Lawn Care Services Doylestown PA
Services you can count on for over 150 years. That’s the Moyer Indoor | Outdoor promise and it’s how we’ve been helping our customers in Doylestown, PA grow beautiful, healthy lawns since the debut of our Lawn Care division in 1986. Our lawn care technicians understand the soil conditions that are unique to the area and we are ready to help you with your lawn care needs.
The service was great. My lawn never looked better. The gentleman who did the work was knowledgeable, friendly and helpful.- Arlene C.
We offer an assortment of solutions to a variety of common lawn problems which include the following services:
- Lawn Aeration
- Outdoor Flea and Tick Control
- Grub Control
- Lawn Diseases
- Lawn Seeding
- Lawn Renovation
- Lime Application
- Weed Control
- Bed Weed Control
We’re here to help you develop a plan to achieve a lush green lawn. Our flexible and effective plans are designed to show results and fit into your budget. We offer several options including our Bronze, Silver and Gold plans. All plans include our 7-step program, with treatments in early spring, late spring, early summer, late summer, early fall, fall, and winter. Learn more about each of these lawn care plans here.
We’re proud to be a continuously family-owned business. Our reputation for outstanding service, and the experience and expertise of our staff are a benchmark in our industry.
Contact us today at 215-799-2016 to schedule a lawn care appointment.
Doylestown is a borough in Bucks County, PA with a population of around 8,380. Doylestown was founded in 1745 when William Doyle built a tavern at the northwest corner of Main & State Street. It was known as William Doyle’s Tavern. The borough was eventually renamed to Doylestown after William Doyle. In 1869, Doylestown established a water works and the first phone line arrived in 1878. The courthouse was also built in the year 1878.
Doylestown Historical Society – The Doylestown Historical Society strives to protect the history of Doylestown and the surrounding towns through a collection of artifacts and narratives of the area.
Mercer Museum & Fonthill Castle – The Mercer Museum is a National Historic Landmark that was built by Henry Mercer. It includes exhibits that are are installed in alcoves, niches and rooms. The unique interior requires visitors to see objects in a new way.
Doylestown Art Festival – The Doylestown Art Festival is an annual event that features art, music, and delicious food.