Lawn Mowing Kingseat
Kingseat Gardening Services
We have many happy clients in Kingseat, Auckland, New Zealand.
Through our Lawn Mowing Kingseat and Kingseat Gardening Services we have helped many local residents, landlords and tenants. We provide both regular yard maintenance services, one time only visits or urgent end of lease clean ups. The quality work provided by our gardeners is available for most New Zealanders with affordable rates for our lawn mowing services. We are Fully Insured and can also take on specialised Aged Care or requests for clients dealing with disabilities.
How often should my lawns be mowed?
Through our years of gardening maintenance and Lawn Mowing Kingseat, we recommend a mowing frequency of once every 3 – 4 weeks depending on the season. MOW NOW is flexible to cater to your specific needs in order to allow for healthy lawn growth, without paying any surcharges for overgrowth. Leaving grass to grow too long, will leave your yard with brown dry and unhealthy roots. (Not to mention, long grass can attract unwanted pests!)
More about Kingseat
Kingseat is a rural community between Karaka and Waiuku located on the Manukau Harbour in Auckland, New Zealand. Kingseat was originally part of Patumahoe and was not actually recognised as a specific area until a mental hospital known as Kingseat Hospital was built there in February 1931. The local area around it then became generally became known as Kingseat. While still predominantly rural, with dairy farms and thoroughbred studs, as of 2016 large blocks of land are being sold off for subdivision and commercial development. Local infrastructure is minimal, with the nearest shops being at Patumahoe (seven minutes away) or Karaka (ten minutes away).
More about Auckland
Positive aspects of Auckland life are its mild climate, employment and educational opportunities, and leisure facilities. Auckland ranked 3rd in a survey of the quality of life of 215 major cities of the world. It is the major economic and financial centre of New Zealand with an advanced market economy with strengths in finance, commerce, and tourism. Auckland is classified by as a Beta + world city because of its importance in commerce, the arts, and education. One of Auckland’s nicknames, the “City of Sails”, is derived from the popularity of sailing in the region, with about 1 in 3 Auckland households owning a boat.