October 28, 2015

Chapel Hill NC Lawn Care Services

Chapel Hill NC Lawn Care Services

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  • How does pricing work? 
    • We charge per .25 acre starting at $50 for 0-.25 acres.
      • 0-.25 acres = $50
      • .26 – .50 acres =$55
      • .51 – .75 acres = $65
      • .76- 1.00 acres = $75
      • etc…
  • When can you start?
    • Right away! We have several crews running at all times and can usually get you on the schedule within a day or two.
  • Do you offer other services? 
    • YES! Seeding, fertilizing, aerating, landscaping, leaf clean ups, property clean ups, poison ivy etc.. Just ask. If its outside, we’ll find a way.


  1. Chapel Hill derives it name from the highest point where a church (of England) was located in the late 1700s. Called New Hope Chapel hill (where The Carolina Inn stands today), the name was shortened to Chapel Hill.
  2. Chapel Hill has been referred to as the “Southern Part of Heaven,” after the title of the book by William Meade Prince, which was published in 1950.
  3. Franklin Street, the main street through downtown Chapel Hill was named after Benjamin Franklin. Rosemary Street, a parallel street, was named after residents who lived at its opposite ends—Rose and Mary.
  4. Franklin Street’s Carolina Coffee Shop was established in 1922 as the Carolina Confectionery, making it one of the oldest original restaurants in the area.
  5. Traditionally, fire engines are red. In Chapel Hill, however, the fire trucks are Carolina blue, like the color of the Carolina Tar Heel sports teams. In Chapel Hill, the Carolina Blue fire truck tradition began in 1996 to commemorate the joint purchase of Engine 32 by the Town of Chapel Hill, UNC and UNC Hospital. Since then there have been several joint purchases of trucks and since the Carolina Blue truck was so well liked it was decided to convert the entire fleet.
  6. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is the oldest public university in the U.S., founded in 1793. UNC was the only public university in the U.S. to award degrees to students in the 18th Century. Today students at UNC come from every one of North Carolina’s 100 counties, all of the other 49 states and more than 100 countries worldwide

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