Want to do proper lawn maintenance?
Contact us we can provide you a free estimate. Or if you are thinking to do a new planting creating new mulch beds, we are here to help you out. 
Our prices are very competitive.

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Fertilization program
We are certified fertilizer applicators.
If you have unhealthy grass and don't know what to do, we can help you out.

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Tree removal
Need to remove a fallen tree?
Give us a call we are here to do it for you.

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​​​​What services we provide?


We do Tree removal, Planting, Spring clean up, Mulching, Rejuvenation pruning, Tree pruning, Trimming of bushes, Special healthy clean up for arborvitae trees, Sod installation,

Complete lawn mowing service, Fall clean up, Core-aeration, Seeding, composting, Leaf removal, Stone work, Natural garden walls, Ground leveling, Erosion solutions and much more.

Our Residential Work Speaks for Itself

There’s nothing more important than your house’s landscape, so we tackle every project like it was our own. This commitment to landscape excellence has resulted in a list of very satisfied clients. 
​We’d love to add your name to it.

Welcome to S.V.V. Maintenance

Are you interested to start doing business with us?

Feel free to contact us at anytime, we are here to help you out. Our prices are very competitive.

Contact us today for a free quotation at  571 252 0338.  Contact form...   Learn about pruning...

Are you ready to do a clean up for new fresh mulch? We are here equipped just to proceed. Our prices are very competitive. Want to see our approximate prices? just click on learn more below.

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Stone work
Protecting A/C units location is very important for homeowners because that could help people to save money on new A/C units.
Some times, the main reason for A/C units to break, depends on the care people give them.

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Do you know how important is to do
Core-aeration and seeding for your lawn?
Have you thought on that?

Core-aeration is very important for the lawn and  it's recommendable to do it at least once a year in the fall.​​

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