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.
Woodmansee Family: SeaScape Well Worth the Investment
They crunched the numbers and determined SeaScape just made sense.
SeaScape to Better Serve RI’s East Bay, SE Mass with Addition of East Providence Office
While not open to the public, the new office will serve as a staging area for SeaScape’s technicians, making it easier for the family-owned lawn care company to service customers in the East Bay and Southeastern Massachusetts.
Do these things to get your lawn ready for spring
The signs of spring are everywhere. The days are getting longer. The first flowers are starting to pop out of the ground. So, what should you be doing to help bring your lawn out of its winter slumber?
Christmas Décor Gives Gift of Light to Local Family in Time of Darkness
A family from Foster in need of a little holiday cheer this Christmas was given the gift of lights courtesy of Christmas Decor and Friends Way Bereavement Center.
SeaScape Customers Have Spoken; Lawn Care Company Named Finalist in Projo’s Readers’ Choice Awards
SeaScape was thrilled to learn recently it is a finalist in the Providence Journal’s Reader’s Choice Award.
Weeds, Grubs, and Seed Heads: Should You Be Worried?
By this time of year, your lawn should really be greening up, but weeds may be poping as well. But are they really weeds?