We offer everything you need to keep your lawn looking its best. If your grass is struggling, our experts can evaluate it for you to determine what you need. Here are our most popular lawn care services.
Fertilization and Weed Control
All lawns have specific fertilizer requirements, depending on the season and the type of lawn you have. We can help you determine which treatments will work best for you. We also offer treatments for weed control and insect control. Environmentally friendly organic products are also available at your request.
Over-seeding is one of the most important, yet overlooked tasks of lawn care. A common misconception is that fertilizer is all that is needed to keep your lawn thick and weed free. This is not the case. The reason for this is that grass is not immortal. After several years, its reproductive cycle slows, causing it to become thinner. Over-seeding your lawn compensates for this effect by replacing aging turf grass with fresh new grass, keeping it thick and green.
Thatch is that thick mat of clippings, cuttings, and stems that builds up between the green blades of grass on your lawn. When thatch builds up, it prevents air, light, and water from reaching the soil, choking the grass and making it appear brown and unhealthy. De-thatching is the removal of this layer of clippings.
When soil is heavily compacted, it reduces the pore space around grass roots, limiting the amount of oxygen, water, and nutrients they can absorb. Core aeration is the process of removing small cores of soil to allow oxygen and nutrients to penetrate into the root zone.
Over time, your soil may become depleted of calcium and magnesium, ruining its pH balance. A lime treatment will restore your soil's pH to the proper level, providing a healthy environment for your lawn.
Crabgrass is a common lawn weed that is notoriously difficult to eliminate. The best way to eliminate it is to apply a special lawn treatment early in the spring to prevent the seeds from germinating. We call this the “pre-emergent” treatment because it is applied before the crabgrass has had a chance to germinate. We also offer “post-emergent” treatments for later in the season. However, post-emergent treatments are less effective than the pre-emergent treatments, and are geared more toward stopping the spread of crabgrass.