Lawn Care Services
Breathe Life Back into Your Lawn with our Lawn Care Services.
Five-Step Lawn Care Program
Your Lawn Gets:
Our Five-Step Program
Our 5 Step lawn care program is designed to give your lawn the nutrition it needs at specific times of the year. Compare our 5-step program to our competitors 6 or 7 step program, we deliver the same results!
Early SpringYour lawn will receive a “wake up call” with a balanced fertilizer and a crabgrass control stops crabgrass BEFORE it germinates. Weed control is also applied if weather conditions permit.
Late SpringYour lawn will receive a balanced fertilizer and liquid weed control to keep the blooming weeds at bay. We also apply a second treatment of crabgrass to extend your crabgrass protection.
SummerYour lawn will receive a slow release balanced fertilizer and a surface feeding insect control. This treatment will help sustain your lawn during the hot summer months and provide a boost going into fall. Weed control will be applied if needed and weather conditions permit.
Early FallYour lawn will receive a balanced fertilizer and liquid weed control to take care of any summer weeds that germinated and target those hard to control weeds such as violets, that are most vulnerable as the weather cools down.
Late FallAs your lawn begins to prepare for dormancy, a slow-releasing fertilizer is applied that feeds your lawn throughout winter. These nutrients go to the roots, rather than the leaves of the plants. This strengthens them, making the plant more resilient against winter’s weather. Weed control will be applied if weather permits.
Our Beneficial Add-on Services
Preventative Grub Control
If your grass has brown spots, is soft or spongy, or seems to be coming loose from the soil, the culprit may be grub worms. Because grubs feed on the roots, an infestation can grow for a long time before it’s noticed. Grubs become active in late summer. That’s why we offer our preventative grub control treatment in late spring, stopping the possibility of infestation before it can begin.
Aeration & Overseeding
Soil compaction may be the reason why you’re seeing brown spots on your lawn. When a lawn becomes compacted, the flow of water and nutrients can become slowed or halted. This keeps the plants and grass from getting the nutrition they need. Our core aeration process pulls up plugs of soil and redistributes them on the lawn. We then overseed the areas of the lawn that need it most, promoting strong, healthy turf growth.
Over time, a variety of factors (such as soil compaction or excessive rain or salt) can raise or lower your soil’s pH balance. This can negatively affect your lawn, as certain types of grasses and plants need a specific pH level to remain healthy. We offer soil analysis to test the pH balance of your soil, and identify if any corrections need to be made.
Lawn Diseases are very common when conditions are wet, humid and as temperatures rise. Add some protection with a fungicide to help control and alleviate disease symptoms. Our 3 Step Fungicide Program will offer your lawn protection during the 3 most favorable disease months: May, June and September. For an identification guide on lawn disease, CLICK HERE.
Lime treatments can restore the pH balance in your soil, promoting healthier grass and plant growth.
Too much thatch (dead roots, decomposing grass, and yard debris) on your lawn keeps water and nutrients from reaching the root systems in your lawn, starving it. Our professional dethatching services will ensure that the thatch on your lawn is brought down to a healthy and beneficial level. We dispose of the thatch. Dethatching is only offered in the fall.