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Andover – (316) 218-2603 – Home & Commercial

Andover Mowing & Lawn Care Service


We’re a local owned, detailed, affordable and honest faith based lawn care and landscaping service for Andover, KS. Let us prove ourselves to you. Let us come meet with you now to talk over your lawn care goals for 2019 and 2020.

  • Fast, Affordable & Reliable
  • Excellent Attention To Detail
  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
  • Call 24 Hours A Day

You can text or call us any time at (316) 218-2603, we usually pick up. No answering machines or automated systems. If it’s just a home, we may be able to give a quote over the phone if you text us some pictures. For commercial landscaping, we offer free in-person quotes for businesses in Andover and the surrounding cities.

Lawn Care Services For Andover

We do everything such as edging, mulching, weeding, sharp detailing mowing, trimming trees, masterful fertilizing, laying sod and preparing flower beds for gardening. In addition to the normal lawn care services, we also do…

  • Tree Trimming
  • Fencing
  • Sprinkler Systems
  • Handyman Services
  • Decks
  • Cleaning
  • Junk Removal
  • Custom Tailored Yards & Gardens

100% Satisfaction

Let us prove ourselves to you. Let us come meet with you now to talk over your lawn care goals for 2019. We won’t stop the work until you are satisfied.

Affordable Prices

Competitive, honest and fair rates with no hidden fees or surprise expenses after the job is done. Each lawn or landscape is different, contact us for a free in-person quote.

Honest & Fair Work

Lawn getting out of control? Tired of mowing already? Need flower beds cleaned out or planted? Let us take care of all your lawn needs. Free quotes and no hidden surprise costs.


Electric 90% Reduced Noise – QUIET Mowing Option

Call and ask about our electric, quiet and environmentally friendly mowing and yard service options we have for Andover, KS.

Difference Between Electric & Gas Powered Mowing

Normal gas powered mowers operate at about 90 decibels, which is enough to need ear protection close up. Electric mowers operate at about 75 decibels, which is the sound level of two people simply talking.

The difference in noise, and the fact that there are no greenhouse gasses being emitted, is astounding. It’s especially great for…

  • Apartment Complexes
  • Church Yards
  • Business Office Complexes
  • Schools & Universities
  • Hospitals

With the new technology, we can now offer Andover residents and businesses a cordless electric mowing option for all home and commercial lots. The difference this makes for not just the environment but for homeowners and residents, as well as working people and students, is well worth the slight extra cost it takes to maintain and charge the electric equipment.

Get An Electric Landscaping, Lawn Care & Mowing Quote

Want to know how much it costs to have a quieter, more economically friendly landscaping service in Andover? Call us at (316) 218-2603

About Andover, Kansas

Andover is a city in Butler County, Kansas, United States, and a suburb of Wichita.

When the Kansas territory was first mapped, the original Andover area was called Minneha. The Indian name was later changed to Cloud City.[citation needed]

The first settlement in Bruno Township was in February 1869, when Vincent Smith arrived on Dry Creek (2 miles east of Andover Road on 21st Street). He filed his claim on May 10, 1869. Other early settlers began to arrive in spring 1870, and soon all the land was claimed. The first Bruno Township election was held April 9, 1872. The first township officers were N.B. Daniels, Trustee; Jacob Brown, Treasurer; J.D. Reber, Clerk; Isaac Newland and Samuel Reed, Justices of the Peace; William Riser and Isaac Stroup, Constables. Bonds totaling 18,000 dollars were issued for the extension of the Frisco Railway through Bruno Township. The railway was completed in 1880.

G. M. Pattison homesteaded the land that became the original plot on which Andover was built. In August 1872, Pattison was given title to this property by president Ulysses S. Grant. In February 1876, the land was sold to Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Waggoner.