COVID-19 – Suspension of lawn treatments

By | 04/05/2020
Covid-19 Alert

July 4 2020 – COVID-19 Alert: UPDATE

I am now back to treating all customers with their regular treatments. No restrictions on new customers either. Some treatments such as scarifying and aerating are still only being provided on a case-by-case basis due to the difficulty in disposing of green waste.

May 4 2020 – COVID-19 Alert: UPDATE

I am now providing a skeleton lawn care service to known, safe customers only.

If you are a new customer and would like a quotation for lawn care, please still get in touch and I will schedule a visit when the restrictions are lifted and I am able to safely quote without risk of infection spreading.

I hope your understand during this difficult time.

Kris Lord

March 24 2020 – COVID-19 Alert

Following Government advice and guidance concerning the Coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak, I have taken the decision to suspend all lawn treatments and customer visits whilst travel restrictions remain in place.

With all Government guidance urging the nation to come together to fight the spread of the virus I feel that this is the most responsible โ€“ and only โ€“ course of action that I could take at this difficult time.

I know that I could work in isolation, but there is still a risk of viral transmission via doorbells, gate handles, taps etc. and I would much rather ensure my customers safety than rush out to treat their lawns.

The grass will still be there when this pandemic eases. In the meantime I will be happy to provide advice and guidance on any lawn care issue that you may have via email or phone call. Please get in touch or ask a question.

I hope you understand my decision during these difficult times and I will get in touch with all customers due treatments and visits, hopefully to reschedule your lawn treatment very soon.

Stay Safe.

Kris Lord
The Lawn Man

2 thoughts on “COVID-19 – Suspension of lawn treatments

  1. Pauline Cooke

    Is it safe to use a strimmer with the coved d virus

    Reply
    1. Kris Lord Post author

      I don’t think you can catch a virus from strimming your own garden.
      It’s transmitted from person to person. Maintain social distancing, stay at home and wash your hands.

      Reply

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