

Businesses – Tuesday and Friday

No watering on Mondays.

Aeration

With our Aeration service, we use a deep-tine aerator to punch out cores of soil about ½" wide and 3" long across your whole lawn. This Aeration lets moisture, nutrients and oxygen reach your turf’s roots more easily. Aeration also helps to break up the thatch layer (which can block water and nutrients without Aeration and provide a home for insects and disease if it gets too thick)

The cores that the aerator pulls out will quickly decompose back into your yard. Aeration keeps your grass from losing nutrients and helping to break down thatch even more.
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Mailing Address
8880 Old Kings Rd. S. Unit 108
Jacksonville, Fl. 32257

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Landscaping

Mulch- $50 to $60 per yard

St. Augustine Sod- $300 to $360 per pallet

Labor and Material Included


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One Yard (approximately 18 bags)

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Malibu 10 Brass Lights
  • Six- walk way lights
  • Four- spot lights
$299 Total Package- Lights and Installation








Turf Maintenance

  • Turf Maintenance-Proper mowing practices are necessary to kee p any lawn healthy and attractive. Standard St. Augustine grass should be maintained at a height of 4 – 5 inches. Repeatedly mowing at lower heights increases the stress on the lawn, discourages deep rooting, increases the chance for scalping.  Mowing too infrequently and watering improperly can cause a thatch buildup.
  • Landscaping Adds up to 20% to a Property’s Value- The American Society of Landscape Architects recommends that homeowners invest 10 percent of the home’s value in landscaping. The lawn and landscaping is the first thing someone sees when approaching a property and this ‘curb appeal’ is very important to first impressions.
  • Mowing-Improper mowing causes more problems on lawns than any other maintenance practice. Many lawns are mowed too short and with a dull mower blade.
  • Pulling Weeds by Hand-Weeds should be pulled up before they produce seed heads. This is key to weed eradication because if you let those little seed heads mature, they're going to scatter themselves all over leading to a bigger battle.
  • Spraying weeds in plant beds and concrete cracks-The best way to kill weeds in plant beds is to spot spray with a nonselective herbicide. It will take about a week to shrivel up and die. Then, either weed wack the dead weed to the ground or pull out with your two hands.
  • Benefits of Mulch- Mulching can be one of the most beneficial things you can do for your soil and your plants. Mulches are a labor saving device. A layer of mulch will help prevent the germination of many weed seeds, reducing the need of herbicides. Mulches also help moderate the soil temperature and retain moisture during dry weather, reducing the need for watering. Mulches protect the soil from the impact of raindrops that can cause crusting. Crusting can prevent the germination of seedlings.
  • How much will you need? To be effective, most organic mulches need to be between 2 and 4 inches thick. Therefore, a 10 feet by 10 feet garden mulched 3 inches deep will require 25 cubic feet of mulch.