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Lawn mites like warmth. Remember that fact when you see your lawn covered in snow. Where snow has melted and grass is showing is typically where you’ll find mites. Snow covered lawns are actually very helpful when spraying for lawn mites by centralizing the mites in specifics locations. Technicians are trained to identify, while on the property, if treatment will be beneficial or not.
Swingle lawn care services DOES NOT offer lawn mowing services, but recommends contacting the Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado (ALCC) www.alcc.com to find a reputable mowing service in your area.
Swingle offers organic soil enhancers, organic lawn fertilization, organic mulch and a variety of other services (like injectable pest control) to keep your yard as healthy, weed-free and safe as possible.
In addition to traditional lawn care where we create greener backyards and healthy front lawns, Swingle also has extensive experience maintaining rangeland, fields and native turf. Our professional lawn care team can help establishing your native grass lawn, or maintain an existing one. If your question is not addressed here, please type it into the “”search”” window on the top right of this page or contact us directly. We also invite you to connect with us on Facebook and Twitter!
With a standard 5-time lawn care program, you can expect Swingle to be on your property every six weeks. Depending on when you schedule service, lawn treatments typically begin in March after the snow melts, then again in early to mid-May. Most lawns are “cool season” grasses, which grow best from April through June.
Our program provides guaranteed weed control from invasive grasses and unwanted broadleaf weeds such as crabgrass, spurge, dandelion and many others. We provide re-sprays at no additional cost should your first application not be effective.
Clay soils are predominant in most areas of the front range. These soils by nature are low-oxygen soils, so aeration reincorporates oxygen into the root zone. Following lawn aeration service, do not remove the plugs from the lawn. While they can be unsightly, it’s best to let them dry out and then mulch them back into the lawn when mowed.
It is recommended you wait 24 hours before mowing your lawn (see the note below on watering).
We recommend that your first application be lightly watered on the day of service in order to release the product into the soil.
We recommend a full 24 hours before allowing your children and pets on to your lawn after product is applied.
No. We’ll perform onsite maintenance to make sure your lights are working to your satisfaction during the duration of the holiday lighting season.
$750 is the minimum charge for Swingle’s professional holiday lights décor and installation services.
Denver Botanic Gardens, Hudson Gardens, Towns of Parker, Fort Collins and Superior, Lincoln Center, Whole Foods-Denver, Seven Falls and many more.
In most cases, no. But with larger installations, additional power sources may be required and therefore an electrician would be necessary before installation.
No. Programs are all-inclusive – one price for everything. Design, installation, take-down, storage and maintenance.
All decor is included in the service package. You’ll never own old, worn-out decor again. With our program, decor is automatically replaced when it needs to be – and you’ll have the flexibility to change colors upon renewal.
When it’s time to think about holiday lighting, many property managers will turn to their maintenance staff to deck-the-halls of their location and homeowners will run to their local big-box store. However, designing a professional holiday lighting display requires more skill and artistry than just hanging lights on a hook.
Moreover, it’s critical to be familiar with the logistics and differences between what you buy at the local big-box store and what is called commercial grade. Here are a few things to consider:
Yes. We have many options available.
No. We only do maintenance, activation and winterization.
Colorado is known for its rapidly changing climate. It’s important to know how to protect your home’s sprinkler system in case of an unexpected freeze and your system hasn’t been winterized. To properly protect your system from freezing and causing costly damage, there are various steps you can take to get you through the night so you can properly winterize your system on a later date. See this link for an informative video.
As the weather approaches freezing temperatures, it’s important to make sure that all the water is out of your sprinkler lines to prevent damage and the expense of sprinkler repairs come the spring. Blowing out sprinkler systems as the temperatures become cooler in mid-fall is recommend.
As soon as fertilizer is applied to your lawn, it will require regular watering in order to achieve optimal results. We recommend activating your sprinkler system in late April, early May.
No. You might actually find you’re saving money, as a properly designed and functioning system waters more efficiently with less water waste.
