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Oakes Entretien, your trusted partner for all your grounds and garden maintenance needs. Here’s an overview of our services:
In spring, our expert team uses special equipment to remove the thatch layer (grass clippings and dead roots) that accumulates on your lawn over the winter. This service improves the health of your lawn by allowing water, air and nutrients to reach the grass roots more easily.
Our spring-cleaning service includes removal of winter debris, preparation of flower beds, and pruning of your trees and shrubs. We make sure your garden is clean, tidy and ready to bloom beautifully.
Our lawn aeration service helps reduce soil compaction and improve water and nutrient absorption. Using specialized equipment, we perforate your lawn to allow better circulation of air, water and nutrients.
Soil and seed spreading
For lawns that need a little help, we offer soil and seed spreading services. We select the best seeds adapted to your terrain and local climatic conditions to ensure robust, uniform growth.
We offer a professional and reliable lawn mowing service. Our team is trained to mow your lawn to the ideal height, encouraging healthy growth and a well-groomed appearance.
Hedge and shrub trimming
Our team of gardening experts can prune and shape your hedges and shrubs, respecting their health and natural growth, while adding an aesthetic touch to your landscape.
Leaf collection (autumn)
Autumn is a beautiful season, but it also brings its share of fallen leaves. We offer a leaf collection service to keep your garden clean and tidy all fall long.
Site closure (autumn)
In preparation for winter, we offer a ground closure service. This includes preparing your lawn and garden for the winter months, to ensure a vigorous spring recovery.
At Oakes Entretien, we pride ourselves on our commitment to providing exceptional service to our customers. Contact us today to discuss your grounds and garden maintenance needs. We’d love to help you create and maintain the landscape of your dreams.
Grounds maintenance and fertilization
Make people jealous with a healthy green lawn!
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Frequently asked questions
Do you have any questions?
Here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions:
At Oakes Landscape Maintenance, we offer a wide range of landscape maintenance services. This includes lawn mowing, tree and shrub pruning, fertilizing, weeding, soil aeration, installing sprinkler systems, landscaping, and much more. We’re here to meet all your outdoor maintenance needs.
o get a personalized quote, you can contact us using the quote request form on our website or by calling us directly. We’ll be happy to discuss your specific requirements, schedule an on-site visit if necessary, and provide you with a detailed, competitive quote for the landscape maintenance services you’re looking for.
We serve the North Shore of Montreal and Montreal West for the To find out if we cover your area, please contact us and we’ll be happy to advise you.
How often you need to maintain your lawn depends on a number of factors, such as the type of grass, local weather conditions and lawn use. In general, we recommend regular mowing every 1-2 weeks during periods of active lawn growth. However, we can tailor our maintenance program to your specific needs.
Yes, we offer long-term landscape maintenance contracts to ensure regular monitoring of your outdoor spaces. These contracts can be tailored to your specific needs and can include a combination of services such as mowing, pruning, fertilizing, weeding, etc. Contact us to discuss the contract options that best suit your needs.
At Oakes Landscape Maintenance, we place great importance on sustainability and eco-responsibility. We use environmentally-friendly practices in our landscape maintenance services, favoring sustainable water management techniques, promoting the use of environmentally-friendly products, and encouraging biodiversity in our landscaping.