Providing the highest level of lawn, tree, and landscape services since 1992
Beginning first as a lawn care service company (lawn fertilization and related services), our services have expanded to now include tree & shrub care (insect and disease control); full-service tree work; various forms of pest control; full-service commercial property landscape management; and, Christmas lighting. Our service area includes all of Rhode Island; southeast Massachusetts; and, eastern Connecticut.
Each division of the SeaScape organization prides itself on providing the utmost in quality customer service. We’re big enough to answer our phones and respond rapidly to sales and service calls, yet small enough to ensure you’ll receive things like detailed notes on what we’ve done to your lawn and landscape, and take the time to call you ahead before each visit.
Studio 10: SeaScape’s Dr. Jim Wilkinson Shares Spring Lawn Care Tips
Dr. Jim Wilkinson, president of Seascape Lawn Care, appeared on WJAR’s Studio 10 and shared with host Rosie Woods some tips on lawn care for the coming season and some ways to help protect your lawn in case of another drought.
Let SeaScape Revive Your Lawn this Spring
With extreme drought, your lawn took a beating last summer. Let SeaScape help you get it back into shape.
Winter’s the Perfect Time to Prune Your Trees & Shrubs
If the thought of braving the cold with a pair of shears chills you to the bone, not to worry. TreeSolutions by SeaScape offers ornamental tree and shrub pruning to our Rhode Island customers.
Now Hiring: Come Grow with SeaScape
Come work with renowned industry leaders. Learn from the Best. Work with the Best. Earn with the Best.
Take Action Now to Keep Drought Stress at Bay
Despite some recent rain, many lawns are under some drought stress. There are ways to protect your investment.
Tree Health Alert: Beech tree disease surfaces in RI, Conn.
Beech leaf disease, a relatively new pest in our area, has started to be seen in Rhode Island and Connecticut. Dr. Heather Faubert, Director of the University of Rhode Island Plant Health Clinic first saw this disease pop up in Ashaway, RI.