No. There is no definitive solution to rid your property of rabbit damage. Repellents and traps may work for a brief period of time, but eventually become ineffective. The best advice is to rid your property of overgrown shrubs and ground cover as well as “hiding” spots, which provide the perfect protection and home for these furry creates.
No, we do not treat for small rodents.
We’ll be on your property to spray for insects three to four times a year throughout the early spring and late fall.
Swingle’s perimeter pest control program targets multiple species of ants, beetles, centipedes, cockroaches, earwigs, fleas, gnats, mites, sow bugs, spiders, silverfish and more.
Yes. Our spray application is specially formulated to target insects only. It will not cause any harm or damage to your soil, flowers, ornamental shrubs or lawn.
You should see less insect activity about one to two days after the initial treatment, with a noticeable reduction in two weeks. The effectiveness of your first treatment is contingent upon the level of infestation and your environmental conditions.
No. Indoor pest and insect control is best achieved with an effective outdoor application – keeping both pests and insecticides out of your home or building.
We recommend that your first application be lightly watered as soon as possible in order to release the product into the soil.
Yes, we guarantee our weed control applications and will re-spray if necessary.
Noxious weeds are non-native plants that disrupt native vegetation because they have no natural controls and are able to adapt to varied climate conditions. Noxious weeds are an invasive plant, which are not native to our ecosystem – harming the environment, our economy and even our people.
Common Colorado weeds include dandelion, bindweed, spurge, mallow, crabgrass, and foxtail. Swingle’s weed prevention products will help managed and control these weeds.
No. Swingle offers a separate bed and border program for mulched areas, low-growing evergreen beds, pathways, walkways, driveways and crushed rock.
Yes. Our lawn care program includes pre-emergent weed control to prevent crabgrass and spurge.
Yes. Swingle is one of the few landscape organizations in Colorado to be certified OSHA compliant. In 1970, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) was created. The goal was to help create a safer work environment by working with businesses to establish standards that are workplace-specific. The rules and regulations developed ensure workers are in the safest environment possible as set forth by OSHA. Swingle spends more time on training hours and invests more money in industry related training than any other Colorado tree company.
Additionally, many of our technicians have gone through rigorous training and are certified through TCIA (Tree Care Industry Association) and ISA (International Society of Arboriculture).
When utilizing bucket trucks, cranes and other large vehicles on your property, Swingle will lay down protective coverings in order to make sure heavy tires will not damage your property. Potted plants, lights, patio furniture, and decorative yard art should be moved from around trees before crews arrive to perform the work. Additionally, we remove your tree in stages, starting at the very top, to lessen the chances of the tree falling onto your home or homes around you. We work directly with the power company to make sure that electrical and telecommunication lines are safely moved out of harm’s way.
While some companies will promise you a quick removal, Swingle prides itself on protecting its staff and your property. Therefore, we factor in properly preparing and protecting your property and inspecting the location for electrical and telecommunication lines before removing the tree in stages. An average size tree should be able to be removed in one day, but larger trees might require an additional service day or days.
The best time to prune trees is in the dormant season when tree growth is not active and removal is less stressful to the tree. Some species of tree must be pruned in dormancy. However, trees can be pruned throughout the year if necessary, as long as proper precautions are taken to ensure the least amount of damage is done to the tree.
Professional tree trimming is essential to healthy growth. Dying or dead branches, overgrowth and interference (when one tree grows around and/or through another), creates unhealthy conditions, making the tree less attractive and more susceptible to breakage.
Yes. Young trees require very different nutrients than older, more established trees. Swingle offers a three-stage fertilization process to protect young and new trees from the time they’re planted throughout their maturity. Our fertilization treatment is specifically formulated for trees in Colorado.
Yes. The insecticides we use to combat EAB are placed in the soil or injected directly into the trunk of the tree. We offer both soil and trunk injections depending on the size of the tree trunk and your proximity to a detection zone.
We know that now – more than ever – affordability and a balanced budget are top of mind. So we are committed to working within your budget, offering economies of scale, prioritizing your property’s needed services and bringing you peace of mind.
For sixty years, Swingle has been helping management and maintenance with our commitment to enhancing property values, reducing risk, and budget planning. Our primary goal is to deliver peace of mind to everyone managing or maintaining a commercial property.
