The Best HOA Community Grounds Care
The only HOA-focused lawn care specialists in the Kansas City area.
Your HOA isn’t some cookie-cutter business park, and we won’t treat it that way. Lifestyle Outdoor offers customized, concierge-level service for lawn care.
We believe in thorough communication with property managers and homeowners each time we perform a service, as well as in our monthly report, because we value our relationships. Our staff is experienced, friendly, and happy to answer any questions from homeowners in the community. We also pride ourselves on being the most responsive lawn care maintenance providers in the area, so never worry about whether we’ll call you back—we will!
The Best HOA Community Grounds Care
We do things right the first time.
Our lawn care services are extensive and intended to keep your HOA or maintenance-provided community beautiful all year. From seeding and pruning to holiday lights and efficient irrigation systems, we are the Kansas City area’s only full-service landscaper focused on homeowner’s associations and providing white glove service with a green thumb.
Let us help you bring your community vision to life.
Lawn Care Service Areas
Providing lawn care throughout Johnson County and the Kansas City area.
Don’t take our word for it, hear from our satisfied customers.
The owner and employees of Lifestyle Outdoor are a pleasure to work with. I have known Justin, the owner, for many years. He is not only devoted to building a first class business, he is a very kind person.
Any issues are handled immediately, so there’s never frustration, or excessive time dealing with a problem. Our homeowners and guests always comment how beautiful our landscaping and lawns are maintained. The attention to detail is above and beyond. I highly recommend Lifestyle Outdoor!Anonymous
We recently worked with Lifestyle Outdoor to expand the landscape design in our backyard. Working with Justin Simpson and his team was a great experience. We were very pleased with Justin’s design recommendations. He listened to our ideas, and came up with a great plan that exceeded our expectations. He was very responsive and met all commitments when he said he would. The crew did an awesome job executing all the changes. We really appreciated how careful they were to ensure minimal impacts to our existing landscape, and how they cleaned up everything when they were done. We’ve gotten a number of compliments on our yard and have been happy to recommend Lifestyle Outdoor, and will continue to do so!Gary W.
Wonderful service, friendly workers – our lawns have never looked this good. The mowers take their time and don’t race through the yards.
Everyone seems to take pride in what they are doing. Justin, you and your crew are great.
Lawn Care FAQs
We get a lot of questions about lawn care; here are some answers.
Does organic weed control work?
Organic weed control products tend to be what we call “contact-type” herbicides, such as cinnamon oil, clove oil, or acetic acid. They are effective at controlling weeds when they are small and environmental conditions are good. High levels of sunlight and warmer temperatures will increase the effectiveness.
When is the best time to transplant?
Like most “transformative” lawn care or landscaping, early spring and early fall are going to be ideal times for transplanting. The cooler weather means plants use less water so it’s a safer move. If you’re transplanting perennials, you would want to make sure to wait a few weeks after they bloom before you transplant them.
Should I put mulch around my trees?
Placing mulch around your trees keeps weeds down and stops the tree from competing for water, so yes it’s a good idea to place mulch around trees. Young trees especially will benefit from this. Place a mound about 2-3 inches high around the base of the tree, but you will want it to be a thinner layer directly surrounding the trunk.
What's the best time to prune roses?
There’s an old adage that says “prune your roses when the forsythia blooms.” That just means roses that flower once in a season should be pruned right after flowering. Roses that flower multiple times throughout a season should be pruned in late March or early April, once the buds begin to swell and turn green.