The warm months seem to pass by so quickly; let us do your yardwork and allow you the time to enjoy the summer. Through all seasons, the professional team at Class A Service Ltd. can take care of all your seasonal lawn maintenance, yard care and snow removal needs in Winnipeg and surrounding areas.
Not only do we provide regular mowing, we can do a spring and fall cleanup, plus trim the hedges and aerate your lawn. With professional lawn care services by Class A Service, you'll be able to come home, relax and enjoy your beautiful green lawn. Our weed control and fertilizer packages make your grass grow to become greener and healthier with each year.
We don’t want to just meet your expectations, we want to exceed them!
Spring, Summer & Fall
We provide an affordable, personalized lawn mowing service on a weekly or one-time basis. Our crews strive to service your yard on the same day of the week, weather permitting. This schedule and a change in the cutting pattern help to keep the lawn looking full and healthy.
Proper mowing is one of the most important practices in keeping your lawn healthy. Grasses are like most plants; if you clip off the growing points (for grass, it's in the crown, where the new leaves develop), the plants branch out and become denser, turning thousands of individual grass plants into a tightly woven turf or a lawn. If you didn't mow at all, your yard would look more like a prairie than a lawn. But the mere act of mowing isn't what makes a lawn look good. Mowing height and mowing frequency determine how healthy and attractive your lawn looks.
Power Raking or Dethatching
Thatch is the layer of old dead grass and other debris which accumulates on the ground surface, preventing moisture and oxygen from reaching the grass roots.
With thatch removed, air, water, nutrients, herbicides and pesticides can do their job more efficiently. Turf becomes healthier and more resistant to insect damage and disease.
Dethatching at regular intervals promotes denser growth and ensures the vibrancy and resiliency of your lawn. The best time to thatch is in the late spring and fall when your lawn is dry and the thatch is light and fluffy. This allows maximum thatch removal while minimizing stress on your lawn.
There is a reason why the grass on sports fields and golf courses always look perfect – it is aerated and aerated and aerated. Core aeration pulls out plugs of soil to allow oxygen, moisture and fertilizer to reach the root system.
Aeration is the best fertilizer; the more holes, the better. Once the whole lawn has been aerated, it will look like a mess. Don't worry; the soil plugs will soon break down and disappear.
Fertilizing & Weed Control
Our weed control and fertilizer program is an excellent way to keep your lawn green, thick, lush, and free of weeds and disease. We can recommend a program of weed control and fertilizer for a one-time application or as a package throughout the season. Our licensed technicians use Fiesta, an organically based weed control which kills many broadleaf weeds common to lawns in our area. Fiesta is also water-based, so it has no unpleasant odour and is safe for use around people and pets.
Book a consultation today! Core aerating and fertilizing promotes a healthy lawn and results in vigorous growth.
Spring and Fall Cleanup
Spring is the time to get your yard in shape for the growing season. Our crews will perform a thorough yard cleanup. We will clean out flower beds, and if requested, turn the soil, power rake the lawn and then vacuum to remove the excess thatch. We then blow out debris from under hedges, window wells, etc. and bag all debris. Early spring before growth begins is an excellent time to prune hedges and shrubs.
Fall is the season to prepare your yard for the upcoming winter. Once most leaves are down, our crews will perform a fall cleanup. We will cut back the flower beds, at your request, and clean out the dead debris. We then blow out debris from under hedges, window wells, etc. and give the lawn one last cut of the season, which includes bagging of all debris. Fall is again an excellent time to prune hedges and shrubs in order to encourage healthy growth for spring. Although grass appears to stop growing in the fall, the roots are actually growing deeper to prepare for winter. Now is the best time to fertilize and reseed your lawn.
Book eavestroughing cleaning in spring and fall to prevent buildup of leaves and other debris!
Landscaping allows you to make better use of the outside space available. It adds to the curb appeal and can potentially increase the value of your property. It allows you the peace and privacy you may need from the outside world. Professional landscaping will help you achieve it and enjoy a well-maintained property. You can install a patio, create a garden or learn more about our creative design solutions from Class A Services.
While snow can be pretty and make children's wishes of no school in the morning come true, it can also be an inconvenience for homeowners. Class A Service Ltd. has 25 crews with routes set up to service all areas of Winnipeg. Residential clearing is done on a regular basis or as a one-time service. Our crews operate commercial grade snowblowers to have your driveway and sidewalks cleared, 7 days a week. We also offer Bobcat and snow plow service for clients with larger properties.
Book your vacation and leave the snow clearing to us!
Rooftop Snow Removal
Our experienced crews will clear the accumulated snow from your roof, preventing any damage which may occur from ice dams or excessive snow loads. Crews are fully bonded, insured and covered under Worker’s Compensation. Don't wait for a leak! Call today to prevent ice dams!
An ice dam is a ridge or build-up of ice at the bottom edge of the roof. The problem with ice dams is that they allow additional melt water to pond, or puddle behind them. Shingle roofs are not designed to be waterproof. They are designed to shed water. Once the water has accumulated, it generally finds a way into the home through nail penetrations, and behind flashings.
Ice dams can form in a variety of ways. The most common way is when large amounts of snow accumulate on a roof, and some of the snow begins to melt. The melt water runs down the roof underneath the snow blanket, and when it hits the cold edge of the roof, it refreezes. The ice builds and builds, eventually creating an ice dam that traps the rest of the melt water up on the roof. Other factors leading to ice dams are things such as hot spots on the roof. They can occur around vents, skylights, or above an area that lacks sufficient insulation. These hot spots will melt the snow, only to have it refreeze as it runs down over a colder area of the roof, usually at the edge.