While not treatable once infested, preventative sprays are the solution to controlling Mountain Pine Beetles. Swingle recommends spraying spruce trees two times a year, once in the spring and once in the summer.
Swingle’s insect control program provides ant control, spider control, mite control and general bug control. Swingle’s perimeter pest control targets ants, beetles, centipedes, cockroaches, earwigs, fleas, gnats, mites, sow bugs, spiders, and silverfish.
With free follow-up visits and one of the industry’s highest customer renewal rates, impeccable customer service is one of our top priorities. At Swingle, a promise is a promise, and we will make certain you are completely satisfied with every job we do. These commitments to service have earned us the endorsement of the Better Business Bureau.
At Swingle, we provide the best quality customer service and hire the most experienced employees. Our team of professionals is highly-skilled, tech-savvy and many have been working for us for over a decade. Swingle employs more certified arborists than any other company in our region. We also have one of the most nationally respected plant pathologists on staff.
Since 1947, Swingle Lawn, Tree & Landscape Care has been Colorado’s choice for tree care, plant care, lawn services and irrigation systems.
Swingle provides a replacement warranty with every tree and shrub they plant. If your plant should not survive within the time period of this warranty, a one-time plant replacement will be provided at no charge.
This warranty includes the removal of the original plant, its replacement, and any labor required. Listed below are the warranty durations that cover each plant:
Items not covered by Swingle’s warranty include, but are not limited to, Acts of God such as freezing, hail, snow damage, fire, floods, and drought. Neglect, vandalism, or damage caused by animals will also void any warranty.
Yes, Swingle offers the Swingle Promise: a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee on all services rendered. We stand by our work and our team, and if you’re not completely satisfied know that your concerns will be addressed.
After authorizing services with Swingle, they’re entered into the cue to be scheduled. Depending on what service you are authorizing, dictates the projected dates you are given. The projected dates are Swingle’s way of informing the customer when they should expect services to be completed. Due to weather, and other unpredictable circumstances, it’s essentially impossible to give exact dates – months or even weeks in advance.
Swingle provides a 3% prepay discount to customers who want to pay for their services in advance. It’s taken at the time you approve and pay for services. Payment needs to be made in full to receive the 3% discount for those services. Any service that is not prepaid for at the time of authorization, does not qualify for this discount.
NOTE: Pre-payment has no influence on scheduling of services. Swingle services are scheduled in the order they are received departmentally. Pre-payment does not elevate your position on that schedule.
Yes, and we are proud of this designation. Swingle is one of the few landscape organizations in Colorado to be certified OSHA compliant.
In 1970, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) was created. The goal was to help create a safer work environment by working with businesses to establish standards that are workplace-specific. The rules and regulations developed ensure workers are in the safest environment possible as set forth by OSHA.
All of our services are weather dependent, which means we cancel services due to cold temperatures, wind, snow, or rain on any given day. For all of our call-first customers, Swingle will call to inform you of any changes to the schedule.
Simply visit myswingle.com/account and reference the “Register for New Account” section. Simply follow the prompted instructions. You will need to have your hard copy invoice present before completing the registration.
Yes, Swingle is a secure payment site. You’ll notice the payment screen says https (the “s” on the http stands for secure). When a website is unsecure, you will see the website just say http. Visit myswingle.com/account to pay for your invoiced services.
Checks should be made out to “Swingle Inc.” and mailed to: Swingle Lawn, Tree & Landscape Care, P.O. Box 17248, Denver, CO 80217
Credit Card payments should be mailed to: Swingle Lawn, Tree & Landscape Care, 8585 E. Warren Ave, Denver, CO 80231
A Continuing Service Agreement (CSA) is a convenience Swingle provides to all of its customers. It takes away the hassle of having to remember to renew your services each calendar year. Every proposal Swingle sends out clearly states, “For your convenience, the services you approve will automatically be scheduled for the following year”. To cancel or remove yourself from CSA, simply call us at 303.337.6200 or 970.221.1287.