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Lawn Maintenance

Lawn Care Programs

Lawn Plus Program
Our Plus program is comprised of 5 visits and also targets the same three areas that produce and unattractive lawn; crabgrass, insects (grubs), and broadleaf weeds (spring and fall). The plus program also provides your lawn with the nutrients it needs as in the premium program, but without the lasting benefit of organic fertilizer.


  1. crabgrass control w/ fertilizer
  2. broadleaf weed control
  3. insect control (grub) w/ fertilizer
  4. fall fertilizer with broadleaf weed control
  5. winterizer fertilizer


Lawn Basic Program
Our Basic program is comprised of 4 visits. This program provides crabgrass control, and broadleaf weed control in the spring. The Basic program also provides your lawn with the nutrients it needs but again without the lasting benefit of the organic fertilizer.


  1. crabgrass control w/ fertilizer
  2. broadleaf weed control w/ fertilizer
  3. fall fertilizer
  4. winterizer fertilizer


Additional Lawn Services We Offer

Mowing

Our residential mowing crew have the experience and knowledge to keep your lawn looking top notch year round. In addition to mowing our crews also offer trimming, leaf removal, and light weeding.  Meet with one of our experts to develop a maintenance plan for your lawn.


Limestone (pelletized)
Limestone is a very important part of maintaining a healthy attractive lawn. While providing some nutrients to your turf, limestone’s main function is to correct the soil ph. In order for your lawn to take up and use nutrients the ph of the soil that provides these nutrients needs to be at a certain level. This will make them available to the lawn.


Slit Seeding/Over-Seeding 

Lawns can become thin and full of bare spots due to a variety of reasons including pet damage, drought, diseases, and foot traffic.  Over seeding these areas can bring your lawn back to its former lush and green status again.


Aeration
Aeration of your lawn is important and provides the following benefits if done correctly:

  1. Correcting areas of soil compaction in your lawn.
  2. Increases moisture infiltration, nutrient penetration, and the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide between the atmosphere and your lawn.

We usually recommend aeration of your lawn to be done in the fall. Spring is also an acceptable time to aerate your lawn. However spring is also the most active growing season for weeds. Aerating your lawn at this time will increase its vulnerability to new weeds. Aeration of your lawn doe snot need to be done every year. We recommend at least once every three years.


Dethatching
Thatch is the build up of dead or decaying organic matter in your lawn. Dethatching should occur when the thatch builds up to about an inch or more. Excessive thatch in your lawn can cause a number of problems.

  1. Excessive thatch buildup will restrict the movement of nutrients, water, and oxygen/carbon dioxide in your lawn.
  2. Roots from your grass will grow in excessive thatch and die as the thatch dries out.
  3. Excessive thatch will retain moisture longer which can create a favorable environment for fungus/disease.

A proper soil ph will also help in reducing thatch buildup.


Soil Tests
Soil tests are an excellent way to determine what amount of nutrients your lawn needs. This is another service we offer. The cost is $15.95 (plus tax). We will come out and take a soil sample of your lawn and provide you with the results and a program that works for you.


Contact Us

For more information or to start services at your property, contact us and we will be happy to assist you. 

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