Every Service You Need
At Apex Landscaping, we provide all of the services you need to keep your landscaping looking its best. From weed control to planning watering zones, our team has you covered. We work throughout the Chicagoland area, and the other services we provide include:
We help you keep your plants healthy with our fertilization services.
Take control of your yard with our regular weed control services.
With aeration, you help your lawn’s roots breathe and get the nutrients they need.
Keep the party going with outdoor lighting for your whole property.
Fire pit installation:
Give your yard a focal point with a beautiful fire pit everyone will enjoy.
Water feature installation:
Make your home unique with a fountain, pond, or other water feature.
Extra Lawn Services
We don’t just mow your lawn; we give you the full landscaping experience. That means we also do the fertilization of your lawn, shrubs, and trees, weed control, and turf aeration. Another service we provide if you would like is an explanation of the best way to grow sod and the best time to mow sod.
Are you unsure of how to water your plants? Apex Landscaping has experience and knowledge of how to best water your plants so they grow optimally. The root zone should be completely saturated. Also, one important thing to remember is to let the soil dry out completely before watering your plants again.
Do you want to give your space an extra spark? We install low voltage lighting to increase the beauty of your landscape. Our designers even help you pick out what would look best for your unique environment. Besides lighting, we also install fire pits and features, ponds, and water features.
We Keep Our Customers Happy
“We engaged Apex Landscaping, Inc. to update/beautify our front yard and to transform our swampy backyard into a functional space for our kids to play and our family/guests of all ages to enjoy. We are very happy with the process and results, and many neighbors and friends have asked us to connect them with Apex for their own projects.”
— June 2019, Aimee H.