We install the finest topsoil and farm grown sod available. We always supply the correct mixture of seed to ensure that your Berkeley Heights, Green Brook or Scotch Plains, NJ property receives what is best for your lawn.
Obtaining quality sod is extremely important because there are diseases that spread on sod if it has not been treated correctly. To make sure your sod stays strong we will provide materials that work as a pre-emergent for broadleaf weeds and insects that we will apply to the topsoil before we lay the sod down. Our customers always have green grass to look at once the job is done. It is very important to use the appropriate seed depending on whether the area is sunny or shady. This is why we evaluate your property to determine the correct blend of seed, to give our customers a green resilient lawn.
Caffrey Tree & Landscape will beautify your outdoor living space with our installation of paved walkways, patios, driveways, and retaining walls.
Our expert technicians will transform your landscape into a beautiful dreamscape. We will enhance your outdoor living space with attractive and durable interlocking patio stones, driveway pavers, steps, and retaining walls. Call today to learn how we can enhance your hardscapes inBasking Ridge, Short Hills, Summit, Chatham, and other towns near Scotch Plains, NJ.
Solving drainage problems is essential for maintaining or creating an enduring landscape at your home. Too much water in landscaped areas can possibly result in plant diseases and even kill sensitive plants like valuable evergreens. Areas of turf that are too wet are prone to soil compaction and scarring from footprints and mowing equipment. Here at Caffrey we design a way to direct the water away from your house and or low-lying areas, to either the street or waterway close by. We will install a French drain or drywells to keep water away from your property. Drainage & grading experts serving Basking Ridge, Short Hills, Summit, Chatham, and other towns near Scotch Plains, NJ.
Core Aeration helps control thatch naturally, improves the soil structure, helps create growth for new roots, and opens the way for water and fertilizer to reach the roots of your lawn.
How it Works:
Aeration removes thousands of small cores of soil on your from 1” to 3” in length. These cores naturally dissolve or “melt” back into the lawn after a few rainfalls, mixing with the remainder of thatch that exists on your lawn. The holes that were created by the aeration catch fertilizer and water. Aeration holes also relieve pressure from compacted soils, allowing oxygen and water to move more freely into the root zone.