Thank You for Your Support!
We were truly honored and humbled to learn SeaScape was recently named the winner of a 2023 Community Choice Award for “Best Lawn Care/ Landscaping Company.”
Making this award more gratifying is that it is voted on by you, our loyal customers. We do what we do for you. Receiving accolades like this one from The Providence Journal is just bonus.
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.
Friend's Way - a bereavement center in Rhode Island - this week continued an annual tradition of spreading holiday cheer to a local family. On Monday, 9-year-old Katherine arrived home from school to find a little bit of Christmas magic. With decorations provided by...
While high temps are awesome for last-minute beach days, they aren’t so good for your grass.
Dr. Jim Wilkinson, president of Seascape Lawn Care, appeared on The Matt Allen Show on WPRO radio this week to share tips on lawn care for the coming season.
While it’s true a lawn can really help boost your home’s curb appeal, it also has a lot of benefits for the community. From cooler temperatures to flood control, here are some ways your little patch of earth is helping the world we all live in.
Dr. Jim Wilkinson, president of Seascape Lawn Care, appeared on The Dan Yorke Show on WPRO radio last week to share tips on lawn care for the coming season.
Warmer temperatures bring out insects and ticks are no exception. With the mild winter we just had, ticks remained active all year. As a result, experts are anticipating a higher-than-normal tick population this spring and summer.